Candidates on the “short list” to be vetted by the Hillary Clinton for President campaign had to jump through a lot of hoops before Tim Kaine was tapped to join the Democratic ticket.
According to Politico magazine, the V.P. candidates had to disclose to campaign officials every password for every social-media account for themselves and for every member of their immediate families. In addition, they had to list every piece of property they had ever owned since grade school, every resume they had circulated for the past 10 years, every business partner they’d ever had, and every gift they had ever accepted.
Sounds like pretty stiff demands from an individual who left herself wide open on sharing classified information while serving as U.S. secretary of state, doesn’t it? Not to mention her deletion of 30,000 e-mails on her personal computer server during the time she was secretary of state. That happened after the Congress subpoenaed her e-mails related to the 2012 debacle in Benghazi that claimed four American lives, including that of U.S. ambassador Chris Stevens.
Apparently what’s good for the goose doesn’t apply; it’s good only for the ganders, because the goose has her own set of rules, right along with her own computer server.