New emails show Hillary Clinton and her aides had classified information on non-government email accounts according to a release of 562 of her emails. Her aides could certainly be indicted. Maybe they will turn state’s evidence and karma will finally catch up to her. Among the emails are 84 that are classified and 3 marked Top Secret.
How can that be? She said there weren’t any.
Judicial Watch on Tuesday published emails it received through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit which show that Clinton’s State Department chief of staff, Cheryl Mills, sent a message in 2014 to Sec. of State John Kerry’s chief of staff indicating that the agency had inquired about emails from Clinton’s personal email account in July of that year. That was three months before the liar Hillary said they were requested.
Judicial Watch also published emails concerning Whitewater which show that her slithery corrupt practices go way back.
A former CIA officer serving jail time for leaking documents to the New York Times accused federal officials of setting a double standard by apparently refusing to aggressively prosecute Hillary Clinton, the hill reported.
Clinton was “a high ranking official who should know better, but completely given a pass, and almost an apologetic pass,” Jeffrey Sterling, who was found guilty of leaking classified information to Times reporter James Risen last year, said in an interview with the Washington Post published on Monday.
“So how should us regular citizens feel, especially with heightened concerns about national security?”
The latest batch of emails dating back to Hillary Clinton’s tenure as U.S. secretary of state shows her appearing to lobby members of the Senate on controversial trade bills and her office communicating with the New York Times about holding a sensitive article, the IBTimes reported.
The NY Times is a bad joke.
Saudi Arabia were huge donors to the Clinton money laundering Foundation and Hillary celebrated the arms deal with them soon after.
Emails show Clinton aides celebrating huge arms deal for Saudi dictators – who gave huge to Clinton Foundation https://t.co/C4yYoTnitO
— David Sirota (@davidsirota) February 22, 2016
Hillary even had a hand in selecting the lapdog, I mean watchdog – the Inspector General.
“Yesterday Cheryl approved nominating [redacted],” wrote Margaret Carpenter, who then served as Clinton’s senior adviser on political appointments, in a March 3, 2010 email to under secretary for management, Patrick Kennedy. Copied on the email was the Cheryl who was likely referenced in the email — Clinton chief of staff Cheryl Mills — and several State Department liaisons to the White House.
“Since these are unusual appointments and each has to be handled in a different way, can you please call me to discuss how we proceed?” Carpenter asked.
The number of emails now deemed classified stands at 1,731.
Still, some love her and either don’t believe she’s corrupt or don’t care.
It was like pulling teeth, but Secretary of State John Kerry admitted to Ron Johnson that he “wouldn’t let the State Department staff use a private server.” Even he knows it’s inappropriate.
“We have very specific procedures in place in the department,” Kerry said. “I brought in an inspector general. I wrote a letter to inspector general asking him to review our entire process. And so, in today’s world, given all that we have learned and what we understand about the vulnerability of our system, we don’t do that. No.”