That’s why they called it “unsecure”.
Hillary is a shrewd politician but a real dumbass when it came to security issues. She was singing “If I Had a Hammer” when she destroyed her iPhones, Ipads, MaxiPads and servers (including the kid who aided her), but she’ll be singing “The Folsom Prison Blues” when all of these hidden security breaches are made public.
I think Lindsay Graham is going to have a ball with her, and it’s not the dancing kind. Hopefully the “The Three Amigos” or “4 Musketeers” of the House - Nunez, Meadows, Jordan and Gomert - get her subpoenaed before them. It will be like Custer at Little Big Horn and known as “The Massacre at Cankles Gulch”.
Hillary put the “B” in “Bitch”, “Bitter” and “Betrayal”. The Republicans are going to dot the “T” of Treason/Traitor and the “3Cs” of “Crooked Criminal Clinton”.
Long live Judicial Watch - doing the job that the cowardly Republicans were supposed to do (with a few honorable exceptions).
Take no crap from Commie Nadler, Egomaniac Cummings, Insane Clyburn, and AIOOHFM Adam Schiff (Absolutely Insane Out Of His Fu*king Mind Schiff).
We no longer control the House but we control the Senate and it is time to “Lock and Load, Aim and Fire” at the Deep State and show them no mercy. Traitors and fools don’t deserve any.
How much did the Clinton Foundation get for her negligence?
In a letter to lawmakers, the intelligence communitys internal watchdog says some of Clintons emails contained information classified Top Secret/Special Access Program, a secrecy designation that includes some of the most closely held U.S. intelligence matters.Hillary Clinton Emails Held Info Beyond Top Secret: IG
Special Access Programs (SAPs) in the U.S. Federal Government are security protocols that provide highly classified information with safeguards and access restrictions that exceed those for regular (collateral) classified information. SAPs can range from black projects to routine but especially-sensitive operations, such as COMSEC maintenance or Presidential transportation support. In addition to collateral controls, a SAP may impose more stringent investigative or adjudicative requirements, specialized nondisclosure agreements, special terminology or markings, exclusion from standard contract investigations (carve-outs), and centralized billet systems. Within the Department of Defense, SAP is better known as "SAR" by the mandatory Special Access Required (SAR) markings.: Special access program