Hold Clin­ton accountable

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor - GRE­GORY J. TO­PLIFF War­renville, South Carolina

As an in­de­pen­dent voter, I voted for Bill Clin­ton the sec­ond time around. Back then I spoke out against the Repub­li­cans for un­mer­ci­fully go­ing af­ter him for his sex­ual in­volve­ment with a White House in­tern. From my per­spec­tive the at­tacks were a detri­ment to the seat of the pres­i­dency and made the en­tire coun­try look like a soap opera in the eyes of the world. That brings me to for­mer Sec­re­tary of State Hil­lary Rod­ham Clin­ton.

Hil­lary’s re­luc­tance to turn over her email server has ‘cover-up’ writ­ten all over it. If she was on duty all day ev­ery day then she was on the tax­payer’s dime, mean­ing that her server was an in­stru­ment used in the per­for­mance of her du­ties to her coun­try.

The ex­cuse that she used that the server is per­sonal has a flaw. If some­one uses a gun in a crime and the ev­i­dence leads to the in­di­vid­ual who owned the gun, the gun can be con­fis­cated and put into ev­i­dence.

In Mrs. Clin­ton’s case, she is be­ing in­ves­ti­gated by a com­mit­tee run by Rep. Trey Gowdy, South Carolina Repub­li­can, for her in­volve­ment in the Benghazi de­ba­cle. Con­sid­er­ing that she lied about a video be­ing the cause of the em­bassy attack (which re­sulted in our am­bas­sador and his pro­tec­tion team be­ing killed), the ev­i­dence and prob­a­ble cause leads to the server. A war­rant should be is­sued for said server and Mrs. Clin­ton should be held accountable.

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