The thing I find puzzling about Hillary's email saga is that no so-called "security" folks were doing their jobs. The private server should have been a red flag. After all, Hillary, was not the secretary of the Harper Valley PTA ('60s Jeannie C. Riley tune). It's surprising other nations didn't express some email security concerns. Her attempt to deflect media questions about why it was necessary to wipe the server sounded so disingenuous: "Wipe it with a cloth?"
As Andrew Napolitano suggested in a recent WND column, her use of word-splitting is reminiscent of Bill's defense leading up to his impeachment. Napolitano suggested government emails would not be marked "Classified." "They'd be marked Top Secret, Secret, or Confidential." Perhaps Unclassified or Declassified is a possibility too.
Logically, any private email server associated with U.S. State Department communications should be monitored. Any indication of hanky-panky would lead to the next logical step – shut it down or launch a sting operation. Obviously, there's a back-story, and it's not pretty!
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