Hillary Clinton is emotionally unstable

Hillary Clinton sat down with Jake Tapper for an interview today. She told her usual lies about her email:

When asked if the State Department gave her permission Clinton said no and that it was allowed. Clinton deflected and said that her predecessors had done the same thing and added that other high ranking members of the federal government used personal servers and personal emails.

Clinton blamed the attention and questions about her server were because the rules had been changed when she left the State Department.

This is mostly a patchwork of lies and there is zero evidence anyone in the federal government used a private email server, particularly one stored in an unsecured warehouse bathroom, as their sole means of conducting government business.

But the truly bizarre part happened when he asked her about the FBI investigation. This is only 0:17 long and you have to see it.

Earlier in the week the NY Post (WARNING: the byline is Edward Klein) reported:

Hillary is furious — and while Clinton advisers think that may save her, it’s making the lives of those who work for her hell.

“Hillary’s been having screaming, child-like tantrums that have left staff members in tears and unable to work,” says a campaign aide. “She thought the nomination was hers for the asking, but her mounting problems have been getting to her and she’s become shrill and, at times, even violent.”

In one incident, Hillary berated a low-level campaign worker for making a scheduling mistake. When the girl had the nerve to turn her back on Hillary and walk away, Hillary grabbed her arm.

Hillary’s anger may be stoked by fear: Her poll numbers have slipped by 10 points in one week on the eve of the Democratic debate.

Bill Clinton and Hillary’s campaign team are concerned that her anger may surface at the wrong time. They are concerned that she could have a serious meltdown in front of TV cameras, which would make her look so out of control that voters would decide she doesn’t have the temperament to be commander in chief.

You can’t watch Clinton’s utterly inappropriate response to Tapper’s question and not see an elderly woman who cannot handle the stress of the campaign and is on the verge of an epic breakdown.