On Clinton Email Scandal Anniversary, America Rising PAC Launches 72-Hour Campaign
Today marks the one-year anniversary of the New York Times story that uncovered Secretary Clinton’s exclusive use of a private email for State Department business. It’s a move Clinton has fiercely defended (“Nothing that I did was wrong.”) and one that has helped sink her favorability and trust numbers among voters.
To commemorate this anniversary, America Rising PAC is launching a 72-hour blitz to remind voters in key battleground states about Clinton’s unsecured server that put national security at risk. The blitz includes a graphic video that walks voters through the “drip, drip, drip” of information that has been revealed through reporting and in the case of her emails, a court order:
— America Rising PAC (@AmericaRising) March 2, 2016
Additionally, the revelations about Clinton’s emails have provided ample fodder for cable news to analyze the incredibly poor judgment that went into Clinton housing a private server in her basement for official State Department business:
If this email scandal has made on thing clear, it is that Secretary Clinton lacks the judgment needed to be commander in chief. Her subsequent lies and distortions about the scandal only serve to prove why voters do not trust her or think she’s honest.