Everything You Need to Know About Hillary’s Emails


The nation waits for tens of thousands of emails to be released from Hillary Clinton’s time as Secretary of State. They will come slowly from now until January and will be dissected by various media outlets. It will be a slow drip, drip, drip of information that will not help her campaign.

The GOP posted this infographic which makes one thing clear, Hillary Clinton had no regard for the security of the nation, at least not when it came to her own personal privacy.


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Four emails publicly acknowledged last week as containing some sensitive spy agency secrets were in the first batch of released emails after she erased tens of thousands of emails with god knows what on them.

The second batch of emails show her to be a ‘small-minded politician’ according to the Washington Post and they are heavily redacted.

The Daily Mail uncovered 41 messages that were marked classified by State Department inspectors. They were either partially or wholly classified before their release.

One message summarized a meeting with top State Department deputies and assistant secretaries that included talk about embassy security while others dealt with Russia, Myanmar, Afghanistan, Georgia, Honduras and other diplomatic flare-up locations.

Clinton continues to claim she never sent classified materials in her private email that was housed on her own personal home-brew upstate New York server.

The Washington Times reported on July 30th that the U.S. intelligence community is bracing for the possibility that former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s private email account contains hundreds of revelations of classified information from spy agencies.

The top lawmakers on the House and Senate intelligence committee have also been notified in recent days that the extent of classified information on Mrs. Clinton’s private email server was likely far more extensive than four emails.

Two months of missing Libya emails coincide with the escalating violence in the now-failed state. This was during the lead-up to the attack on the Benghazi consulate.

The Daily Beast reported last Tuesday that no emails between Clinton and her State Department staff for the months of May and June 2012 are among the estimated 2,000 messages that have been released from the Democratic presidential frontrunner’s account.

Hillary Clinton will make the claim that they weren’t classified at the time she sent them though that is only true of some of them. They looked like classified information whether they had markings or not and she should have known not to send them out.

Catherine Herridge received an email chain of Mrs. Clinton’s emails in mid-June showing that in 2011 she discussed the negotiations to set up a no-fly zone over Libya as part of the effort to topple Muhammar Gaddafi.

The emails dealt with a military operation as well as administration strategy. Catherine Herridge said, “Current and foreign government officials say that is the most valuable information a foreign intelligence service could steal.”

Hillary Clinton’s lawyer has the classified data on a flash drive and, amazingly, the government hasn’t issued a warrant to seize it. Why does a lawyer have classified information?

Most intelligence officials believe the Russians or Chinese hacked Clinton’s server.

Mike Morell, the former CIA head was on the Hugh Hewitt show in May.

Hewitt asked as a professional matter if he – Morell – believed “at least one or maybe many foreign intelligence users, services have everything that went to and from that server?”

Morell said, “So I think that foreign intelligence services, the good ones, the good ones, have everything on any unclassified network that the government uses, whether it’s a private server or a public one. They’re that good.”

Hewitt said, “So that’s a yes?”

Morrell answered, “Yup.”

Listen to General Flynn discuss the situation of possible hacking. He said he would have certainly been fired if he did what Hillary did.


  1. Hillary’s sin was in not turning over the emails every day while she was in office. Proper classification depends on them being presented to the analysts in a timely fashion, NOT TWO YEARS AFTER LEAVING OFFICE. No one is pointing that out.

  2. I hate that when I glanced at it, I read it as, “Hilarious Emails.”

    That being said, as condemning as this SHOULD be…there will STILL be people who will vote for her either not knowing all this or not caring, ultimately because she’s a woman and/or a Clinton. :/

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