By Beverly Gates
Reeling from her ongoing email crisis, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says in the future she is reverting to old-fashioned means of communications.
“From now on, any important messages will be sent by personal messenger or carrier pigeon,” said Clinton at a recent campaign stop in Michigan.
This was also a tactic used by terrorist Osama Bin Laden to avoid American electronic surveillance.
Last Friday the FBI released a trove of Clinton’s emails sent while she was secretary of state. Republicans have accused her of sharing classified information via email.