April 30, 2016: Bill Clinton calls his wife’s email scandal a partisan “game.”

Bill Clinton gesticulates as he calls his wife's email scandal a "game," in Kokomo, Indiana, on April 30, 2016. (Credit: public domain)

Bill Clinton gesticulates as he calls his wife’s email scandal a “game,” in Kokomo, Indiana, on April 30, 2016. (Credit: public domain)

In a campaign speech, Bill Clinton defends his wife Hillary’s behavior in her email scandal. “Now what are we supposed to do? You said you want to see [her emails]? She said, ‘Fine, have them.’ They said, ‘Oh no, some of them should have been secret.’ Now, you think about this when you go home. If you’re driving in a 50-mile an hour zone, and a police officer pulls you over when you’re driving 40, and says, ‘I’m sorry, I’ve got to give you a ticket, because you know the speed limit here should be 35 and you should have known it.’ So everybody’s all breathless about this. Look, this is a game.”

LawNewz note that his speed limit analogy “fails, miserably,” because Hillary Clinton was trained and legally obliged to identify classified information whether it was clearly marked as such or not. (LawNewz, 5/1/2016)