Fox Reporter Won’t Let Hillary Get Away with Her Idiotic Excuses — WATCH!


There is actually no way Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton can get out of this email situation and I am using common sense with that declaration. Just know, the media will soon start to overlook this Hillary scandal, and it will become a major joke on TV and future worlds and galaxies will remember this as a time Earth became the laughing stock of justice throughout all time.

I am kidding about the latter parts but not about the media.

One solid reporter Fox News’ Ed Henry won’t let this go and I applaud him for that. Henry had a nearly 5-minute contentious verbal battle with Clinton over her use of a private server, her personal email, and differentiating personal business from State Department work.

This question was based on reports that the FBI believes there was an attempt to wipe the her server clean. Hillary was awful in her attempts to answer. Evasive, defensive, and even trying a pathetic joke – “like with a cloth?” she joked about whether she had tried to wipe it clean.

I don’t see how she will survive this scandal. She should be indicted, but I’ll believe it when I see it.

HILLARY CLINTON: Look, I take responsibility. Look, I just told Jeff, in retrospect, this didn’t turn out to be convenient at all and I regret that this has become such a cause celebre. But this does not change the facts and no matter what anybody tries to say, the facts are stubborn. What I did was legally permitted, number one, first and foremost, okay? Number two, I turned over — out of an abundance of an attempt to be helpful — over anything that I even thought was even vaguely related. In fact, they’ve already concluded more than 1,200 of the e-mails I gave them have nothing to do with the work, and I said make them public. And that’s the process that one goes through to make them public. So, I know there’s a certain level of, you know, sort of anxiety or interest in this, but the facts are the facts.


Ed, you’re not listening to me — Ed, if it were — well, if it were a government account, they would be saying the same thing. The fact — no, no, no. Well, look — first of all, that is not in any way agreed upon. State Department disagrees. That happens all the time in these efforts to say what can go out and what can’t go out. That is a part of the ordinary process.

Everybody is acting like this is the first time it’s ever happened. It happens all the time. And I can only tell you that the State Department has said over and over again, we disagree. So, that’s what they’re sorting out and that’s what happens a lot of the times. But whether it was a personal account or a government account, I did not send classified material and I did not receive any material that was marked or designated classified, which is the way you know whether something is.

What you’re seeing now is a disagreement between agencies saying, you know what? They should have. And the other saying no, they shouldn’t. That has nothing to do with me. If it had been a government account and I said release it, we’d be having the same arguments.

ED HENRY, FOX NEWS: The FBI believes you tried to wipe the entire server. Did you try to wipe the entire — so that there would be no emails, no personal or no official?

CLINTON: Well, my personal e-mails are my personal business, right?


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H/T: YouFirstNews

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