The FBI is revealing a plethora of devastating information after releasing (somewhat redacted) notes from their criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton's e-mail scandal. This comes on top of a new WikiLeaks release that shows that Hillary's campaign manager John Podesta even warned Hillary about discussing classified information on her personal e-mail account, according to LifeZette.
Now here's our Part 4 highlights, which is from the second part of the FBI report (note how many times Hillary and her staff can't recall things):
— Hillary acknowledged that she was briefed on security protocols when she became Secretary of State, but said she couldn't recall any instructions on how to handle classified information. Teaching the handling of classified information is one of the primary purposes for those types of briefings.
— Hillary's aides repeatedly helped her obtain new BlackBerry phones to do her State work on but they couldn't recall how they went about deleting information off of the old phones.
— Hillary said she couldn't recall anyone questioning the use of her personal e-mail account to handle State business even though multiple warnings were sent out to her and her aides to not use personal e-mail accounts due to security reasons.
— Hillary e-mailed several hundred State employees with her unauthorized, unsecured personal e-mail account.
— A warning was sent out about using personal e-mail accounts after several State employees had their Gmails compromised. Hillary said she had no recollection of that or the warning e-mail that was sent out with the header "RE: Google email hacking and the woeful state of civilian technology."
— When questioned about a number of specific e-mails Hillary sent on her personal e-mail account, each time Hillary simply said she could not recall the e-mail in question.
— When Hillary ended her tenure as Secretary of State, she did not believe that there was any classified information in her e-mail account. The FBI found over 2,000 e-mails with classified information.
What do you think about this?