Letters to the Editor

What difference?

Ed McMahon to (Carnac the Magnificent): “this envelope has been kept in a hermetically sealed mayonnaise jar on Funk and Wagnalls’ porch since noon today. This little “Tonight Show” skit might as well apply to our wannabe president, Shrillary. She would have us believe that, as Secretary of State, she never, ever sent or received any classified material through her personal server. Proven lie. Hmmm, one would think that such a high-level position would guarantee such action. So, just who did those emails go through? Why did her two top aides destroy their BlackBerries? That’s called obstruction of justice.

Then, she uses a store-front agency in Denver, called Platte River Networks, who kept these documents stored in a closet inside a bathroom? An agency who wasn’t even cleared to handle classified material. Now, she’s “wiped” her server clean, of course, running a random program of ones and zeros 24-7 for months, which they did, to render them useless.

However, all federal emails are backed up, even her personal ones, up to three times. It’s called redundancy. And, since they know who sent her those emails, they have their IP addresses. Are these files being searched manually?

Lesser people have gone to prison or had their careers destroyed for far less than what this criminal has done. But, hey, there’s nothing to see here, let’s move on. After all, she is the Hildebeast. What difference does it make now?

Roddy D. Riggs