Clinton Denies Trump’s Comparison To Email Scandal

Former First Lady and losing 2016 Democrat candidate for President Hillary Rodham Clinton says her email scandal should never be compared to the alleged concealment of confidential documents at Mar-a-Lago, the Florida estate home of former President Donald J. Trump.

Not only did she tweet about the email issue being brought up again, but she also pushed the sale of her T-shirts and hats via her website “onward together.”

In her 10:54 a.m. Sept. 6 tweet, she wrote, “I can’t believe we’re still talking about this, but my emails… As Trump’s problems continue to mount, the right is trying to make this about me again. There’s even a “Clinton Standard. The fact is that I had zero emails that were classified.”

Trump’s Florida home was raided by the FBI on Aug. 8 in which the agency reportedly recovered 11 sets of classified documents and about 20 boxes of documents including four sets of “top secret” documents.

Aghast Trump supporters assert the Department of Justice is the “Department of Injustice” because it neglected to thoroughly investigate the use of Clinton’s private email servers while she was serving as Sec. of State from 2009 through 2013 under former President Barack Obama.

The issue of many Clinton non-secured servers arose during the 2016 campaign in which Clinton continuously refuted that she violated 18 USC 1924, which makes it a crime to have classified information at an “unauthorized location.” This is the law the DOJ now alleges was violated by Trump.

Although the 2016 FBI investigation into Clinton’s emails discovered more than 100 emails stored on her private server contained classified information including 65 emails investigators determined were “Secret” and 22 deemed “Top Secret,” the investigation was closed with no indictment.

Clinton calls the comparison of her emails to the Mar-A-Lago raid a “deflection.” However, Trump and supporters take special note that the Clinton’s home, her closet, and her child’s bedroom were never raided. During the Mar-A-Lago raid, the FBI rummaged through former First Lady Melania Trump’s private closet and belongings as well as their 16-year-old-son’s bedroom leaving it in disarray.

“The release of a heavily redacted, overtly political affidavit only proves that the Biden administration is desperate to cover up their unprecedented, unnecessary, and un-American raid against President Donald J. Trump,” the former president said in a statement.

Twenty-three pages of the 38-page affidavit unsealed by a federal judge had redacted information, including more than ten pages that were entirely blocked out.