Federal IG: Hillary Clinton’s Secret Server Scheme Violated Federal Law

Will enough “independents” and open-minded Democrats be reached with the facts regarding Mrs. Bill Clinton’s record? I’m starting to think the answer is yes (for a change!). Here are just two recent posts from The Federalist on the email scandal:

Federal IG: Hillary Clinton’s Secret Server Scheme Violated Federal Law

An investigation by the State Department’s top watchdog confirms that Clinton’s secret e-mail server violated federal law.

The State Department’s Inspector General released a scathing report Wednesday stating that Hillary Clinton’s deliberate and calculated use of a secret e-mail server violated State Dept. policies and federal open records laws.

The investigative report from the State department’s top watchdog states that Clinton was required to retain copies of all official correspondence and provide them to the State Department prior to stepping down as Secretary of State in 2013. Clinton failed to do so.

Read more: The Federalist

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Read The Full State Dept. IG Report On Hillary Clinton’s E-Mail Server

A new inspector general report details how Hillary Clinton broke the law by using a private email server for official correspondence during her tenure as secretary of State.

The agency’s top watchdog revealed that Clinton should have been archiving all of her correspondence, or at a minimum have turned it over before she stepped down as secretary in 2013. Her failure to do so violated not just State Department policy but also federal open records laws.

The report also revealed that Clinton was warned against using a private server in 2010, but that she shrugged it off. She responded that she preferred to keep her emails a secret instead of complying with the law.

You can read the whole thing below. …

Read more: The Federalist

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