Mentions of crooked Hillary Clinton never seem to leave the news cycle, no matter how badly Americans want her gone.
In this case, a Clinton campaign manager is claiming she was overruled by Hillary herself because the twice-failed presidential candidate wanted to keep an alleged sexual harraser on staff.
From Daily Wire:
She might have been expecting a sudden uptick in popularity after her cameo appearance on the Grammy Awards Sunday night, but what Hillary Clinton got on Monday was…thrown under the bus.
Clinton’s 2008 campaign manager, Patti Solis Doyle, told CNN Monday morning that Hillary Clinton made the decision to keep an alleged sexual harasser, campaign “faith adviser” Burns Strider, on staff, overruling Doyle, who had decided to terminate him to protect her colleague.
Doyle tells the anchor that she “interviewed all the parties involved. I looked at the evidence. I looked at some emails he had sent. I looked at other documents and came to the conclusion that there was sexual harassment involved; that the young woman was very credible.”
Doyle then said that her “recommendation to the Senator was to fire him.” But that she was “overruled” by Hillary herself.
More on Clinton, per The Daily Wire:
A bombshell report released on Thursday reveals that former FBI Director James Comey’s memo on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said there was “evidence to support a conclusion” that she committed a felony before subordinates removed multiple references of incriminating terms and deleted mentions of evidence that supported felony and misdemeanor criminal acts.
The website of Senate Homeland and Government Affairs Committee Chairman Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) released the full draft of Comey’s memo on Clinton, including the edits to the draft. The Hill reports:
The Hill has more:
The full draft, with edits, leaves little doubt that Comey originally wrote on May 2, 2016 that there was evidence that Clinton and top aides may have violated both felony and misdemeanor statutes, though he did not believe he could prove intent before a jury.
There is evidence to support a conclusion that Secretary Clinton, and others, used the private email server in a manner that was grossly negligent with respect to the handling of classified information. For example, seven email chains concern matters that were classified at the TS/SAP level when they were sent and received. These chains involved Secretary Clinton both sending emails about those matters and receiving emails from others about the same matters. There is evidence to support a conclusion that any reasonable person in Secretary Clinton’s position, or in the position of those government employees with whom she was corresponding about these matters, should have known that an unclassified system was no place for such an email conversation.
Similarly, In addition to this highly sensitive information, we also found the sheer volume of information that was properly classified as Secret by the U.S. Intelligence Community at the time it was discussed on email (that is, excluding the “up classified” emails). This is especially concerning because all of these emails were housed on servers not supported by full-time security staff, like those found at Departments and Agencies of the U.S. Government. supports an inference that the participants were grossly negligent in their handling of that information.
Although there is evidence of potential violations of the statute proscribing gross negligence in the handling of classified information and of the statute proscribing misdemeanor mishandling, my judgment is that no reasonable prosecutor would bring such a case. At the outset, we are not aware of a case where anyone has been charged solely based on the “gross negligence” prohibition in the statute.
Hillary is undoubtedly the most corrupt politician of the past few decades, which is something considering Barack Obama wasn’t on the level himself.
LOCK. HER. UP!