Did this political ad go too far? Or is it the Truth that NEEDS to be told?
‘Hillary Clinton is under FBI investigation again – after her emails were found on pervert Anthony Weiner’s laptop,’ says the ad’s narrator. ‘Think about that.’
The ad says ‘decades of lies, cover-ups and scandal have finally caught up with Hillary Clinton’.
The ad’s visuals include grainy shots of Clinton magazine covers, video of the candidate coughing, and dark clouds swirling over the White House and the FBI building in Washington, DC.
It also shows images of redacted documents – and flashes images of Huma Abedin and Weiner.
‘America’s most sensitive secrets, unlawfully sent, received and exposed by Hillary Clinton, her staff, and Anthony Weiner,’ the narrator continues, with grainy images of Weiner on the screen. — DailyMail
Considering we now have THIS headline and story summary from DailyMail:
Revealed: Hillary Clinton wanted to give secure State Department cell phone to Anthony Weiner’s ‘trusted’ assistant.
Email discloses astonishing move by Secretary of State to give special secure phone to Weiner’s assistant to act as a courier.
Huma Abedin wrote that she was going to send a secure phone by ‘fedex’ when Clinton emailed her to suggest using Weiner’s ‘trusted’ assistant.
It is unclear why Abedin was planning to send the secure phone by public method – and why Clinton was involved in the discussion.
Email is one published Thursday by State Department which was from Clinton’s secret server and was sent in 2010.
Shows how Clinton trusted Weiner, now Abedin’s estranged husband, who disgraced himself in series of sexting scandals and is now and FBI target.
Agency probe in to his sexting a girl, 15, after DailyMail.com revelation, led to discovery of bombshell Clintonemail.com messages on his laptop.
FedEx a secure phone?
Handing it off to Weiner’s ASSISTANT?
What was it Comey Said about extremely careless again? That was an amazing understatement.
Why, exactly should she be trusted with ANY secure information… let alone the MOST secure information.