Here's the Horse Sense: Most American voters don't know much about Hillary Clinton's past. They don't even know what she did in recent years as Secretary of State or NY Senator. Looking at her record makes it abundantly clear she's not only unqualified to be president, she's unfit for the office.
If you've heard a lot of reasons why Hillary shouldn't be president, you may be like many of us who are beginning to forget her record. But we need to be careful not to forget because that record should tell us what we need to know about why she is or isn't fit for the office. Fortunately there are some people who are trying to help us to remember. John Perazzao at FrontPageMag.com has just released an article that, while long, is a must-read for all voters prior to election day. I'm going to give you an overview here, but it's worth the time to read his entire article. (Click here to read his article in it entirety.)
Perazzo writes: "Never in American history has anyone as unfit and undeserving as Hillary Clinton run for U.S. President. While she stands on the threshold of being elected to the White House, she quite literally belongs in a prison cell. This article lays out the case against her, chapter and verse." And then he goes on with a list that would be a great outline for a book about how someone so evil has risen to the level of power she has and is now on the precipice of becoming our next president.
Perazzo starts by reminding us of Hillary's illegal use of a private email server while she was Secretary of State. He writes: "Throughout her entire four-year tenure as secretary of state, Mrs. Clinton never acquired or used a government email account. Instead, she transmitted — in violation of government regulations — all of her official correspondences via a private email address that traced back to a secret, private, unsecured server that was housed at her New York residence. And immediately after those emails were subpoenaed by Congress, Clinton instructed a team of her advisers to unilaterally delete, with no oversight, almost 32,000 of the roughly 60,000 emails in question." The he points out that she lied and said that she did it because using one mobile device was more convenient, but in reality we learn that she had at least 13 mobile devices. And she made sure that not only were more than half the emails deleted, but all of her mobile devices were also unavailable for the FBI to examine during their investigation.
Then the article reminds us that at least 2079 emails contained classified information, which is a felony under Section 793 of the Espionage Act, each being punishable by a sentence of up to 10 years in prison.
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