Sexism didn’t defeat Hillary Clinton — Wild untruths about emails are why she’s not Madam President
MARCH 27, 2018
Given Clinton’s recent comments that Trump voters were backwards and women voters were manipulated by men, it is no surprise to see a Clinton adviser attacking American voters rather than suggesting that voters fairly evaluated Clinton based upon her conduct.
Clinton’s problem was that many Americans didn’t trust her because she was caught telling untruths – repeatedly – about her email system. She first told us it was simply a matter of convenience to use her unsecure, non-government email system. That wasn’t true.
Clinton next told us there was no classified information on the email system. That wasn’t true.
Then the Democratic presidential candidate told us she turned over all the government emails that she had. That absolutely was not true.
And the kicker was Clinton’s attempted deletion of over half the emails she supposedly took with her when she left the State Department – 33,000 in total.
On top of that, there is the pay-to-play scandal that Judicial Watch uncovered in August of 2016 that raised further legal issues about Clinton’s conduct as secretary of state.