She took bribes from Russia for selling them US uranium.
I trust you're calling bullshit when Democrats talk about Trump's business ties to Russia then, yes?
Is someone said they knew for certain he had ties to Russia I'd call BS.
But probable ties? Probably. And he could easily disprove business ties by releasing his taxes.
She failed to follow government guidelines for record retention.
True, but very common.
Very much horseshit, to be technical. She is the only SoS to use a private email server exclusively. And starting a mere two years after she publicly blasted the Bush Administration for their private servers.
Yeah, she was hypocritical on that count. Also not unprecedented in a politician.
She also deleted tens of thousands of emails with the same authorization she had in setting up her server (none) which would have had her serving a few decades in prison for obstruction of justice, if her name was Hillary Smith.
Actually she's in the clear there. The law explicitly gives the official the right to identify official correspondence in their personal records, deliver it for retention, and then delete the rest. It was the responsibility of the law firm to properly sort the emails.
That only refers to information you know you have, she didn't realized classified info was on the server.
Pure sophistry. Hillary knew full well that the information she was dealing in was born classified. Think about it for two seconds: if the U.S. ambassador to Pakistan sends an email about the state of nuclear tensions between that country and India, does it have to be marked classified before it is treated as such?
So do you want to imprison the ambassador then?
Other people have been sent to prison for far less - just ask the Navy man serving time for taking a few selfies on an unsecured, unauthorized cell phone.
You mean the guy who was sneaking around the sub in off-hours to take photos of things he knew were classified, possibly to sell to a foreign government?
What about the guy who sent classified information with foreign governments without authorization? I don't think he got punished... in fact I think he just got a new job.