Hillary Clinton Could Go to Prison for Her Records’ Violations


It’s not likely that Hillary Clinton will suffer anything but temporary embarrassment for her felonious record keeping but she should face fines and/or imprisonment. We would, however, have to lock up roughly a third of the government officials.

We are being ruled by an elite class who think they are above the law and any effort to get to the truth in the Hillary Clinton case should be bipartisan.

But only if the press and the Democratic party decide to destroy her, guilty or not, will she be destroyed. It’s not about the truth, it’s all about ideology and politics in government today.

The AP filed a lawsuit last week for the records Hillary submitted to State. Megyn Kelly, anchor of The Kelly File, filed a FOIA request for Hillary’s OF109 form since the State Department made it clear they aren’t about to provide Hillary Clinton’s records upon request, certainly not that form.

If you’re unfamiliar with the details, it’s explained here.

The penalties were posted by Megyn Kelly on her Twitter page.

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After Hillary Clinton claimed her emails were “immediately” saved whenever she corresponded with colleagues, State Department spokeswoman, Jen Psaki, said Friday that the department did not start automatically archiving emails from senior officials until February of this year.

“The vast majority of my work emails went to government employees at their government addresses, which meant they were captured and preserved immediately on the system at the State Department,” she said Tuesday.

By Friday, Psaki was saying that’s not how the system works.

In the least, Clinton was extremely careless. At worst, she is covering her tracks for some questionable behavior. In any case, she committed a felony.

Sadly, 33% of the upper crust government officials do the same thing or something similar. In fact the Heritage Foundation has an email from Lisa Jackson, who used her dog’s name for one account, told a Sierra Club official from now on, contact me on my private email.

There are no rules when you get down to it. They can skirt the rules on any issue and can “get” anyone they want.