Hillary Clinton warned of China’s hacking, and thought Bush ‘looks like he has something to hide’

I thought I would close out the Hillary Clinton week with these two short clips. Knowing what we know now, it is simply a stunner that as late as the July 4, 2015 weekend, she was out on the stump warning us of the dangers of China and their hacking. Apparently oblivious of the danger she herself had put herself and our Country in with her home grown server and unapproved devices she used. Then I give you her warning about Bush.
Published on Jul 5, 2015

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U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton accused China on Saturday of stealing commercial secrets and “huge amounts of government information,” and of trying to “hack into everything that doesn’t move in America.

 

Recall Hillary Clinton remark : ‘Bush looks like he has something to hide’

That level of secrecy is ironic given Clinton’s comments about the Bush administration at an Oct. 29, 2003, conference at the New American Strategies Conference.

“In taking their action to evade or avoid providing information, the administration unnecessarily raises the suspicion that it has something to hide, that it might use the claim of national security to hide mistakes that are literally questions of life and death for Americans,” Clinton said.

She was criticizing the Bush administration for dragging its feet in turning over documents to the 9/11 Commission, led by former New Jersey Gov. Thomas Kean.

Recall Hillary Clinton remark : ‘Bush looks like he has something to hide’

Here is a good one put together by Daily Caller. Our gal Hillary was worried about Bush and his documents. She makes Nixon look like a Saint. After all, Nixon never destroyed all the tapes he had created and in the end, instead, went down with the ship. Here we go:

In 2003, then-Sen. Hillary Clinton complained about the Bush administration’s lack of transparency and cautioned that its refusal to turn over documents related to 9/11 raised suspicion that it had something to hide.

But the same can be said — indeed, has been said — about Clinton’s shady handling of the private email account and private server she used as secretary of state.

Clinton’s records and emails were subpoenaed by a House committee nine days after the Sept. 11, 2012, attack at Benghazi. The State Department made some Clinton records available, but not her emails. By maintaining a private account, Clinton also avoided making her emails available to public records requests.

That level of secrecy is ironic given Clinton’s comments about the Bush administration at an Oct. 29, 2003, conference at the New American Strategies Conference.

“In taking their action to evade or avoid providing information, the administration unnecessarily raises the suspicion that it has something to hide, that it might use the claim of national security to hide mistakes that are literally questions of life and death for Americans,” Clinton said.

She was criticizing the Bush administration for dragging its feet in turning over documents to the 9/11 Commission, led by former New Jersey Gov. Thomas Kean.

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