As Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton used an un-secure email server to carelessly transfer classified information, as the FBI has confirmed.
But, during NBC News’ town-hall on the military, Clinton created a fresh, new lie for the public to immediately debunk.
Clinton told Lauer on Wednesday evening:
I communicated about classified material on a wholly separate system. I took it very seriously. When I traveled, I went into one of those little tents that I’m sure you’ve seen around the world because we didn’t want there to be any potential for someone to have embedded a camera to try to see whatever it is that I was seeing that was designated, marked, and headed as classified.
In fact, the FBI report released last week confirmed that Clinton declined to use a state.gov email account, and defied her own department’s policy to use an “authorized information system” for official business. She had no computer in her office, which was a secure environment, nor did she use a computer inside the secured area in her homes. (In her FBIinterview, she said she could not recall receiving any advice about email policies.)
The report implies that the only time Clinton used a secure system for sending email was when she was traveling abroad — when State Department career staff, not her personal entourage, were responsible for setting up her communications.
Keep the lies coming Hillary. We’re ready to prove your lying anytime!