Secret Emails 'Shredding Constitution', Says Hillary in 2007
by Tom McGregor
Wed, Mar 4, 2015, 08:26 PM
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was against US government employees using 'secret emails' for operational purposes in 2007, before she created her own secret emails in 2009.
The Daily Surge reports that, "Hillary Clinton supporters are currently scrambling to minimize the significance of her using a private Gmail address to conduct all of her business as Secretary of State, but in 2007, Clinton herself took a decidedly different tack, saying that secret email accounts “shredded” the very Constitution of the United States."
Hillary is quoted as saying that, "Our Constitution is being shredded. We know about the secret wiretaps, the secret military tribunals, the secret White House email accounts,” Clinton said. “It’s a stunning record of secrecy and corruption, of cronyism run amok. It is everything our founders were afraid of, everything our Constitution was designed to prevent.”
According to the Daily Surge, "Clinton, then running for president, was speaking at the Take Back America conference held by the Campaign for America’s Future, and took the Bush administration to task for alleged violations of constitutional governance."
U.S. State Department employees are forbidden to use personal emails. Ironically, the new regulations were implemented in 2007 when Hillary also publicly stated that she oppossed secret emails too.
To read the entire article from the Daily Surge, link here: To read the US State Department Guidelines on Emails, published on February 2007, link here: