This is how the FBI destroys Hillary: The 10 questions that could end her White House dreams

BY SALON

These questions, if answered honestly, would most likely hand the Democratic nomination to Bernie Sanders

The FBI’s upcoming interview of Hillary Clinton will be a turning point in the race for Democratic nominee, especially since Clinton won’t be able to speak to James Comey and his FBI agents in the same manner her campaign has communicated with the public. Unlike loyal Hillary supporters who view the marathon Benghazi hearings to be a badge of courage and countless prior scandals to be examples of exoneration, the FBI didn’t spend one year (investigating this email controversy) to give Clinton or her top aides parking tickets. They mean business, and lying to an FBI agent is a felony, so Hillary Clinton and her aides will be forced to tell the truth. The doublespeak involving convenience and retroactive classification won’t matter to seasoned FBI agents whose reputations are on the line; the entire country feels there’s a double-standard regarding this email controversy.

1. What was the political utility in owning a private server and never using a State.gov email address?

2. Were all 31,830 deleted private emails about yoga?

3. Why didn’t you know that intelligence could be retroactively classified?

4. Why did you use a Blackberry that wasn’t approved by the NSA?

5. What did you say to Bryan Pagliano?

6. Why were 22 Top Secret emails on a private server?

(This is a simple question with no logical answer circumventing political repercussions. If Clinton and her staff are able to evade this issue, future government officials will also be able to have Top Secret intelligence on unguarded private servers).

7. Was any information about the Clinton Foundation mingled with State Department documents? (The answer to this question could lead to hundreds of other questions)

8. Did President Obama or his staff express any reservations about your private server?

(President Obama’s White House communicated with Clinton via her private server. If anyone in the White House said anything about Clinton’s server, this could lead to new controversy).

9. Did Bill Clinton send or receive any emails on your private network?

10. How was your private server guarded against hacking attempts?

(Foreign nations and hackers already tried to compromise Clinton’s server).

These questions could easily give Bernie Sanders the nomination. I explain that Clinton faces possible DOJ indictment in the following appearance on CNN International. Although Bernie can win without Clinton’s indictment, the email controversy will most likely become a giant story very soon. With issues revolving around trustworthiness before the FBI interviews, Clinton won’t be able to prevent Bernie Sanders from winning the Democratic nomination in 2016.

*Original article published by Huffington Post.

These questions, if answered honestly, would most likely hand the Democratic nomination to Bernie Sanders

The FBI’s upcoming interview of Hillary Clinton will be a turning point in the race for Democratic nominee, especially since Clinton won’t be able to speak to James Comey and his FBI agents in the same manner her campaign has communicated with the public. Unlike loyal Hillary supporters who view the marathon Benghazi hearings to be a badge of courage and countless prior scandals to be examples of exoneration, the FBI didn’t spend one year (investigating this email controversy) to give Clinton or her top aides parking tickets. They mean business, and lying to an FBI agent is a felony, so Hillary Clinton and her aides will be forced to tell the truth. The doublespeak involving convenience and retroactive classification won’t matter to seasoned FBI agents whose reputations are on the line; the entire country feels there’s a double-standard regarding this email controversy.

1. What was the political utility in owning a private server and never using a State.gov email address?

2. Were all 31,830 deleted private emails about yoga?

3. Why didn’t you know that intelligence could be retroactively classified?

4. Why did you use a Blackberry that wasn’t approved by the NSA?

5. What did you say to Bryan Pagliano?

6. Why were 22 Top Secret emails on a private server?

(This is a simple question with no logical answer circumventing political repercussions. If Clinton and her staff are able to evade this issue, future government officials will also be able to have Top Secret intelligence on unguarded private servers).

7. Was any information about the Clinton Foundation mingled with State Department documents? (The answer to this question could lead to hundreds of other questions)

8. Did President Obama or his staff express any reservations about your private server?

(President Obama’s White House communicated with Clinton via her private server. If anyone in the White House said anything about Clinton’s server, this could lead to new controversy).

9. Did Bill Clinton send or receive any emails on your private network?

10. How was your private server guarded against hacking attempts?

(Foreign nations and hackers already tried to compromise Clinton’s server).

These questions could easily give Bernie Sanders the nomination. I explain that Clinton faces possible DOJ indictment in the following appearance on CNN International. Although Bernie can win without Clinton’s indictment, the email controversy will most likely become a giant story very soon. With issues revolving around trustworthiness before the FBI interviews, Clinton won’t be able to prevent Bernie Sanders from winning the Democratic nomination in 2016.

*Original article published by Huffington Post.

Posted by Ainhoa Aristizabal — Unruly Hearts editor

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