Monday, March 16, 2015

RAND PAUL SAYS HILLARY CLINTON ‘CLEARLY BROKE THE LAW’

RAND PAUL SAYS HILLARY CLINTON ‘CLEARLY BROKE THE LAW’ WITH PRIVATE EMAIL SYSTEM


AUSTIN, Texas - March 16,2015 — Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), in an exclusive interview with Breitbart News here at the South By Southwest music and art festival, says former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton “clearly broke the law” by using a private email system. That makes him the first major Republican and potential challenger of hers to say so.

“I think she clearly broke the law,” Paul, a likely 2016 GOP presidential candidate, said.

In fact, she fired one of her ambassadors for not using government email. I think people don’t like hypocrisy. She also has said she did it for convenience because she didn’t want to have two phones—but of course within days she had admitted that she does have two phones. I think convenience, which is her excuse at this point—to carry just one phone—I think that convenience should never trump national security. I think when she says, “oh I never transmitted classified information” the problem is is that her schedule is classified.

She’s going to tell us she never got her schedule emailed to her? The reason it’s classified is to protect her whereabouts. We wouldn’t want enemies to know where our Secretary of State is at all times. But she also doesn’t just put herself at risk by sending these messages on an unsecured server, she also puts at risk the people who defend her and the people who are responsible for her safety if that schedule were to get out to people who want to harm the Secretary of State.

Paul added that it’s unfathomable that no communications Clinton had on the private email address and server were classified—because, among other reasons, she was communicating via email with President Barack Obama himself.

Read the whole story at:
http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/03/15/exclusive-rand-paul-says-hillary-clinton-clearly-broke-the-law-with-private-email-system/


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