There isn’t anywhere near enough money in blogging for me to sit through a Democrat debate. I’d rather spend a few hours listening to fingernails scratching a chalkboard. Thankfully, I don’t have to make the choice. Plus, it’s not like Democrat debates are known for any “gotcha” questions by the press that might force the candidates to actually answer the questions so many of us have. So I doubt that Hillary Clinton was pressed about the latest in her Email scandal. Or if she was, I’m sure they let her get away with saying it’s all just part of the right wing conspiracy. Never mind how she and her staff put national security at risk by sending classified information around from one unsecured email address to another.
But new information from Judicial Watch shows that Clinton’s personal email wasn’t the only one that had classified and top secret material. There was a wide breach in the Clinton State Department.
According to the government watchdog organization, “Clinton and her top aides, deputy chiefs of staff Huma Abedin and Jake Sullivan, received and sent classified information on their non-state.gov email accounts.”
So how many others did the same? It might take less time to name those who didn’t. Fox News reports that a second source said “the number of accounts involved could be as high as 30 and reflects how the intelligence was broadly shared, replied to, and copied to individuals using the unsecured server.”
Did all the people who had access to this “broadly shared” intelligence have the proper security clearances to handle the information they were seeing? It’s a legitimate question.
Some of the emails that were available to the many account holders were the emails that the State Department has said are “too damaging” to release to the public. Voters deserve to know the kind of State Department that Clinton ran. (Read More)
Well, if Hillary and her lapdogs in the press have their way the public won’t know what kind of State Department she ran.And I have a better chance of winning the Power Ball than seeing any of these people go to jail.