We ran the email in question here. And yes, she thinks she is above the law.
Via NY Post:
In its latest dump of 3,000-plus Hillary Clinton e-mails, the State Department found another 66 to be classified, pushing the total over 1,300. But two of the non-classified messages were eye-openers.
One tacitly admits her own wrongdoing. The other orders a flunky to break the law on handling classified info.
First, there’s the e-mail where she expresses shock that a State employee is using a private account for official business.
“I was surprised that he used personal email account if he is at State,” she wrote aide Jake Sullivan in February 2011, after he forwarded a diplomat’s analysis of Libyan affairs.
Let that sink in a moment. She was surprised the diplomat was doing precisely what she’d been doing for two years — government work on a private account. One rule for the boss (and her inner circle), another for everyone else?
But the bigger bomb was her order to Sullivan that June to mishandle a classified memo — but to first remove the label.
She wanted some talking points faxed to her, but her minions couldn’t get the secure fax line to work. Clinton’s solution: “Turn into nonpaper w no identifying heading and send nonsecure.”
Hmm. That casts new light on Clinton’s repeated statements that none of her work e-mails included material “marked classified.”
No word yet on whether Sullivan obeyed the order, and so broke federal law — but it’s still smoking-gun evidence of a secretary of state ordering up a crime.
Mind you, Hillary Clinton is a lawyer — her degree is from Yale, no less. And her first real job out of Yale was trying to impeach President Richard Nixon over Watergate.
So what in God’s name leads her to think she’s above the law?