Well, saying it in all caps definitely makes the claim more credible. The email controversy is a legitimate criticism, but it's grossly exaggerated. Clinton used a personal (unclassified) server instead of a government (unclassified) server. It's impossible for Secret and Top Secret servers to communicate with outside private networks. Still it broke from established policy. And also there were a few instances where people brought things up via unclassified email to her that they should have been talking about on the classified side. This would have happened whether she used a personal or government email system. Given the infrequency that someone brought up classified information (about 0.17%, or 1 per 577 emails), I think it's clear there was no criminal intent. It's also important to note that often material is *over*classified. You'd be amazed how many seemingly benign things will end up being marked Secret. I'm willing to bet if you sift through tens of thousands of the unclassified emails of all the other Secretaries of State, you'll find some rare cases of people unwittingly bringing up classified information there as well. Incidentally, Colin Powell (R) also used a private server to conduct business when he was Secretary of State, with zero outrage. Just like under Bush there were 13 embassy attacks resulting in 66 deaths - with zero congressional investigations.