BREAKING: U.S. intel preparing for massive breach of classified data in Hillary Clinton emails

The U.S. intelligence community is bracing for the possibility that former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s private email account contains hundreds of revelations of classified information from spy agencies and is taking steps to contain any damage to national security, according to documents and interviews Thursday.


The top lawmakers on the House and Senate intelligence committee have been notified in recent days that the extent of classified information on Mrs. Clinton’s private email server was likely far more extensive than the four emails publicly acknowledged last week as containing some sensitive spy agency secrets.


Hillary Clinton emails: U.S. intelligence preparing for massive breach of classified data – Washington Times




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  • TheGhostofBelleStarr

    How many ways has this bieeetch put this nation at risk trying to hide her own nefarious actions

    • ThereAintNoJustice

      You have to remember that she’s only a woman doing the best she can. Give her a break! Ask yourself if you would entrust secrets or even confidential information to her. After all, she obviously doesn’t think she ever handled such classified material or what would even be considered classified.

      • FreedomEcho

        Remember the Rose Law Firm. (Face plant on desk). We’ve watched this all before. This is a re-run of a “Meet The Clintons” episode from 1995.

        • ThereAintNoJustice

          Well, she and her accomplice got away with it then despite all the evidence. She’s depending on us to forget it along with her base which already has.

  • kilshaw

    A regular person who takes a thumb drive into a work center that processes classified material can have it confiscated where it then becomes property of the government. We now know that the hard drives on her servers once or still do contain at least five emails containing classified information. Knowing the way an email server works, those five emails came from or were sent to five other addresses (most likely hosted on other servers, whether public, private, official or otherwise). Since her server would not have been able to connect to classified networks from her home (assuming someone didn’t break the law in order to set up government encryption devices on a non accredited system in a non secure area), that means that her servers and the servers hosting the five accounts that the emails were either sent from or sent to, in addition to any client devices used to access said messages (handhelds, laptops, desktops, etc.) all need to be seized, analyzed, scrubbed and possibly destroyed in addition to appropriate legal action against the owners of said accounts if there were found to be breaking the law.

  • Chas

    No one is above the law. The Attorney General needs to immediately open an investigation, the FBI seize the Hellery’s server, and prosecute. She has jeopardized
    the security of the United States and safety of its citizens.

    • FreedomEcho

      This is all great but you have forgotten that the lunatics are running the asylum.

  • mustang

    One would have to be so inane or such a complete clinton sycophant not to believe that hillary’s server was not comprised. Furthermore, one would have to habe the same characteristics to believe she did not delete top secret emails out of the 33000 she said she deleted.