First, let’s take a look at the reaction to Hillary Clinton’s Tweet she sent out Monday night.
@HillaryClinton Sigh. You aren't very self-aware, are you? Purging might not be the best word in your vocabulary tool belt.. ever again.
— Colorado REDTraci (@goptraci) August 25, 2015
@HillaryClinton but purging emails is okay?
— Maxwell Pichan (@MaxwellPichan) August 25, 2015
You mean like with a cloth?
— CoolCzech (@CoolCzech1) August 25, 2015
Hillary Clinton admitted she purged her Suzie Homemaker Server of thousands of emails she claimed had only to do with personal items, such as yoga moves and Chelsea’s wedding details.She says she turned over thousands of other emails to the State Department, which has been slow rolling the release of the emails. Now, with the Inspectors General having gone through only a sampling of 300 of her emails, it’s been discovered Clinton trafficked in secret information on her unsecured server, putting the national security at risk.
Now let’s take the full view of the former Secretary of State’s Tweet:
Purging 34,000+ voters from Kansas elections is no administrative rule—it's a targeted attack on voting rights. http://t.co/gz5VZPjMrB
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) August 25, 2015