Oh, Hillary! You can’t use email. You can’t use a new phone. You can’t use iPads… and you want to be President?!?
Republican Donald Trump seized on recent FBI disclosures to accuse Hillary Clinton of knowingly destroying evidence as part of a ‘cover up’ that consists of ‘massive crimes’ – and cited her arsenal of Blackberries as part of his indictment.
Campaigning in Greenville in battleground North Carolina Tuesday evening, Trump repeatedly referred to revelations from an FBI report on its investigation of Clinton Friday afternoon – including the numerous times Clinton said she couldn’t not recall key details about her email server.
One of those revelations was that Clinton cycled through 13 different mobile devices starting in 2009.
‘The only people who use that many phones are usually involved in very, very, and I mean very shady activity,’ Trump said.
‘They used hammers to destroy phones so they couldn’t be turned over later – and by the way, who uses 13 different iPhones in four years?’ Trump said, in reference to Clinton’s Blackberry and other mobile devices that were destroyed.
The FBI notes revealed that a Clinton aide used a hammer to destroy devices that were cycled out.
‘No one takes all the risks Hillary Clinton took unless they are trying to cover up massive crimes.’
Then Trump turned to Clinton’s repeated memory failures during an FBI interview.
‘Hillary and her top aides told the FBI and others in related lawsuits that they couldn’t recall or remember key facts hundreds of different times – and that’s in addition to the guy who set up the server pleading the Fifth,’ Trump said, in an apparent reference to former Clinton campaign aide Brian Pagliano.
Read more: Daily Mail
Watch this ANGRY dad: (language warning)
Hillary’s camp has been saying she used so many devices because she had a hard time with the new phones.
She’s been playing the ditz, and embraces Obama’s claim that she’s the ‘most qualified candidate ever’.
(We don’t think Hillary believes that crap, either.)
So, is Hillary a blithering idiot, or a criminal mastermind?
Let us know what YOU think in the comments!