Even Hillary Knew She Was Wrong: Hillary Apologizes

On Tuesday, Hillary was on ABC News with her VP candidate Tim Kaine. She was there for an abnormal reason. On ABC News Hillary apologizes. Unbelievable, right?

hillary apologizes

She was there to clarify her ignorance with regards to the classified markings system. Hillary came clean on ABC News.

Hillary Apologizes

“I have learned that trying to explain what happened made it sound to some people like I was trying to excuse it. There are no excuses. I take responsibility. I made a mistake. I’ve apologized, and obviously I wish I could do differently what happened. I certainly would never do that again.”

Then Hillary went on to make excuses as usual.

“With respect to classification, on classified documents there is what’s called a header. It says this material is top secret, secret, or confidential.” Here comes the excuses. Brace yourself.

She continued, “There were no headers on the thousands of emails that I sent or received. There just weren’t, and the FBI has not in anyway contradicted that,” she said.

“There were a couple of emails with a tiny ‘C’ in a parenthesis, which did not have a header saying that means ‘confidential’ in this circumstance, and which the director of the FBI has said, and the State Department has said, those couple of emails were improperly marked even with that.”

FBI notes clearly stated that she did know. They also stated that the C was used to make reference to paragraphs in alphabetical order.

Well what do we have here? Looks like the Hillary Clinton lies continue to pile up.

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