Today was the groundbreaking for the newest school in Burlingame in 50 years, but some in the community have concerns.
Joeski: Presidential Candidate Clinton lies so very often as it seems to be her policy. I hope future woman candidates do not lie like Hillary. It should be noted that campaign promises from a liar are just lies, just like the Obamacare lies from President Obama. 1) She lied about when she started using the server. 2) She lied about why she needed the server (several times). 3) She lied about there being no classified information on the server. 4) She lied about why & when the State Department asked to turn over the server. 5) She lied about deleting no work related e-mails and deleted them while under subpoena. Blumenthal e-mails pertaining to Libya and other classified info from Blumenthal were deleted and not included in her work e-mail that were turned over. 6) She lied about turning over all her work related e-mails (under penalty of perjury, doing this while deleting work e-mails under subpoena is Felonious Obstruction of Justice) 7) She lied (to Congress, under oath) about turning over all the Benghazi related e-mails. There is still a 5 month gap in her missing e-mails that conveniently includes the time period before and after the attack on the U.S. embassy in Benghazi. 8) She lied about the server having been wiped and deleted e-mails while under subpoena. 9) She lied about Canadian Law restricting her from turning over the names of the foreign contributors who turned over hundreds of millions of dollars to their Foundation. 10) She lied about not having any hand in the sorting of the e-mails. In august she said, "So we went through a painstaking process and turned over 55,000 pages of anything we thought could be work-related. Under the law, that decision is made by the official. I was the official. I made those decisions, and as I just said, over 1,200 of the emails have already been deemed not work-related.” She said this personally in response to a question by Ed Henry. 11) She lied about how "secure" the server was. We now know that it had numerous vulnerabilities that included ones that even amateur hackers could have breezed right through.