Latest Hillary Email Info Removes All Doubt That She Should Be Indicted and Convicted

Hillary, AMB Stevens, MEME
Hillary, AMB Stevens, MEME

  • NBC News‘ headline: “Hillary Clinton Emails Held Info Beyond Top Secret”
  • Some of Hillary’s emails contained information so specialized and top-secret that the Inspector General who has been investigating needed special clearance to even evaluate them
  • “The declarations cover ‘several dozen emails containing classified information determined by the IC element to be at the CONFIDENTIAL, SECRET and TOP SECRET/SAP information’”
  • Hillary’s campaign responded with the standard line that they weren’t marked classified at the time

This is utterly astonishing. She said there were only yoga and wedding-planning emails. Now the folks examining them need to be given special authority to even SEE them because the information is at such a high level of classification. If she isn’t prosecuted for this egregious violation of national security protocols it will be a staggering injustice.

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