Guy Benson | Mar 10, 2016
She set up the server to facilitate the “convenience” of using just one personal device. False. The private, unsecure server “was allowed by the State Department.” False. Her emails sent to .gov accounts were all saved in the State Department system. False. She’s been forthcoming and helpful in this routine review. False. Any email that “could be connected in any way” to her official duties was turned over. False. Her national security-compromising server was set up for Bill Clinton. False. She didn’t email any classified material to anyone. False. “There is no classified material” on the server. Wildly, laughably false — and yet she’s doubling down, nervously laughing off questions about what she’d do if she’s indicted. Hillary Clinton continues to get clobbered in Democratic primaries among voters who prioritize honesty and trustworthiness, and her major upset loss to Bernie Sanders in Michigan was no exception.