Liar, liar, pantsuit on fire!
July 19, 2016 - In a recent interview (video embedded below and a transcript at the bottom of this post) with Charlie Rose of CBS News, the presumptive Democratic nominee is grilled about the FBI investigation into her use of a private e-mail server as Secretary of State.
Clinton almost seemed to imply that FBI director James Comey had all but completely exonerated her, saying she was grateful that Comey had "clarified" the comments he had made at his news conference two days later during the congressional hearing (links below).
FBI director James Comey (who said he wasn't present at Clinton's interrogation) told the House committee Clinton wasn't sworn to oath when being questioned at FBI headquarters in Washington DC -- and her testimony wasn't video taped either, even after the FBI had changed it's policy in 2014 to start recording all FBI "interviews".
* Compare the remarks Clinton made to the remarks James Comey made at his
news conference on July 5, 2016:
* Proof in 30-seconds that Clinton deliberately set up her private email
server to avoid Freedom of Information requests:
* Clinton's first interview after James Comey's news conference
* Congressional hearing with James Comey on July 7, 2017:
PART ONE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GsYOfAZZq_s
PART TWO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qwj0mjXEmXY
PART THREE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RIpwGUjM8E8
Is Hillary Clinton a Pathological Liar? (She can't be indicted for lying
because she doesn't even know she's lying!)
(January 8, 1996) New York Times: "Americans of all political
persuasions are coming to the sad realization that our First Lady — a woman of
undoubted talents who was a role model for many in her generation — is a
Hillary Clinton Lies about Lying!
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CHARLIE ROSE, CBS NEWS: Do you think the e-mail crisis contributed to the question of trust?
HILLARY CLINTON: Well, I have said that I am very sorry about it, that I made a mistake. It was certainly not a choice I would do again.
ROSE: I want to hear you out on this. You've said, 'I'm sorry, I made a mistake.'
CLINTON: That's right, that's right.
ROSE: It was the wrong thing to do.
CLINTON: That's right, I have said that.
ROSE: And some say, what were you thinking about the national security risk when you made this decision. Because of the capacity, and it hasn't been determined that there was no hacking?
CLINTON: Well, there's no evidence of it.
ROSE: There's no evidence.
CLINTON: There's no evidence of it.
ROSE: But some would suggest that's the reason that they were very good at it because there's no evidence of it.
CLINTON: Charlie, there is no evidence of that.
ROSE: Comey, the director of the FBI, said but we don't know.
CLINTON: No, that's not what he said.
ROSE: What did he say?
CLINTON: He said --
ROSE: You can't rule it out, he said.
CLINTON: Well, you can't rule it in either. There is no evidence. So we can go back and forth on this. I go where the evidence leads and there is no evidence.
ROSE: Let me go to what he said, he said is careless.
CLINTON: Well, I would hope that you like many others would look what he said when he testified before Congress because when he did, he clarified much of what he had said in his press conference. And I appreciated that.
ROSE: But he said it was sloppy.
CLINTON: No, he did not.
ROSE: Real sloppiness is what he said.
ROSE: What did he say -- correct me if i'm wrong, somebody said what's the definition, he said real sloppiness.
CLINTON: Let me say this, there was three -- probably at least 300 people on those e-mails. The vast majority of whom are experienced professionals in handling sensitive material. And I have no reason to have second guessed their decision to send or forward me information. Do I wish I hadn't done it? Of course. Was it a mistake? Yes.
ROSE: Was it wrong?
CLINTON: Well, it was wrong, because look at what it has generated.
ROSE: But was it careless?
CLINTON: Well, I think you would have to say 300 people who communicated with me on e-mail are among the most careful people I've ever had the privilege of working with.
ROSE: Do you think it contributed and became a controversy because it fed the trust issue?
CLINTON: Well I'm sure it didn't help. Yes, I'm sure it didn't help. But I'll tell you this, I'm the last person you'll ever have to worry about, ever, not being 100% as specific and precise as I can be so that nobody ever raises any questions like that ever again.