According to Kristi Culpepper, pretty darn crooked:
If you take the time to dig into primary sources and court proceedings, you learn many things about Clinton, her inner circle, and how the State Department operates that would make most Americans seethe.
First, it is quite clear that Clinton & Co. have been actively misrepresenting their motives in maintaining a private server for correspondence. Second, the State Department’s failure to supply relevant information as required by law raises questions about whether officials there are playing a role in concealing wrongdoing. The State Department has become so systematic in denying journalists’ requests for information about Clinton’s tenure there that the public should be demanding to know if government officials are working in coordination with Clinton’s campaign.
I have struggled with how to organize my thoughts on this topic. Usually I provide a long chronological explanation of events. There is so much bad behavior in this instance, however, that I am going to list red flags that suggest criminal activity was taking place.
It is beginning to look like support for Hillary Clinton can serve as an effective litmus test for whether or not a person cares more about power or principle (such as the principle of nobody being above the law.) I detest all politicians equally.