Robert Gibbs: 'I Honestly Can't' Explain Hillary's Personal Email, 'It's Highly Unusual'

 “From the moment the organizer enters a community he lives, dreams, eats, breaths, sleeps only one thing and that is to build the mass power base of what he calls the army." 
- Rules for Radicals, pg.113

This is one way you hide your actions and intentions when your loyalty does not lie with the United States, or its laws.  
We know Hillary has been a change agent since at least her college days when she not only wrote her college thesis on Saul Alinsky while attending Wellesley, but met with him personally several times, including after she entered Yale Law School.  According to letters between Clinton and Alinsky, she wrote in 1971 that she had “survived law school, slightly bruised, with my belief in and zest for organizing intact." -W.E.

Hillary Clinton Used Personal Email Account at State Dept., Possibly Breaking Rules

WASHINGTON — Hillary Rodham Clinton exclusively used a personal email account to conduct government business as secretary of state, State Department officials said, and may have violated federal requirements that officials’ correspondence be retained as part of the agency’s record.
Mrs. Clinton did not have a government email address during her four-year tenure at the State Department. Her aides took no actions to have her personal emails preserved on department servers at the time, as required by the Federal Records Act.
It was only two months ago, in response to a new State Department effort to comply with federal record-keeping practices, that Mrs. Clinton’s advisers reviewed tens of thousands of pages of her personal emails and decided which ones to turn over to the State Department. All told, 55,000 pages of emails were given to the department. Mrs. Clinton stepped down from the secretary’s post in early 2013.

Her expansive use of the private account was alarming to current and former National Archives and Records Administration officials and government watchdogs, who called it a serious breach.  Continue story at NY Times

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