“I continue to believe that she [Hillary Clinton] has not jeopardized national security,” said President Obama this weekend on “Fox News Sunday.”
After admitting to Fox host Chris Wallace that Hillary had been “careless” in the way she managed her emails, the president went on to say, “This is somebody who served her country for four years as secretary of state and did an outstanding job and no one has suggested that in some ways as a consequence of how she’s handled e-mails that that detracted from her excellent ability to carry out her duties.”
These are the words of a man in complete denial. No one has suggested that her behavior affected her ability to perform? I think the 147 FBI agents assigned to the case would disagree.
To date, the State Department has found 22 emails on Hillary’s homebrew server classified as TOP SECRET – the highest level of government classification.
“There’s classified and then there’s classified,” Obama argued. “There’s stuff that is really top secret, top secret and then there is stuff that is being presented to the president or the secretary of state that you might not want on the transom or going out over the wire, but basically stuff that you could get in open source.”
As I wrote last Friday, the FBI investigation into Hillary’s mishandling of government secrets is reaching its final stages. They’ve even extradited the infamous hacker “Guccifer” from a Romanian prison to help prove how insecure Hillary’s server really was.
Obama might lose a few friends if he owns up to his former secretary of state’s mistakes, but he stands to lose the respect of the entire nation if he continues to deny what is inarguably true.