Guess she had to keep buying used ones some they could be destroyed later to cover her trail. This woman seemingly went through more burner phones than Walter White.
While serving as secretary of state, Hillary Clinton bought her BlackBerrys off eBay — since she preferred older models that the smartphone company had long retired — a top Republican on Capitol Hill revealed.
“I don’t want to get into this too much, but part of what was happening with the secretary of state was, she was acquiring technology that wasn’t even supported by BlackBerry,” House Oversight Chairman Rep. Jason Chaffetz told a forum in DC on Wednesday, according to the Washington Examiner.
“You couldn’t buy it. She was actually buying this stuff off of eBay because somebody was selling their old machine. That’s what she liked, so she did. It creates this huge vulnerability. And it’s unnecessary,” Chaffetz added in an appearance at the American Enterprise Institute.
Chaffetz’s remarks come a week after the FBI released notes from its interview of Clinton, part of its investigation into her private email server.
The FBI notes revealed Clinton had 13 BlackBerry devices over the course of her four years as America’s top diplomat. Clinton frequently lost or misplaced her smartphone, the notes said. And Bill Clinton aide Justin Cooper destroyed two old devices with a hammer.
Obstruction of justice so comical it would be rejected in a screenplay. Yet this criminal gets away with it. Weird, also, how her boss in those four years escapes any scrutiny.
“I think the administration’s sending all the wrong signals,” Chaffetz added. “When you take all this classified information at the State Department, and you take four years of federal records, and you put them in a nonsecure location, you give 10 people or so access to all this information who don’t have the proper security clearance, what do you think is going to happen?”
Nothing will happen, actually.