Guilty As Sin describes the details behind Hillary Clinton’s email scandal.  The book was published on August 22, 2016.  The author, Edward Klein, wanted to get the book out in enough time for people to read it before the 2016 Presidential Election in November in hopes of voters being aware of how much Hillary lies and is not fit to be President.  But, at the same time, he also wanted to include as much up-to-date information about the email scandals as possible. There are quotes, documents, and events in the book up to July 5, 2016.

The author also wrote another book, The Truth About Hillary: What She Knew, When She Knew It, and How Far She’ll Go to Become President, which he makes many references to in this book.  I did a book review on The Truth About Hillary.


The book starts off with Bill Clinton talking privately with Attorney General Loretta Lynch.  He was on her airplane for about a half hour.  This happened in the midst of the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s emails.  Consequently, the public and FBI were furious because they felt that the meeting had compromised the investigation.  Four days after the incident she recused herself from the case

“It was four days since the airport encounter between Lynch and Bill Clinton, and in the public furor that ensued, everyone – Democrats and Republicans alike – agreed that the meeting had seriously compromised the FBI’s investigation into Hillary’s use of an unsecured private email system when she was secretary of state.”


It became apparent that Hillary would never pay for her crimes when President Barack Obama endorsed her as the Democratic Presidential Nominee on June 9, 2016.  The criminal investigation has been going on for fourteen months.

“Everyone knows Hillary is guilty as sin:  she sent and received classified information on an unsecure email server that was hackable by America’s enemies; she indulged in pay-to-play shenanigans with the Clinton Foundation when she was secretary of state; and her top aides suffered a sudden onset of amnesia when they testified under oath, suggesting that Hillary had conspired to suborn witnesses. Yet despite all that, Hillary would never pay for her crimes, because the president of the United States wouldn’t let that happened.

July 5, 2016, James Comey set the stage in a speech with all the evidence by stating all of the charges to prove her guilt.  He went on for ten minutes.  Everyone was waiting for the punchline saying that she would go to jail for the email scandal.  It was jaw dropping when we heard that Comey said he would NOT recommend the indictment of Secretary Hillary Clinton. She certainly should not have gotten away with it.


As soon as Guilty as Sin: Uncovering New Evidence of Corruption and How Hillary Clinton and the Democrats Derailed the FBI Investigation came out, I ordered it from the library.  I received it the evening of the 2016 Presidential Election, November 8.  While watching the presidential election coverage, I began reading the book.  The outcome of the election would be the deciding factor if I was going to finish it.  Trump won the election.  I could relax now with relief knowing that Trump won and I didn’t have to worry about all the corruption that Hillary would have done in the White House.  I continued reading the book until I was done two days later.

The majority of the book was information I already knew.  I learned most of it via media clips and interviews on Fox News.  Surprisingly though I never tire of listening to it, especially about FBI Director James Comey’s investigation of the email scandal.  Every time it comes on, I intently listen, even though I know it almost word for word.

This book is great for people who wants to know more about the email scandal and to reread it when more information comes out in the future.  This investigation is now over yet.  I’m sure a lot more evidence will surface after Donald Trump becomes President in January 2017.  A lot more history is in the making on this topic.

One thing that I did not like at all is the many curse words in the book.  The author quotes many people swearing.  In my opinion, it was unnecessary.


Guilty as Sin
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Guilty as Sin
Guilty As Sin, authored by Edward Klein, delves into the email scandal involving the FBI investigation of Hillary Clinton's emails.

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