Oct 18, 2015

The Difference Between Hillary Clinton and the Rest of Us


By on Sunday, October 18, 2015

Western Journalism reports Hillary Clinton could face 10 years in prison:
An FBI probe into Hillary Clinton’s email server reveals possible “negligence” for failing to notify President Obama about it.

Steve Kroft: Did you know about Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server?
Obama: No.
Kroft: While she was Secretary of State?
Obama: No.
A 20-year veteran FBI agent told the Daily Mail it’s that negligence that could send her to prison for violating the federal Espionage Act. It calls for a 10-year sentence for anyone convicted of “gross negligence” that permits information relating to national defense to be “removed from its proper place.”
Thomas Drake: This is a Secretary of State, one of the most targeted individuals by other intelligence agencies and entities in the world, using a private server to traffic in highly sensitive information. And no doubt including classified information and no doubt information including sources and methods. But hey, I’m Secretary of State.
National security whistleblowers are claiming there is a double standard for the politically powerful and the average citizen.
Former C.I.A. officer Jeffrey Sterling was sentenced in May to three and a half years in prison for violating the Espionage Act because he provided classified information to a New York Times reporter. Sterling was also convicted on obstruction of justice charges because a single email was missing from his account.

Sterling and Drake came forward to expose governmental misconduct and were prosecuted under the Espionage Act. Why then does Hillary Clinton get to mock the investigation, delete thousands of emails and run for president?
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