Even in your response you can't separate Benghazi with other things she may have done.
Because it was in the context of trying to get to the bottom of her (and her boss's) lying about the Benghazi mess for political reasons right before an election that it became clear she had been running her official email on (and ONLY on) a home computer. And in examining that situation, it became clear that she had - on becoming aware that she was under subpoena - that she destroyed tens of thousands of federal documents, and repeatedly lied about what she did, when she did it, and why she did it. Right: you can't separate the two topics because SHE is the one responsible for them being part of an uninterrupted spectrum of incompetence and deceit that doesn't begin and end with just one topic.
Yes she's so incompetent that the GOP can't charge with anything.
So the problem here is that you don't actually understand the different branches of government and how they work. That explains a lot about your rambling, here. "The GOP" is a political party. It has no authority. Are you talking about congress? They could charge her with contempt for lying as she did in under oath in front of them, and that's still a possibility. But otherwise, the only entity capable of charging her with anything is the Obama administration. You get that, right? No, apparently you don't.
Yes she said it but at the time...
Blah blah. She said that she did NOT say it, and that's simply a lie. Regardless, you're carefully avoiding the long career of deliberate lies about all sorts of things - from the ridiculously meaningless (why lie about why her parents called her Hillary?) to the clearly self-aggrandizing (landing under sniper fire!) to the long, long parade of lies designed to deflect from public awareness of her corruption. Everything from her days in Arkansas to countless bits of business under her control in the White House, to her frequent throwing-under-the-bus of staff with a lie about why, to her non-stop lying - right to this day - about her "mistake" in setting up an off-the-books mail server to hide her public records from scrutiny ... acts serious enough that the DoJ has been doling out immunity deals like candy. Focusing on how half-truthy her spin on the her "it's the Gold Standard" assertion was then or is now is just you trying to avoid the rest of her career's disingenuous handling of the truth.
Unstable? How do you know she's unstable, again. Are you already attacking her character first? Freudian slip?
OK, I guess you consider her to be a more authoritative voice on her character than the judge who said she threatened his life. Do you have a reason to consider that judge to be a liar? Please explain.
He certainly can say racist things (and he does)
Please explain some of the racist things he DOES say. Or are you one of these people who can't understand the difference between race and culture? While you're at it, of course, please chime in on Hillary Clinton's choice to do things like yukking her way through a skit at a fundraiser where the joke is that being late for events is an example of operating on "Colored People Time."
Now you are deflecting about Trump's clear misogynistic tendencies by bringing up Bill Clinton.
No, you just can't read. The issue isn't Bill Clinton, the issue is Hillary Clinton and her personal staff spending time and your tax dollars to deliberately engage in a campaign of character assassination against the women who - by either willingly or unwillingly being the Bill Clinton sexcapade and abuse show - were going to poison the well for Hillary's personal eventual quest for political power. She would never have progressed past being a lawyer getting rapists easy plea deals if she hadn't ridden her husband's coat-tails all the way to national office. She put up with his toxic womanizing from the days he had Arkansas state troopers bringing women to his hotel room all the way through his abuse of women in the White House - why? Because to leave him would mean leaving power and access to more of it. But she went WAY beyond merely tolerating that abuse.
That's the point - it's not about him. It's about HER deliberately seeking to wreck the lives of those women because she needed to change the narrative, despite anyone and everyone familiar with her husband knowing exactly how he conducted himself. Bringing up Bill Clinton would be pointless, except for the fact that Hillary - who panders like crazy on the "women's issues" front - has no problem treating other women like trash when she feels the personal political need to do. That sheds light on her character, and you, like the rest of her supporters, would really love to avoid the topic by lazily claiming it's all about Bill. It's not.
This is a false dichotomy as it implies Trump has never used character assassination or has had decades of deceit and lying. He has.
Oh, I get it now. You're this guy: "Hillary lies and uses character assassination and has throughout her career including while in public office, but Trump is worse, so I will pretend none of that is true about Hillary. Likewise I'll ignore that even the DoJ being run by politicians from her own party feel obliged to actually issue many formal immunity agreements to get to the bottom of her ever-shifting stories and destroyed records."
How many immunity agreements has the DoJ felt the need to dole out while looking into Trump's affairs? How many times has the director of the FBI said about Trump the same things he's had to conclude about a long list of Clinton's assertions (that they were "untrue," and that she was "extremely careless" in her handling of classified material, and so on).