***There is now no doubt that Hillary Clinton's emails contained classified information. She should be indicted, and if she were a Republican she would be. The double standards of the press and the court system in this country are going to ruin us.
A new review by two intelligence agencies has backed up an earlier conclusion that at least two emails on Hillary Clinton's personal server contained "top secret" information.
The review by the Central Intelligence Agency and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency went back to the original source documents, and follows the finding last month by the intelligence community inspector general that emails on the former secretary of state's system contained information at the highest classification level. This included intelligence on special programs about North Korea's nuclear weapons.
***She still refuses to apologize or admit that she did anything wrong. The arrogance and smugness of the Clintons turns my stomach.
As she has often said in recent weeks, Clinton told AP it would have been a "better choice" for her to use separate email accounts for her personal and public business. "I've also tried to not only take responsibility, because it was my decision, but to be as transparent as possible," Clinton said.
That's the most laughable statement I've seen in a while.
***The same liberal judge who threw Kim Davis in jail ordered students to be "re-educated" on homosexuality.
U.S. District Court Judge David Bunning, who jailed Kentucky clerk Kim Davis for refusing to obey an order to issue same-sex marriage licenses through her office, once ordered Kentucky students to be "re-educated" about homosexuality.
The American Civil Liberties Union, which filed a lawsuit against the Rowan County clerk, in 2003 sued the Boyd County Board of Education to allow a "gay-straight" alliance club to be allowed to meet at a local high school, despite objections from parents, reports ChristianNews.net.
At first, court records show, the board suspended all student group meetings, but Bible and drama clubs met during the ban, so students with the gay-straight group contacted the ACLU, and Bunning eventually ordered the school board to allow the group to meet and be granted the same privileges other groups enjoyed.
In addition, Bunning ordered school staff and students to undergo diversity education, including on "issues of sexual orientation and gender harassment."