1. She claimed she did not knowingly send or receive classified info through her server. It's quite possible somebody ELSE sent her classified info when they should not have, and didn't label it properly. Whose "fault" that is, well, we will wait and see.
She was Secretary of State. She didn't think classified stuff would be flowing through that server? Uh huh.
2. The "office" server she should have been using was NOT designed for classified material either. (There was a separate system(s) for that.) Thus, her home server being more of a secrecy risk than the regular office server is a questionable claim.
But when her email was subpoenaed it would have been turned over in a timely manner, without her getting to choose which emails got turned over.
3. Messages that were deemed to have classified info were either mostly or entirely re-classified after the fact. The scope of this is still under investigation.
4. Using a home server was NOT illegal at the time, as long as a copy of each work message came from/to a gov't server, which would typically be the case. (So far they have not found a non-copied work message that I know of.)
True. This is how we know that when she cherry picked her messages to turn over, she left quite a few out. "Chelsea, meet me at Starbucks at 3" is quite different from "Hil, this dude will give me $500k for a speaking fee if you don't hold fast to calling them a terrorist supporter".
5. She has admitted twice that her "home server" decision was a poor decision.
Mostly because it turns out that wiping the server made things worse, considering there were ways to reconstruct messages that weren't deemed "important" by Hil.
6. Jeb also has "email problems" such that if the two face off in the final election, the email issue is mostly a wash.
The only reason I would ever vote for Hillary is if Jeb were her opponent.