Don't think that your outrage over Hillary Clinton's mishandling of classified information doesn't matter a hill of beans. With all the new, outrageous findings coming out from the FBI's investigation today, even CNN is admitting that it's hurting Hillary in the polls. She's already been hit by four massive blows from the FBI today.
First, there was the FBI's determination that they couldn't find any evidence Hillary's personal, unsecured e-mail server had been hacked, but they couldn't know for sure because they didn't have access to all the smartphones she's used. They also reiterated that other people on unsecured e-mail servers that Hillary had regularly communicated with had gotten hacked.
Second, we learned that Hillary frequently lost her Blackberry smartphones and never found them again, making it very easy for classified information to get into the wrong hands.
Now we're learning from CNN that Hillary was asked by the FBI if she had even received any training whatsoever on how to handle America's secrets during her time as secretary of state.
According to the FBI, Hillary said she "could not recall any briefing or training by State related to the retention of federal records or handling classified information."
"Could not recall" and "can't recall" are two lines that have often been attached to Hillary throughout her political career. Her lack of recollection in this case makes her look either extremely forgetful, a liar, or completely uninterested in learning about how to keep American's secrets secure during her time as secretary of state.
When it came to the classified e-mails flowing through her server, the FBI said, "Clinton did not recall receiving any emails she thought she should not be on an unclassified system. She relied on State official to use their judgment when emailing her and could not recall anyone raising concerns with her regarding the sensitivity of the information she received at her email address."
In addition, the FBI finally got Hillary to admit that she didn't ask permission to use her private e-mail server for work, even though she previously said it was allowed, according to ABC News.