The State Department inspector general report concludes that Hillary Clinton broke the law, then refused to cooperate with the investigation. So why is she still running for president?
A State Department watchdog concluded that Hillary Clinton failed to comply with the agency’s policies on records while using a personal email server that was not — and, officials say, would never have been — approved by agency officials, according to a report released to lawmakers on Wednesday. The long-awaited findings from the State Department inspector general, which also revealed Clinton expressing reluctance about using an official email account, were shared with Capitol Hill Wednesday, a copy of which was obtained by POLITICO. The report detailed how some employees who questioned the wisdom of the homegrown setup were told to stop asking questions, and the audit confirmed apparent hacking attempts on the private server.
… Clinton and her top staff did not cooperate with the investigation, which was requested by current Secretary of State John Kerry. She, her former chief of staff Cheryl Mills and top deputies Jake Sullivan and Huma Abedin are among those who declined interviews. Kerry and his predecessors Powell, Madeleine Albright, and Condoleezza Rice, however, did answer questions.
Let’s be crystal clear, here. The report concludes that Hillary Clinton violated State Department policies. The policies were enacted in accordance with the Federal Records Act.
This means that Hillary didn’t break the “rules.” She broke the law.
Not only is she unfit for the presidency, Hillary should be prosecuted.