Clinton’s Potty Server Emails Endangered Lives…What Difference Does It Make?

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Investigative reporter Catherine Herridge said that the notes of the Clinton interview about her highly classified emails “definitely” involved human spies. Hillary obviously didn’t care about the people involved and there are those in the intelligence community who have said spies have disappeared — they blame her. She shared this confidential information with her staff — up to 12 people for some of the emails — though they didn’t have the proper clearance. Her lawyers and the tech guys had access.

The FBI handed the heavily redacted notes from the Hillary Clinton interview to the House Oversight Committee. The Republican Chairman said he doesn’t have sufficient clearance to read the notes which referred to highly classified information that was in the emails.

“As the chairman of the chief investigative body in the House, it is significant I can’t even read these documents in their entirety,” Rep. Jason Chaffetz of Utah told Fox News. “This shows how dangerous it was to have this intelligence, highly classified to this day, on the former secretary’s unsecured personal server where it was vulnerable.”

The notes are not only heavily redacted but they must be held and read by members of Congress in a separate and secure facility in Capitol Hill.

This is information she had on a bathroom server which sent emails over the open Internet.

“This information being highly classified according to the FBI is in direct conflict with what the State Department and Ms. Clinton have said is on the server. You could not have it both ways,” former military intelligence officer Tony Shaffer said. “You cannot say one day this is unclassified ‘nothing to see here’ and the next day, only certain people can see this and you must not be able to take it outside of a secure facility.”

Clinton was interviewed — specifically — by the FBI about her handling of 22 top secret emails, which included some of the government’s most closely held government programs known as special access programs. This information is so secure that the intelligence community would see the release as too damaging to national security to make public, even redacted.

This is information that often concerns human spying. She put people’ lives in danger.

Three of the Clinton emails had classified markings but FBI Director James Comey made it clear that all this material is deemed classified.

The Oversight Committee has also pointed out Hillary’s perjury during her Benghazi testimony which they have forwarded to Comey and which will be summarily discarded in the rotating file.

She even looked at her notes when she said the following.

 

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