Hillary: “Friend” Ambassador Stevens Did Not Have Her Email Address

by Deanna Fisher on October 22, 2015

In the midst of her Benghazi testimony, Hillary Clinton herself has offered the most damning evidence of why having a private server and a non-State Department email address was not only ill-advised and violated the spirit, if not the letter, of the law, it also was a security issue. And not the security issue for her emails – it was a security issue for Ambassador Chris Stevens.
During questioning by Rep. Lynn Westmoreland (R-GA), Hillary admitted that her “friend,” Chris Stevens, had no way to personally contact her via email, because she didn’t have a State Department email address.

And that line of questioning was followed up on by Rep. Mike Pompeo (R-KS).

So, only special friends got Hillary’s personal email, and because Chris Stevens wasn’t special enough, he had no way to make a personal appeal to her to push his requests for more security.

Is it a stretch to say that Hillary’s insistence on secrecy and shielding of her email accounts may have cost Stevens his life? It most certainly created a disconnect between her and the “friend” that she said she sent into a dangerously fluid situation.

The American people will have to be the judge. Ambassador Stevens is unavailable for comment.

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Appalled By The World October 22, 2015 at 10:19 am

No email address? L.O.L.

This is truly theater of the absurd. Maybe if the Secretary of State of Malawi said this I’d believe it but for the Secretary of State of a supposed superpower to make this claim-um, no.

Anyone who votes for this cretin after hearing this needs to a)be stripped of the right to vote for life and b)shipped to the nearest nuthouse.


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