Hillary Clinton sent and received “several dozen” e-mails on an unsecure private server containing information so classified they were considered “above top secret,” according to Intelligence Inspector General Charles McCullough.
McCullough told the Senate Intelligence and Foreign Affairs committees Clinton had sent dozens of emails containing sensitive information so secret that most senators are not even allowed to read them.
“To date, I have received two sworn declarations from one [intelligence community] element,” McCullough wrote in a letter obtained by Fox News. “These declarations cover several dozen emails containing classified information determined by the IC element to be at the confidential, secret, and top secret/sap levels.”
Experts say Hillary’s reckless actions compromised national security, including top-secret information about CIA agents, spies and moles who work undercover.
Clinton has defended her use of a private email server during her stint as Secretary of State (from 2009 to 2013) by insisting she never sent emails that were “marked classified.” Of course, just because something is not “mark classified” doesn’t mean it isn’t.
Besides, Hillary bypassed the security mechanism by which her emails would be “marked” classified or unclassified when she chose to use an unsecured private email server to send and receive all her work-related emails.
A review of emails from Clinton’s personal account showed she exchanged tens of thousands of e-mails with lots of people — including celebrities like Ben Affleck and Lady Gaga — preceding the terrorist attacks that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens, Foreign Service Officer Sean Smith, and two Navy SEALS: Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty.
However, there wasn’t a single email exchange between Clinton and Ambassador Stevens despite his repeated requests for more security.
In the months preceding his death at the hands of Libyan terrorists, Ambassador Stevens and State Department personnel in Libya made 600 requests to Clinton’s official government email address begging for more security, all of which were either ignored or rejected.
At the Benghazi Senate hearings in November 2015, Clinton said she thought Stevens’ 600 desperate email pleas were jokes. “One of the great attributes that Chris Stevens had was a really good sense of humor,” said Clinton. “And I just see him smiling as he’s typing this.”
Clinton has come under fire for using a personal email address linked to a private server located in her New York home while serving as Secretary of State. Critics say her poor judgment made her emails vulnerable to hacking by enemies of the United States. In fact, Russian hackers tried to hack Hillary’s personal email account at least five times in 2011.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a former U.S. Attorney, said Clinton should be prosecuted and jailed for treason. “The fact is that she had a private email server in her basement using national security secrets running through it,” said Gov. Christie. “It could have been hacked by the Russians, the Chinese, or two 18-year-olds wanting to have some fun.”