Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has committed many sick and illegal acts during her long career as a professional con artist posing as a politician. One on her most despicable deeds, however, was blaming the esteemed Colin Powell for her email crimes. She actually had the gall to say that it was Colin Powell who told her to use a personal email server. Can you believe that?
Powell wasn’t going to suffer such a crazy smear to his spotless reputation, and rebuked her. But it was still his word against hers. Well, you’ll be thrilled to learn that an FBI inquiry revealed evidence that Powell was right and Hillary was dead wrong. In its 47 page report on the matter, the FBI has it that Clinton contacted Powell on January 23, 2009, asking him about how he used his BlackBerry. In response to this, contrary to what Hillary claimed, the FBI report says Powell “warned Clinton that if it became ‘public’ that Clinton had a BlackBerry, and she used it to ‘do business,’ her emails could become ‘official record[s] and subject to the law.’”
What did Powell say, specifically, to Hillary? He said, “Be very careful. I got around it all by not saying much and not using systems that captured the data.” So, Powell didn’t tell Hillary to use a personal email server, after all. In fact he advised her to do THE OPPOSITE. A personal email server is most certainly a “system that captures data.” So either Hillary flagrantly did not follow Powell’s advice, or she was so stupid that she completely misunderstood his very simple instructions and dod the opposite of what he told her to do. What do you think? See the FBI document below: