Following in the footsteps of her husband Bill, Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton used wordplay to sidestep the issue of apologizing for running her inappropriate private email server.
One thing you can count on from liberals is the inability to use straightforward language. It reminds me of a quote by George Orwell, “The great enemy of clear language is insincerity.”
According to The Blaze:
“At the end of the day, I am sorry that this has been confusing to people and has raised a lot of questions, but there are answers to all these questions,” she said. “And I take responsibility and it wasn’t the best choice.”
Clinton was careful with her words as MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell pried for her reaction to the email scandal in an exclusive interview that aired Friday. At one point, she admitted that she now “disagrees” with her decision to use only a private email account, but maintained she followed the rules and law.
Pressed on why she chose to delete 30,000 emails, Clinton said the State Department requested “work-related” emails, which she says she provided, but her “personal” emails were deleted.
“I was not thinking a lot when I got in…we had so many problems around the world,” Clinton said. “I didn’t really stop and think, ‘what kind of email system will there be?’”
“Does it raise judgement questions?” Mitchell asked.
“You know, I don’t think so,” Clinton replied.
In typical liberal fashion, Clinton takes no responsibility for her actions, and trying to minimize her attempt to conceal her correspondence by public disclosure by using “…we had so many problems around the world….I didn’t really stop and think ‘what kind of email system will there be?'”
One thing we can agree with is she didn’t think.
Watch part of the interview below:
What do you think? Is Hillary sincere in her words, or full of it? Leave a comment with your thoughts below.