There was no real malfeasance here. She's been harangued by republicans and the press for thirty years. Of course she's going to want to have tighter control over unclassified email. She knows people will draw all sorts of crazy inferences and take email out of context to "prove" she's some sort of evil genius. How can anyone blame her for that?
Hell, people are so crazy with hate for her that they use her husband's sexual indiscretions against her. How fucked up is that?
I'm quite happy she's going to be president. I'm happy she has helped the millions of people she's helped over the years and I'm happy that she's still willing to do this very difficult job in the face of the insanity of the opposing party and the press.
I'm really tired of the making of mountains out of molehills.
And while I'm at it, let's talk about "lies". Making a false statement does not make you a liar. People whole live complex lives with a large amount of responsibility forget a lot of extraneous details. The human mind has a strange way of filling in gaps and reorganizing memories and sometimes creating false memories. I have experienced this false memory phenomenon personally. It is real and it happens a lot more than you might think. So when someone says, "My daughter was out jogging due X time frame" and she's wrong it's probably more because it was an otherwise irrelevant detail that got stored with the relevant details. How many times have you had to correct your parents about their recollection of some event? But when this happens to Hillary it's OMG! she's SOOO dishonest. Oh for fuck's sake. Have some perspective. The lies we need to worry about from politicians are not broken campaign promises or minutiae about some other event, but lies are things like cherry picking evidence to make a case for war, or covering up a break in, or covering up selling arms to our enemies. These are relevant and material deceptions.
Also when you know you have a prosecutor interviewing you who is trying his best to corner you into a contradiction, it is a very good idea to not allow questioning without a lawyer. If you are a lawyer and you decide to be interviewed, it is definitely in your best interest to restate questions to be more precise with your answers so your answers can't be twisted into contradictions. It's not a sign of dishonesty, it is a matter of being precise so someone doesn't try to fuck you over with your own words.
When asked if Hillary had lied to him or congress Comey said, "No" .
So when you start in with the Hillary is not trustworthy trope. Ask yourself are you repeating the media mantra from the last thirty years where the press kept saying "People don't really trust her"? Because that is exactly what they did. They pushed this idea(mainly because they were pissed at being iced out in 1993). Are you filtering every stupid little thing through a "she's untrustworthy" filter? Because the more I really look into her record and the things she's done for people quietly, without tooting her own horn, the more impressed I am with her. I really think she's deeply concerned with the country's well being and is busting her ass for us.
I'm no christian but she is and she's very serious about her faith and good works. I just wish we could have a democratic congress to go along with her as president and a democratic senate. The current republican party has lost its mind.