Donald Trump doesn’t want the American public to forget Clinton’s detrimental actions when using her unsecure email server as the former secretary of state.
As Clinton perpetuates a narrative painting Trump as “abusive” to women, Trump has declared that in actuality it is the Democratic candidate who deserves to be put in jail for her irresponsible actions.
On Wednesday, Trump told supporters at a rally in Florida that “she has to go to jail” and that the fact she was let off the hook by the Justice Department just shows how rigged the system really is.
After closing the case, the FBI Director James Comey said they wouldn’t be prosecuting Clinton, but stated that she was “extremely careless” with her email activity.
Trump pointed out how suspicious it was that both Democrats and Republicans in Congress went along with it. “Did they make a deal where everybody protects each other in Washington?” said Trump.
He went on to say that it was “one of the great miscarriages of justice” in U.S. history. He also pointed out how it shows Clinton’s deceitful character. Trump said Clinton “would be the most dishonest and the most corrupt person ever elected to high office and I don’t think it would be close.”
The republican candidate has plans to rectify this injustice. “This corruption and collusion is just one more reason why I will ask my attorney general to appoint a special prosecutor,” said Trump. “She deleted the emails. She has to go to jail.”
Ever since the release of the video featuring Trump saying some crude comments about women, Trump has been forced to up his rhetoric.
Formerly, Trump took the high road when his supporters chanted “lock her up” at the Republican National Convention and just said “Let’s just beat her in November.”
But since Clinton has proven she isn’t afraid to play dirty with the recent ads diminishing his character and painting him as a “misogynist,” he is getting more aggressive in his speeches.
On Sunday, he demonstrated this at the debate when he responded with “Because you’d be in jail” when she said “awfully good that someone with the temperament of Donald Trump is not in charge of the law in our country.”
After losing support from Republicans who condemned him after the video leak, Trump pointed out that the rigged system was again at play. He said there is “whole sinister deal going on” following the loss of support from Republican leaders, including Paul Ryan.
Why is Congress so distracted by this? And aren’t looking into Clinton’s email server more closely? Shouldn’t they be concern more about the public’s safety, than off the cuff comments made 11 years ago?
The information that was hacked from Clinton’s email server, gave top secret information to our enemies. Russia and China definitely had access. Her emails contained enough insight to make the attack in Benghazi successful. Top secret data on North Korean nukes were also contained in the emails. And the list of highly sensitive material just goes on.
How can we trust Clinton to not make a similar mistake as president? Our president should be anything but careless with classified information.