Mrs. Clinton has faced criticism over her practice of sending and receiving emails from a private server in her New York home while she was secretary of state from 2009 until 2013. The intelligence community’s inspector general has conducted a partial search of these emails and found at least four contained classified information and two of those contained “top secret” information.
“None of the emails alleged to contain classified information were written by Secretary Clinton,” Mrs. Feinstein said in a statement. “The questions are whether she received emails with classified information in them, and if so, whether information in those emails should have been classified in the first place. Those questions have yet to be answered.”. Excerpt from WSJ 8-14-15
So, what is the question? Hey, I don’t know anymore about this than you do, but it seems to me that it is quite irrelevant that Mrs Clinton did not write any classified e-mails supposedly found on her server. Isn’t the question why did she have a personal server that was capable of any interface with government e-mail and thereby potentially expose the Country to intelligence risk? Does it really matter if a classified e-mail on that server got there incoming or outgoing?
And no, the question is not whether e-mails should have been classified in the first place. That has nothing whatsoever to do with the issue of government e-mail on a private server, that’s political spin.