Hillary Clinton really stepped in it this time.
In an interview with Fox News Sunday, Hillary claimed FBI Director James Comey had confirmed everything she said about her email server was the truth.
One TV host ripped into her as a massive liar – but what really shocked everyone was what news network he works for.
MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough has a love-hate relationship with the right.
Many conservatives believe the former Republican Congressman has drifted left over the course of his career with MSNBC.
But on a recent Morning Joe broadcast, he tore into Hillary Clinton in an epic rant.
Commenting on her blatant lie that everything she said was truthful, Scarborough erupted.
“Scarborough said, “Oh my God! Oh my God! She just blamed people, professionals, she forced to communicate with her through an unsecured emal. You know, Trump, The volume of Trumps lies from yesterday it’s hard to get your arms around it because it’s like trying to drink from a fire hose. But Hillary Clinton, her performance was just as stunning on this one issue. First of all claiming again that she did not send or receive classified material after Comey told us all that was a lie. That she did. This is what I don’t understand. We know she is lying. She knows she’s lying. The voters know she is lying. So when she goes out and lies on top of a year of lies all she does is drive down her honest and trustworthy numbers even more. And then at the end, it was a fact that she then blamed State Department professionals and ambassadors across the world who she forced to communicate with her. It was mind boggling. It’s just kind of impossible to lie anymore about a topic than she did yesterday.”
In his press conference, FBI Director Comey said the emails on Hillary’s server were marked as ‘Classified’, and any reasonable person in her position should have known an unsecured server was no place for that kind of email traffic.
And in response to Hillary’s interview, Donald Trump tweeted out a video of Director Comey detailing all of her lies.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 30, 2016
But that wasn’t the end of the Clinton campaign troubles on Morning Joe.
Campaign manager Robby Mook sat for an interview where he tried to defend his candidate’s conduct.
It did not go well.
The Blaze reports:
Mook told Scarborough that Clinton admitted that the private email server was a big mistake and apologized for it.
The campaign manager also claimed that Comey said he found “no basis” for Clinton to believe that the emails were classified at the time they were sent.
“I think he said just the opposite,” Scarborough interjected. “He said a reasonable person in her position should’ve known that they were classified even if they weren’t marked.”
“Well, but that’s leaving out the fact that these emails were coming from hundreds of State Department employees,” Mook said. “These are longtime tenured State Department professionals, worked for different administrations. You know, these folks are not partisan.
They were the ones sending her the emails.”
Scarborough wasn’t having it.
“She was forcing everybody that wanted to communicate with her to move out of the classified realm where you send classified information and then put it on their own servers and send it to her,” he noted. “Isn’t that worse?”
“That’s simply not true,” Mook said. “You just don’t send classified information over the unclassified system.”
“Well, you would understand this,” Scarborough shot back. “The FBI director said she did.”
“What the director of the FBI testified was that he did not see a basis to believe that she knew the information in question was classified when she received it. That’s what he said,” Mook replied.
He added that “we don’t know” if the emails were marked correctly as classified because “we can’t see these emails,” so the public has to rely on Comey’s statements.
When even the TV host of a known to be friendly news network blasts Hillary as a liar, it’s not surprising to learn that a recent poll finds nearly 70% of the American people also believe Hillary Clinton to be dishonest and untrustworthy.