That aside, consider what the FBI did go on record as saying:
- She had unauthorized classified intelligence on her unsecured server. (General Petraeus lost his career over far less.)
- She deleted evidence during the investigation. (That's spoliation of evidence or obstruction of justice. )
- Anyone else who did this would be reprimanded and stripped of security clearance by their department, if not criminally charged.
- She mishandled classified intelligence and jeopardized national security.
- She lied about the nature of the investigation (claiming it was a security review, not a criminal investigation).
Consider the nature of her actions. She willfully, recklessly engaged in conduct which is statutorily proscribed for good reasons. As someone who's worked with telecom, computer networks, and mail servers since the late 90s, and practiced law before that, I'd be willing to bet my house that at a minimum the Russian and Chinese intelligence agencies hacked her server.
That means not only did she compromise national secrets, she is almost certainly vulnerable to blackmail by foreign powers due to the contents of her server. In other words, if she gets elected in November, Putin and others will have the President of the United States by the balls.
And yet half the voters in this country are willing to ignore this and cast their ballot for her, just because she is female.