Jon Stewart on “Her majesty’s” secret server


March 14, 2015

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Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper, and Patriot.

Another vast “Right-wing conspiracy” indeed. 

Stewart outdoes himself this time taking Hillary to the woodshed and banging on her for several minutes.

He even calls her “Former president,”   sticking it to her further.

“Servergate,”won’t be the only thing to bring her down……………………


After weeks of arguments over Hillary Clinton’s use of private email to conduct State Department business, Clinton came out of the shadows and spoke to reporters on Tuesday.

She admitted it would have been better to use a government email address along with the private one she used during her tenure as Secretary of State. Clinton said she used a private address for her official work out of convenience.

The Examiner
By Lawrence Lease

She emphasized during her address that she went above and beyond what she was required to do regarding the private email system, which was allowed during her time as Secretary of State as long as she kept records. She claimed that she did not discuss classified information on her personal email.

Clinton’s discussion comes just hours after she spoke at the United Nations discussing gender equality. Clinton is accused of using a private email server that was installed at her New York residence and her own internet domain to conduct official business. Prior to this news conference, her only comments about the controversy came via Twitter on March 4.

According to Clinton, the email server was set up for use byPresident Bill Clinton. Hillary assured the media that numerous safeguards were in place and that there were never any security breaches.

State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki announced that they will releases 55,000 pages of Clinton’s emails as soon as a review is complete. “We will … release in one batch at the end of that review to ensure that standards are consistently applied,” Psaki said.

Clinton defended her process on deciding which emails to turn over to the State Department saying that her staff “err[ed] on the side of providing anything that could be possibly viewed as work-related.”

Hundreds of emails that have been released to the House Select committee on Benghazi, will also be released and reviewed before the entire set is available.

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