Hillary broke the President's chain of authority, she made national security decisions, devastating ones like waging war, secretly and without oversight or Presidential consent. The emails from Hillary's private email server describe her working with Stratfor in the Ukrainian coup plot, with Victoria Nuland. They confirm what our intelligence experts noted, that the Russians, and other nations, hacked her server. Even if Obama gave her the green light to plan this coup, it would lead us to events that nearly caused a nuclear confrontation with Russia. Because these actions were hidden from Obama, it can be strongly argued she acted, willfully, without his knowledge and authority. But the media pundits say it's ok.
There is a good chance the truth will come out anyway. As you are aware, the Justice Department, the FBI, and NSA have all yielded recent patriots who, in such circumstances, decided that whistleblowing – rather than silence – was the only way to honor the oath we all swore – to support and defend the Constitution.
"Apart from the guidelines for proper handling of classified information, outlined in Executive Order 13526 and 18 U.S.C Sec. 793(f) of the federal code, there is some evidence of a cover-up regarding what was compromised. This itself would be a violation of the 2009 Federal Records Act and the Freedom of Information Act.
"Numerous messages both in New York and in Washington have reportedly been erased or simply cannot be found. In addition, the law cited above explicitly makes it a felony to cut and paste classified information removing its classification designation. Retaining such information on a private email system is also a felony. In one of Secretary Clinton’s emails, she instructed her staff simply to remove a classification and send the information to her on her server."
"So the question is not whether Secretary Clinton broke the law. She did. If the laws are to be equally applied, she should face the same kind of consequences as others who have been found, often on the basis of much less convincing evidence, guilty of similar behavior."