March 3, 2015
Ahead of the 2016 elections, presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton may have just sealed her fate of being ostracized from office. The truth always has a way of coming out, and hopefully this tidbit is the nail on the coffin of Clinton’s campaign that the country desperately needed to secure a Republican president and end this Democrat disaster.
Timing is everything, and that fact has been proven, since in just 24 hours after it was reported that the former Secretary of State is expected to make a bid in April to lead the nation in another round of failure as president, The New York Times dropped a bomb on Clinton’s plans to make a run for becoming the first female President of the United States. The paper exposed Hillary for having an unmonitored personal email address, which she used for all government-related interaction, the whole time she served as Secretary of State. This can’t — and shouldn’t — end well.
Every government official has a government-issued e-mail address, or at least is supposed to — especially those who hold such prestigious positions of importance as Hillary. However, she must have been the exception to the rule since not only did she just not use such an account, she allegedly never even had one in the first place. Clinton chose to use her personal account instead for all essential correspondence, much like one would use to talk about the weather, not actually forging peace deals while fighting crucial wars, according to Gizmodo.
Basically, this is really bad for the Benghazi-hiding, American president wannabe, since unmonitored accounts allow government officials to discuss seedy details of important issues off the record, which is especially frowned upon if you’re a diplomat. All those secrets may be safe with whoever they were discussed with, but the fact that Hillary deliberately hid them doesn’t bode well for her hopes of carrying on the legacy of dictatorship and destruction that Obama will abandon in 2016.
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