Do we want politically correct of the truth?

James Comey, director of the FBI, said Hillary Clinton was extremely careless with classified information. Hillary Clinton said she never sent or received classified information. Comey said 110 were marked classified at the time they were sent or received. Eight of those chains contained secret information and eight contained confidential information. Secretary of State Clinton said she only used one device, but used 13 devices. Some were lost or smashed with a hammer. Her server was wiped clean with Bleachbit, that prevents it from being recovered, after it was under subpoena. She returned all her work-related emails. The FBI found several thousand that were sent to others that were not returned.

Clinton was interviewed by the FBI for 2.6 hours and said she did not recall 39 times. This month in a court filing by Judicial Watch, with 25 written questions, she used some variation of does “does not recall” 21 times. Is her memory that bad or what does she have something to hide?

Foreign governments and companies got Haitian deals in exchange for bankrolling the Clinton Foundaion. In 2011, the Clinton foundation brokered a deal with Digicel cellular service provider. The Clintons arranged to have Digicel to receive millions in U.S. taxpayer money. The owner donated $1 million and $5 million between 2010 ad 2011.

In 2005, Frank Giustra wins a major uranium deal after traveling to Kazakhstaan with Bill Clinton and donated $31.3 million to the Clinton Foundation. In 2007, Giustra’s company, Urasia, merges with Uranium One and expands into the United States. In 2008, Uranium One investors make an $8.65 million donation to the Clinton Foundation. In 2009, Rosatom, the Russian Atomic Energy Commission, takes 17 percent control of Uranium One. In June 2010, investors give millions more to the Clinton Foundation and Rosatom seeks majority ownership of Uranium One, Rosatom now owns one-fifth of the production of uranium in the U.S. after the State Department gave approval of the deal.

J.A. Lawrence