Bombshell: Hillary e-mails may have exposed human intel source

posted at 4:41 pm on January 22, 2016 by Ed Morrissey

If true, the latest revelation about Hillary Clinton’s secret e-mail system goes way beyond “smoking gun.” It reaches the level of full core meltdown when it comes to US national security and the safety of American intel sources. Fox News reporters Catherine Herridge report that the Inspector General has noted that information in one or more e-mails contained information classified as “HCS-O,” denoting extraordinarily sensitive material that could put a human intel source at high risk if exposed:

At least one of the emails on Hillary Clinton’s private server contained extremely sensitive information identified by an intelligence agency as “HCS-O,” which is the code used for reporting on human intelligence sources in ongoing operations, according to two sources not authorized to speak on the record.

Both sources are familiar with the intelligence community inspector general’s January 14 letter to Congress, advising the Oversight committees that intelligence beyond Top Secret — known as Special Access Program (SAP) — was identified in the Clinton emails, as well the supporting documents from the affected agencies that owned the information and have final say on classification.

According to a December 2013 policy document released by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence: “The HSC-0 compartment (Operations) is used to protect exceptionally fragile and unique IC (intelligence community) clandestine HUMINT operations and methods that are not intended for dissemination outside of the originating agency.”

It is not publicly known whether the information contained in the Clinton emails also revealed who the human source was, their nationality or affiliation.

According to the Authorized Classification and Control Markings Register, the HCS classification applies to human intelligence (HUMINT) that is also classified at the SCI level — Sensitive Compartmented Information. The SCI classification is itself another form of higher classification; we first saw this come up in the context of Hillary’s e-mail system last summer, when Top Secret/Compartmented data from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) and NSA showed up in her e-mails. That dealt with satellite data about North Korea’s nuclear program, and the exposure of that data could have allowed our enemies the ability to render our satellite data-collection capabilities useless.

If Hillary’s server transmitted and retained SCI/HCS in an unsecured and unauthorized manner, the US would be very lucky to still have that source available to us. This goes beyond gross negligence; it demonstrates an utter contempt not only for national security, but for the risks faced by those who gather intelligence and cooperate with the US to safeguard the country.

Herridge and Browne also report that IG Charles McCullough has briefed key members of Congress on just how much this was not just an “interagency dispute” over publicly discussed topics:

The source said that the “several dozen” refers to the main or principal email thread identified by reviewers, not the number of times that classified information was forwarded, replied to or copied to people who did not have a “need-to-know” using unsecured communication channels — in this case a personal server.  More than one Special Access Program was affected. …

The two declarations provided to the heads of the House and Senate Intelligence committees — as well as the leadership of Senate Foreign Affairs with oversight for the State Department — include the emails containing SAP intelligence, as well as supporting documents from the agency affected, showing how they reached the determination it came from one of its sources, and not from publicly available information.

The originators of this information would know precisely what came from sources in the clear, and which came from their most sensitive data. The question will be whether the FBI has also mapped out the manner in which this information got manipulated into unsecured systems so that the Secretary of State could hide her communications from Congress and the courts, and whether the Department of Justice will prosecute what might be the worst spillage outside of a purposeful espionage effort in recent memory, if not ever.

Update: Robert Gates told Hugh Hewitt yesterday that the “odds are pretty high” that Russia, China, and Iran had compromised Hillary’s home-brew server:

HH: One of your colleagues, Mike Morell, said on this program, or actually agreed with my assertion that almost certainly, Russians, Chinese and Iranians had compromised the home brew server of the former Secretary of State. He agreed with that. Do you agree with his assessment of my assessment?

RG: Well, given the fact that the Pentagon acknowledges that they get attacked about 100,000 times a day, I think the odds are pretty high.

HH: And so if they had real time access to her server, would that have compromised national security?

RG: Well, again, it would depend entirely on what she put on there. And I just, I haven’t read any of these emails, so I don’t know what was on those servers.

 

If it’s SCI and HSC information, then the clear answer is yes.


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And here’s the telling question for Tlaloc: Assume that they can prove that Hillary did, in fact, have all these breaches of security. Not a question of evidence, it’s proven.

Should she go to jail, in your opinion? Or does selling state secrets to the highest bidder and revealing the names of our spies to their governments for capture, torture, and death a-ok with you, as long as it is American interests being harmed?

I suspect the latter. Heaven knows if the US captured a Russian spy, you would agitate for his or her release.

Vanceone on January 22, 2016 at 7:13 PM

Want to ask me what I’d do if Dinosaurs secretly survived underground and are poised to return to the surface?

Seriously, your second paragraph there was such a bunch of claptrap 9even if we accept the first paragraph for the sake of argument) that you completely beclowned yourself.

Tlaloc on January 22, 2016 at 7:36 PM

I didn’t. I didn’t QUOTE you as using the word significant. You sarcastically claimed that 67% was “often” – that’s completely inline with my paraphrasing of your claim.

blink on January 22, 2016 at 7:17 PM

Are you sure I was sarcastic? Because if I was that means I don’t think 67% is actually often in which case your entire argument goes down in flames.

Tlaloc on January 22, 2016 at 7:38 PM

Then we have idiots like Tiaioc that try to argue about it from the position of cluelessness.

So funny.

blink on January 22, 2016 at 7:24 PM

true :)
now remembering dealing with decertifying a prp for a drunk in my platoon. what a pita that was.
all this happened months after nato site 5 got filmed by people on terror lists. total security breakdown. dod cleared them and allowed them in army copters to make film about security of moving items vital to national defense.
so they hovered over the site and gained intel.
irony…
fun times :(

dmacleo on January 22, 2016 at 7:38 PM

I note you didn’t bother to deny that you were on the side of the North Koreans, the north vietnamese, Noriega, and Saddam in their wars against the US.

There’s lots of dead Germans and Japanese who would probably disagree that the US was a force for good.

Just like there are a bunch of Aztec priests who would curse Cortez’s interference with their religious ceremonies.

They were both evil though. And you know who kills the most “brown people?” Places and governments you admire and praise.

Unless you wish to claim that ISIS is being treated unfairly, or Al Qaeda? I’m sure you probably would, though, in your incessant “America is the most vile, evil country ever to arise on the face of the planet!” zeal.

Vanceone on January 22, 2016 at 7:23 PM

I don’t feel particularly compelled to refute each and every one of your ridiculous delusions, that’s the only thing you got right above.

Tlaloc on January 22, 2016 at 7:40 PM

In short, you cannot refute my statements that you side with the enemies of America. Got it.

Vanceone on January 22, 2016 at 7:52 PM

In short, you cannot refute my statements that you side with the enemies of America. Got it.

Vanceone on January 22, 2016 at 7:52 PM

Of course I could, but why should I? It’s not like you’d believe me anyway…

You’ve always been at war with Eastasia.

Tlaloc on January 22, 2016 at 7:54 PM

Of course I could, but why should I? It’s not like you’d believe me anyway…

Tlaloc on January 22, 2016 at 7:54 PM

Yeah, weird to think that people would have a hard time believing somebody who consistently lies about what other people say in an attempt to discredit them. Or at least it might seem weird to you, but not the rest of us, who recognize you as the same people who exterminated 12 million people in Europe.

The Schaef on January 22, 2016 at 8:00 PM

Yeah, weird to think that people would have a hard time believing somebody who consistently lies about what other people say in an attempt to discredit them. Or at least it might seem weird to you, but not the rest of us, who recognize you as the same people who exterminated 12 million people in Europe.

The Schaef on January 22, 2016 at 8:00 PM

I love how you infer that I lie about others and then you say I’m responsible for genocide in Europe. Recognizing irony is not your strong suit, apparently.

Tlaloc on January 22, 2016 at 8:05 PM

I love how you infer that I lie about others and then you say I’m responsible for genocide in Europe. Recognizing irony is not your strong suit, apparently.

Tlaloc on January 22, 2016 at 8:05 PM

I don’t see what the problem is. I got this logic from you, and it says I am entirely right to lay the blame at your feet.

The Schaef on January 22, 2016 at 8:11 PM

I don’t see what the problem is. I got this logic from you, and it says I am entirely right to lay the blame at your feet.

The Schaef on January 22, 2016 at 8:11 PM

You should probably read the instruction manual then, because you seem to be using it wrong.

Tlaloc on January 22, 2016 at 8:16 PM

You should probably read the instruction manual then, because you seem to be using it wrong.

Tlaloc on January 22, 2016 at 8:16 PM

No, I am using it exactly right. There is a group of people that includes you and them. The fact that you are in two different subsets of that group is not relevant. The fact that there are no persons belonging to both of those subsets, is again not relevant.

So start apologizing to all those Holocaust survivors.

The Schaef on January 22, 2016 at 8:24 PM

So start apologizing to all those Holocaust survivors.

The Schaef on January 22, 2016 at 8:24 PM

to holocaust survivors: I’m sorry Schaef is dumb enough to think this was an effective attack.

Tlaloc on January 22, 2016 at 8:25 PM

The lack of justice at the Dept of Justice is a carnival show.
“Step right up ladies and gentlemen and marvel at our Two Tiered Justice System”
“Yesireee take a long envious look at Sen/Sec/Mrs Clinton as she waltzes past criminal charges that would get this likes of you and me thrown in the slammer”.
“Hypocrisy ain’t just for dinner anymore”.
“There is no end to the fun and games when the Clinton’s lead the parade”

phadras on January 22, 2016 at 8:34 PM

If your heart beat 67% of the time it was supposed to, do you think that would be “pretty often”?

blink on January 22, 2016 at 8:34 PM

If it did so after someone shot me to try and make it stop, then yeah.

Tlaloc on January 22, 2016 at 8:37 PM

I’m sorry Schaef is dumb enough to think this was an effective attack.

Tlaloc on January 22, 2016 at 8:25 PM

I didn’t think this was an effective attack. YOU DID.

If you’re saying it would be dumb to argue with people the way you do, I’d have a hard time disagreeing with that. But it’s good that you decided to make that point yourself.

The Schaef on January 22, 2016 at 8:40 PM

I hope the person didn’t die, like the ones Aldrich Ames exposed.

unclesmrgol on January 22, 2016 at 8:46 PM

The longer the FBI waits to file charges the more corrupt they look. Just one mishandled file is a felony. She has thousands. And the DOJ is silent.

Iblis on January 22, 2016 at 8:49 PM

Let us use logic to see how Tlaloc has, by his own admission, confessed that he is Anti-American.

1) Tlaloc says that no Medal of Honor winner did anything respectable or deserving of praise.
2) Tlaloc says that the only military branch that is any good is the Coast Guard, and the rest have done far, far more bad than good.

When asked if even military members who voluntarily jump on grenades to save their fellow soldiers lives; he denies they did anything good. There is only two options there: the soldier saves his fellows lives, or let’s them die. If saving their lives is not honorable or respectable, then clearly Tlaloc would prefer the other option: that all of them die. That is clearly more honorable and respectable in Tlalocs opinion. Thus, he favors more American soldiers, sailors, and airmen to die. Simple logic.

Next: Tlalco argues that outside of a very few, unnamed acts of good the military does, they are a force for ill in the world, since WWII. The US military has been engaged in several conflicts since WWII. Clearly, they are the majority of US military action–Korean war, Vietnam, Grenada, Panama, Gulf Wars I and II, and Afghanistan. They have done other things like humanitarian or pirate control, but since Tlaloc praises the Coast Guard, it is almost certain that the “Good” things the US military has done will be found there, in his eyes.

Thus, the US was wrong to be involved with Vietnam, Korea, Saddam, Noriega, and the Taliban/Al Qaeda, Maybe he will say one or two were good, but per his own statement, most actions of the US militarily since WWII have been wrong. Ergo, he MUST consider many if not all of these wars to be wrongly fought. The US involvement is considered by Tlaloc to be actively bad. Coupled with his expressed desire to see more dead US military personnel, Logic dictates that Tlaloc supports the enemies of the US in the Korean, Vietnam, Gulf wars, and more.

The other war, the Cold War, follows the same logic. Tlaloc thinks we should have lost that war. Logic so concludes.

Refute that, Tlaloc.

Vanceone on January 22, 2016 at 9:04 PM

“This goes beyond gross negligence; it demonstrates an utter contempt not only for national security, but for the risks faced by those who gather intelligence and cooperate with the US to safeguard the country.”

Too bad this isn’t an election year…

… Oh, Wait!

Seven Percent Solution on January 22, 2016 at 9:08 PM

Hillary could bite the head off a kitten on live TV and she’d have the MSM, PP etc rushing to defend her “reasons for doing so”.

Clink on January 22, 2016 at 7:59 PM

You know that kitten had it coming.

MJBrutus on January 22, 2016 at 9:09 PM

By the way: Being on the side of North Korea, North Vietnam, the Soviet Union, and Saddam Hussein during the Gulf Wars is objectively Anti-American.

And the fact you desperately try to dismiss these arguments only on your bald assertion, with no proof anywhere that you have, in fact, supported the US is rather damning on your part.

Vanceone on January 22, 2016 at 9:10 PM

Meh. It doesn’t matter.

We’re far past the threshold for prosecuting her. It’s just that now we’re banging our heads against the decision that was made NOT to prosecute her. Additional evidence is moot.

bofh on January 22, 2016 at 9:10 PM

There are some former/retired/current military members here that are familiar with “SAP” and other SAR programs. And they all are beginning to develop a sick horrible feeling contemplating the consequences of any possible compromise of any those programs.

And if you are familiar with those programs you remain aware that even decades after you leave/retire from the military that you never, EVER discuss any of the details of those programs because people could still die, or most likely will die.

It’s a 100% certainty every bit of information she had on her computer, classified or otherwise, was compromised by one or all of Chinese, Russian, and Iranian hackers.

Right now, today, this minute, there are people in the intelligence community who already know the consequences of her compromise.

If we’re lucky maybe we just lost access to a non-human source, we lost a phone tap or a computer hack that was giving us good intel.

More likely someone helping us in Iran, Russia and/or China, et al, is already dead or still dying.

Those people who already know the consequence of Mrs. Clinton’s callous attitude to anyone not named Clinton will eventually testify at her trial.

It’s way, WAY too big to cover up.

E9RET on January 22, 2016 at 9:16 PM

Those people who already know the consequence of Mrs. Clinton’s callous attitude to anyone not named Clinton will eventually testify at her trial.

It’s way, WAY too big to cover up.

E9RET on January 22, 2016 at 9:16 PM

Clinton = Too big to fail.

bofh on January 22, 2016 at 9:21 PM

At this hour, he’s probably long gone, and tomorrow he’ll act like none of the things that happened here, ever were.

The Schaef on January 22, 2016 at 9:32 PM

Photo is her Jedi mind trick pose. “I am not the felon you’re looking for. Move along.”

talkingpoints on January 22, 2016 at 9:42 PM

E9RET on January 22, 2016 at 9:16 PM

Thank you for your service Command Sergeant Major. Men with your experience are what made the Army work.

Vince on January 22, 2016 at 9:44 PM

All these bombshell revelations and Hillary hasn’t been arrested yet.

I suspect we’re not going to see anything more than embarrassment and discomfort happen to Hillary Clinton until after Donald Trump is inaugurated.

Aitch748 on January 22, 2016 at 9:50 PM

She’s a total disaster in every way. Too big to fail like hell. If the President gives her a pass on this, History will not judge him kindly.

Kenosha Kid on January 22, 2016 at 10:01 PM

And typically, once chased in a corner, the child-drowner leaves.

itsspideyman on January 22, 2016 at 10:14 PM

She’s a total disaster in every way. Too big to fail like hell. If the President gives her a pass on this, History will not judge him kindly.

Kenosha Kid on January 22, 2016 at 10:01 PM

lol, like Caligula, Chavez, Bin Laden gives a shit. The damage was done. In this case, lubed up by the most worthless congress in generations.

arnold ziffel on January 22, 2016 at 10:18 PM

Why does Dreadloc have this creepy obsession to make bad arguments on every forum about Orange Killary.

Huh…

22044 on January 22, 2016 at 10:18 PM

I love it when you make that case, because it’s the perfect opening for me to say- so why haven’t you been able to get an indictment?

Tlaloc on January 22, 2016 at 6:07 PM

Because the FBI has not yet completed its investigation, which it has expanded to include possible corruption and bribery relative to the Clinton Foundation. Those in the know believe that the FBI will complete at least part of its investigation and refer the matter to DOJ within 6-8 weeks. If Director Comey includes a recommendation for prosecution, it will first be decided by the Deputy AG. Then, Loretta Lynch will get the file.

If DOJ concludes that it is more than likely that Hillary Clinton, Cheryl Mills, Huma Abedin, Philippe Reines, and/or Bryan Pagliano, who has already taken the 5th, violated the Federal Records Act, the Espionage Act, or any other crime, including perjury and obstruction of justice, then they will present the case to a grand jury. If there is a current grand jury sitting in DC, it would likely get the case depending upon any expiration date. If not, then there will be a new grand jury convened.

And, don’t take any comfort in Hillary’s claim that she has not yet been questioned by the FBI. Those at the very centre of any criminal investigation are ALWAYS the last to be interviewed – one perk of this process is that it allows lying liars to arrogantly stroll into a perjury trap.

If any reporter had balls, they’d ask Mrs Clinton whether or not she has received a target letter yet.

BTW: If you think that Lynch and Obama can invoke ‘prosecutorial discretion’ and get away with it in this case, you have absolutely no idea what kind of shitstorm will hit the Democratic Party. It would be fvcking Watergate stuff. And, don’t ever forget that there are a lot of ethical people with a great deal of integrity that work in the DOJ, the FBI, and the Intel Community. If they believe Clinton committed a crime and is not prosecuted, Obama and Hillary will need a lot more than Nixon’s plumbers. They are going to need all of the sand in the Sahara to bag the deluge of leaks and documentation that will explode across the media.

Just remember that FBI Director James Comey threatened to resign from his position in the DOJ if Cheney & Company succeeded in getting a hospitalised Attorney General John Ashcroft to sign off on a matter that he believed was unconstitutional. He is a straight shooter and doesn’t fvck around. If Hillary Clinton committed a crime dealing with the inappropriate receipt, possession, or transference of highly sensitive or classified information, Comey will resign before he allows a rich, white, powerful, elitist woman to get away with what would put a young, black, gay male, who is just a middle-level analyst in any agency dealing with such info, in a maximum security prison for decades.

Lime in the Coconut
on January 22, 2016 at 6:35 PM

Concise summation…Well said.

But don’t expect Lumpy(Tlaloc) to respond, unless he follows his usual pattern and returns to the thread after it has already been given last rites.

tanked59 on January 22, 2016 at 10:27 PM

Bombshell: Hillary e-mails may have exposed human intel source

No one (with the ability to do anything about it) cares.

No one cared when Dick Durbin did it.
No one cared when Jim McDemiitt did it.
No one cares when the New York Times does it.

Especially, no one cares when Hillary does it.

The only time that anyone cared was when Scooter Libby Didn’t do it to a non-intel source.

LegendHasIt on January 22, 2016 at 11:01 PM

OMG Hillary has been indited on criminal charges!!! Up now on Drudge….

sonnyspats1 on January 22, 2016 at 11:06 PM

Question for the informed: there’s speculation that Iran has gained the technology to spoof our military GPS, giving them the ability to disrupt or even take over control of our assets, including drones and small boats…at least.
Could our illustrious Secretary of State and anointed POTUS-to-be have had access to such information?

Kenz on January 22, 2016 at 11:17 PM

….military GPS, …….
Could our illustrious Secretary of State and anointed POTUS-to-be have had access to such information?
Kenz on January 22, 2016 at 11:17 PM

Had access to it? Heck, it was part of the package she and Bill sold to the Chinese twenty years ago.

LegendHasIt on January 22, 2016 at 11:30 PM

What people mean is that additional protections can be put in place above the Top Secret classification level. In other words, someone with a normal TS clearance can’t access SCI information simply because someone with access deems them to have a need to know. The extra requirements are often described generically as “higher” than TS.

blink on January 22, 2016 at 5:20 PM

An ignorant statement if I ever heard one. Is something that is classified C/SCI/NOFORN higher than Top Secret? No, it is still confidential. And such information exists in SCI, SAP and Q.

jerryofva on January 22, 2016 at 11:36 PM

so why haven’t you been able to get an indictment?
Tlaloc on January 22, 2016 at 6:07 PM

And all those unindicted cops that kill..? Do explain.

Above the law. Phuck you.

CWforFreedom on January 22, 2016 at 11:38 PM

Bombshell: Hillary e-mails may have exposed human intel source

“Rules are for the little people.

Now, get me my crown and be gone.”

Bruno Strozek on January 22, 2016 at 11:43 PM

HAHAHA ALL YOU3 DEBATING IS BELONG TO US. TRUMPINISTAS!

sonnyspats1 on January 22, 2016 at 11:43 PM

Sonny…put the bottle down.

CWforFreedom on January 22, 2016 at 11:44 PM

Jerry…well, yes, and, no. There are ONLY three classification brackets but within each there are varying levels such as SECRET, SECRET//NOFORN, SECRET//FVEY, etc etc just as there are varying levels of TS info. It depends if you have been “read on” to the program or not or even have a need to know. We could be on the same team and have same clearance of TS/SCI/TK etc but if my mission is in a certain area, I could be “read on” to either a SAP or other program and you could not be thus my clearance or information collected could be considered at a higher level.

Bottom Line: Hillary should be in JAIL right now or awaiting her trial. She broke the law and she KNOWS it!

g2825m on January 22, 2016 at 5:23 PM

Thanks for explaining it to me. /Sarc

Over the course of my career I have been read into SCI, NSA VRKs, dozens of operational and R&D SAPs, Q and the now declassified Byeman Compartment that protected NRO programs. These programs have included numbers of people from less than 50 to me and my 10,000 friends.

jerryofva on January 22, 2016 at 11:48 PM

Bombshell: Hillary e-mails may have exposed human intel source

One night in Orlando, I had to stand there and see a good friend of mine being arrested for possessing a revoked license. He wasn’t driving, and we weren’t even in a vehicle anyway. Cop said that if his license had come through clean, he would have arrested him for inciting a riot (?). In his report, the officer referred to my friend as the “A” (for a$$hole). Judge didn’t even comment on that when he read the report in court. The result? A $15.00 fine.

Basically, the cop didn’t like the way my friend looked, his long hair, etc. and had told him to take off his spiked wrist band because it was “a deadly weapon”. My friend dared to complain to me about it and the cop overheard.

Now, this woman and hundreds more like her commit major crimes from murder on down, and are shielded by their money, connections, the press, their sycophants at large in the general population, and their privileged status (where that comes from exactly, has always been a mystery to me).

And we’re supposed to have faith in this country why exactly?

True, there are others and they suck as much or more, but we have cornered the market on the self-declared status of being the bestest ever. Once upon a time-yes, but we screwed that up long ago. It’s really wearing thin.

Dr. ZhivBlago on January 23, 2016 at 12:02 AM

Richard Nixon was innocent, and shouldn’t have resigned.

Kenny Bania on January 22, 2016 at 6:07 PM

F-IXED.

Del Dolemonte on January 23, 2016 at 12:55 AM

If your heart beat 67% of the time it was supposed to, do you think that would be “pretty often”?

blink on January 22, 2016 at 8:34 PM

If it did so after someone shot me to try and make it stop, then yeah.

Al Bundy on January 22, 2016 at 8:37 PM

F-IXED.

Del Dolemonte on January 23, 2016 at 2:05 AM

Al Bundy on January 22, 2016 at 8:37 PM
Del Dolemonte on January 23, 2016 at 2:05 AM

I think you owe the Ed O’Neill character, and all of us real life Al Bundys an apology for that, Del.

LegendHasIt on January 23, 2016 at 2:27 AM

Ok! Ok! Enough of this. Do we get to taker out to a brick wall OR do we wait until the primary. She appears to be so guilty of so much I just can’t take it any more. The thing is she is just flat out the dumbest Bi— that ever walked to the bar for another drink. She probably did not know she was doing any thing bad then and there for can’t figure out why all the questions now. Am I wrong here but are these the E-mails those that were left over after she scubaed the hard drives clean. If that is the case then one can only guess at what incriminating evidence she got rid of.

The Court System need hard proof, properly presented. Sometimes they can except a preponderance of peripheral evidence as proof. The system takes time and it leans in favor of protecting the accused. This is frustrating but it is a good thing. There is the Court of Public Opinion which excepts the peripheral evidence as proof and operates much faster. It seems to me that this court is taking hold of the case. All indications are that more people and the Democratic Party are no longer caring for and protecting Hillary’s reach for the gold. Every day more are finding her guilty as charged. This is good, It is as it should be.

May Hillary and the Clinton Clan rest in peace. May the USA and all she has stood for and all that many have died for, live on for another 200 years.

jpcpt03 on January 23, 2016 at 4:42 AM

One has to wonder at this point, whether or not our beloved Seal Team 6 was shot down because Hillary had her unsecured server in a bathroom in her house. Now that we KNOW for a FACT that she exposed human intel, maybe this is why The families were convinced that it was an ‘inside job’

I think this might be the smoking gun to end all smoking guns.

Key West Reader on January 23, 2016 at 6:15 AM

Valerie Plame–two years of selective WaPo outrage–wherefore art thou?

Stepan on January 23, 2016 at 7:48 AM

I haven’t read the thread yet.

I’m surprised we’re surprised. I already consider Ambassador Stevens and his team to have died because of her.

If she doesn’t get jail time for this, then there’s no point in having laws, she’s broken them all as far as I can see.

The real question is Why? I’m guessing she is stupid. However Bill and the handlers were using this to pay the foreign donors to the foundation. I’m wondering how the US services didn’t know this. To what extent is Obama Involved? Were they using her to plant information for foreign Powers? How much of this was treasonous on Obama s part and how much misguided? There’s way more to this than Hillary. She’s just a useful idiot.

But this makes her totally unfit to be anything. She is one stupid broad. I say this as an ex Hillary supporter. I thought she had potential. Now I know she doesn’t.

Esperanza on January 23, 2016 at 8:10 AM

That’s also before we start thinking about Huma. Hillary s closest confidant was probably stripping all the marks off the material for her. At the very least she was gaily passing this stuff she must have known was illegal. So we have an inner circle Muslim Brotherhood family member breaking the law and we’re supposed to trust that she wasn’t funneling any back to the US s worst enemies? Even unwittingly? Obama must have known. It’s a set up. Bill must have collateral. Hillary is just the stupid patsy.

I’m not normally a conspiracy theorist but this can ONLY be a set up.

Esperanza on January 23, 2016 at 8:34 AM

So she got a few of our operatives killed. At this point what difference does it make? They probably wouldn’t have voted for her anyway.

Old Country Boy on January 23, 2016 at 9:12 AM

We have evolved into a banana republic.

they lie on January 23, 2016 at 11:04 AM

At this point what difference does it make? The Clintons are a crime syndicate. Has anything ever stopped them from their criminal activities? No, and this little dust up will go absolutely no where.The country can go to hell. The important thing is to protect the party that enables the syndicate. Rush covered this really well yesterday. The party comes before the country, for both parties.

they lie on January 23, 2016 at 11:13 AM

She lies like a Clinton.

SpongePuppy on January 23, 2016 at 1:03 PM

OMG Hillary has been indited on criminal charges!!! Up now on Drudge….

sonnyspats1 on January 22, 2016 at 11:06 PM

Two talking heads from the McLaughlin Group panel do not equal your assessment. SMH. I’ll wager you do not even know what that is, perhaps?

Chicago Tribune Editorial Board member Clarence Page and “McLaughlin Group” host John McLaughlin predicted the FBI will recommend Democratic presidential candidate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton face prosecution for mishandling classified information on Friday.

McLaughlin asked, “Forced prediction for the panel: the FBI will recommend that Hillary Clinton face prosecution for mishandling classified information? That’s the FBI. Yes or no?”

Page stated, “I’m going to say yes, but she won’t be indicted.”

McLaughlin responded, “I’m with you.”

Difficultas_Est_Imperium on January 23, 2016 at 1:56 PM

Bombshell! Hillary arrested by FBI!

Er…..oops. Guess not.

Sherman1864 on January 23, 2016 at 7:15 PM

It’ all in Obama’s hands.

If she doesn’t kiss his butt… and he thinks Biden is ready to go, he’ll kick her cankles out from under her and the FBI will have at her.

He controls Congress, the SCOTUS and is governing by decree. It’s illogical to think that he doesn’t have the FBI on a leash, too.

He’s probably blackmailing her right now to get whatever he wants.

If they make a deal, you could have film of her handing the launch codes to Putin… and nothing will happen to her.

If not, she’s going down, and it will be Biden vs. Trump.

gwgm on January 23, 2016 at 11:12 PM

Definitely not photoshopped: e-mail’s Got You.

justltl on January 24, 2016 at 1:55 AM

I say ‘burn the witch’.

TC

JungleCogs on January 24, 2016 at 9:22 AM

Can’t believe how stupid dems/libs are to continue to support this woman whose a chronic liar and traitor! Endangered human lives, of course she did, remember that 3 am phone call she got regarding Benghazi, she didn’t answer it (event lasted 13 hours). Remember Hillary blaming a video (repeatedly over 12 days to us). Hillary is on record for 12 days repeating the lie about video (during which time she met with victims families so she had to tell them same thing). Now she says she didn’t! Someone needs to do a ad showing her publicly blaming the video (after she met those family members).

soapyjeans on January 25, 2016 at 10:05 AM

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