by Andrew P. Napolitano
Last weekend, Hillary Clinton dispatched her husband, former President Bill Clinton, to offer a defense of her alleged espionage. The espionage allegations against her are that in order to escape public and Obama administration scrutiny, she had all of her emails as secretary of state diverted from a secure government server to a non-secure server in her home in Chappaqua, New York, and, in so doing, failed to protect state secrets in at least 2,200 instances during her four-year tenure.
The essence of her husband’s defense is that the secrets were not secrets when she saw them and the investigation of her is all “a game.”
We know that the FBI is getting closer to Hillary Clinton because Bill Clinton had not addressed her email issues publicly before last weekend. The defense he offered belies the facts and the law.