Hillary Clinton is not a woman of integrity. You could only believe that she has integrity and is the “lesser of two evils” if you think that there is no difference between Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker , the protagonists of the Star Wars movies, or if you believe there is no difference between Jesus and Satan.
Webster’s New World Dictionary defines “integrity” as “the quality or state of being of sound moral principle; uprighness, honesty, and sincerity.” Hillary Clinton’s words and actions regarding her personal email accounts used while Secretary of State are byzantine enough to make your eyes glaze over, but please bear with me, as these words and actions indicate a lot about what kind of person she is.
In 2013 it became known that Clinton was using her private email server at her home, rather than a secure one at the department of state. Prior to that, Freedom of Information requests for Clinton’s emails, which are public information that is supposed to be recorded, by law, where ignored for four years by the State Department. No wonder, since the emails archives were not kept at the State Department, as required by law. Clinton was certainly well aware of the fact that all business emails that she sent had to be archived. She simply ignored this requirement, which is typical of her arrogant attitude, feeling that she is above the law.
Later, when it became imperative, she turned over paper copies of emails. Yet, she deleted the entire contents of her email server, after being directed to turn over all of her emails. Only half of the emails were saved on a thumb drive. It is still unknown if any of these deleted emails could be recovered from the server. She claims the 30,000 deleted emails were all personal, Consiering her extreme lack of candor and evasiveness about here email server, this claim is highly suspect, to say the least.
Clinton has made conflicting claims regarding her knowledge of classified information sent through her email account. First she said there was no classified information on her server. Then she said she did not know it was classified. Now it turns out that officials had asked for some emails to receive a lower classification rating. Of course, this conflicts with the argument that there was no classified information to begin with. Oh, and did I mention that it is rather hard to know if the 30,000 deleted emails contained classified information or not. Dozens of emails regarding official State Department business not released by Clinton have turned up recently.
So why is all this important. It says a lot about who Hillary Clinton is. She wants us to believe that she is fit to be President of the United States. Yet she carelessly handled sensitive classified information, flaunted laws to archive the communications of public officials, and lied about here wrongdoings repeatedly. Furthermore, it is plausible that her husband, Bill Clinton, discussed the matter with the Attorney General of the United States, Loretta Lynch, during a private meeting on the tarmac of Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix. Incredibly, although FBI director Comey said she violated the law, no charges were filed. Former US Attorney Joseph “DiGenova says “people both currently in the FBI and with the FBI consider Comey to be a dirty cop. Wherever you turn, wherever you go, you find that Comey blocked the legitimate investigation.”
So here is the message for us. If you are Hillary Clinton, you can ignore the law, flaunt the law and break the law and get away with it. You can lie about it and hope that people will be foolish enough to believe you.
This behavior is reminiscent of her involvement with the Whitewater Scandal 20 years ago in Arkansas.
Remember that this is by no means the first controversy involving a lack of integrity and lying by Hillary Clinton. This type of lying and obfuscation is reminiscent of Hillary Clinton’s involvemnet in the Whitewater Scandal, the Travelgate Scandal at the White House, plus the Filegate Scandal at the White House. All of these scandals involved Hillary Clinton during her husband’s two terms at the White House.
New York Times columnist William Safire, who had endorsed Bill Clinton in the previous election, wrote that many Americans were coming to the “sad realization that our First Lady—a woman of undoubted talents who was a role model for many in her generation—is a congenital liar.”