The mother of a U.S. Navy sailor who was jailed for having classified information on a non-secure device spoke out about the news that Hillary Clinton might finally be punished for the same crime.
Kathleen Saucier told Fox News’ Clayton Morris that she’s excited justice might finally be rendered during an appearance on “Fox And Friends” on Saturday.
“Possibly, justice will be served,” Saucier told Morris. “[but] I’m still not convinced there isn’t a double standard.”
Saucier’s son, Christian Saucier, is currently serving a one-year sentence for taking photographs of a classified area on a submarine with his cell phone.
Saucier said she is hoping that the FBI and Justice Department will “hold Hillary Clinton and her staff to the same standards they hold all American patriots in the United States.”
She added that her son is looking to what might be the positive side of him being imprisoned.
“I thought I stepped up to join the Navy to serve my country, but maybe this is how I’m serving my country– by raising awareness of the double standard… the same standard as those who want to serve and protect us… as Hillary Clinton wants to [by running for] president,” she recalled her son said when she visited him.
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