We all know by now that the government is reading all of our emails. In fact, the only emails they must NOT be reading belong to Hillary Clinton. It turns out that she used a private e-mail account to conduct business when she was Secretary of State, and wouldn’t you know it they just happen to have disappeared! The guys had the story and their reaction on radio this morning.
Here's what TheBlaze's Oliver Darcy reported Monday night:
Hillary Clinton used only a personal email account to conduct official government business during her time as secretary of state, a move that possibly resulted in the violation of federal rules.
According to a New York Times report, Clinton never had a government email address during her four years at the State Department and her aides took no steps to archive her emails on the agency’s servers as required by the Federal Records Act.
"Hillary Clinton was using a separate email account that was not monitored. And her staff did nothing to keep those emails she was required to by law," Stu said. "She's required to keep them for various reasons, including investigations, including just historians to look at of them."
"She intentionally didn't do it because she didn't want people to see what she was doing," Stu continued. "But it's okay -- look, how politicians and people like Hillary Clinton react when their email is monitored. They do everything they can to avoid it from being seen yet you're just supposed to accept it. You're supposed to accept the fact that the government looks the all your phone calls, your email records. That's something you have to do to be an upstanding member of society. But them, whenever they can get around it, this has happened with Lois Lerner. It has happened with EPA representatives. It's now happened with Hillary Clinton, the person who wants to become president of the United States can't even follow the laws on what email account. She's dealing with state department protocols here. Dealing with highly sensitive emails. What email program was she using. Was it secure like a government email program is supposedly secure, or was she using freaking Yahoo? I mean, it's unbelievable that this stuff continues to happen. They just don't care if they're held to any standards."
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