Hillary Clinton is used to the liberal media worshipping the ground she walks on. That’s why it came as a devastating surprise for her when a liberal CNN anchor exposed her as a liar this week, chastising her for the self-evidently false statements she’s made about personal email server scandal.
CNN host Jake Tapper teamed up with FactCheck.org this week to reveal that that Clinton had lied profusely about whether her private email server was allowed.
“As I’ve said many times it was absolutely permitted and I did it and it turned out to be a mistake. It wasn’t the best choice,” Clinton had said during an interview, according to Conservative Tribune.
Tapper then made it clear this was not the case at all.
“Was Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server for official business while she was secretary of state ‘absolutely permitted?’” Tapper rhetorically asked. “No — that’s not true.”
“She says that because she permitted herself and there was no one absolutely prohibiting her,” he explained.
Tapper has asked Clinton about this last October.
“It was allowed under the rules of the State Department, and, again …” Clinton said.
“So nobody signed off on it?” Tapper asked.
“No, no,” she responded. “It was allowed.”
Though Clinton was allowed to send emails outside of the State Department system, these emails were supposed to be preserved and turned over to the State Department at the time of her departure.
“Clinton did not provide the State Department with the emails from her private server until 21 months after she left office,” Tapper noted. “A federal judge in a lawsuit involving Clinton’s emails said that she failed to follow ‘government policy.’”
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