What if Hillary Clinton's emails were hacked by foreign agents when she was the secretary of state? Victims can't always tell when they've been hacked. Persons claiming to have done so are boasting about their alleged feats on the Internet. This, writes Andrew Napolitano, is the sore underbelly of an arrogant and lawless secretary of state who used her power to exempt herself from laws that govern executive branch employees and didn't care about national security.
Clinton may have seriously exposed classified secrets by discussing them on an email system owned by her husband and not secured by a mature Internet service provider or by the government. What if the real reason for her theft of records was not personal convenience, asks Napolitano, but fear of exposure of her true thoughts and unguarded behavior?