Speaking live via Skype from San Diego, California, where he is currently serving his eight month sentence in a “community confinement center” along with five years probation for violating campaign finance laws, convicted felon Dinesh D’Souza decried Hillary Clinton’s “lawlessness” to Newsmax’s Steve Malzberg Wednesday night.
D’Souza said that because President Barack Obama, Senator Harry Reid (D-NV) and Clinton are “lawmakers” they believe “they are somewhat above the law.”
“There’s a kind of lawlessness that seems to be at large here,” he said, referring to revelations about Clinton using a personal email account while serving as secretary of state. While he said this type of “lawlessness” is “pervasive” in India, where he was born, he thought what was “special” about America is that “the same people who make the law have to live under the laws, they don’t get special treatment.”
On the issue of Clinton’s emails, legal analysts from both The Wall Street Journal and Fox News agree that she did not break any actual laws by using a non-government email address to conduct official business.
Clinton has now said she wants to the public to see her emails and asked the State Department to release them.
Watch video below, via Newsmax (Clinton remarks begin at 3:33):
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