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More than 1,200 of Hillary Clinton’s emails have now been deemed classified

January 1, 2016

  According to this article from the left-leaning Politico website more than 1,200 emails Hillary Clinton received on her personal email server during her time as Secretary of State have now been deemed classified.

  Here is more:

More than 1,200 emails from Hillary Clinton’s private server during her time at the State Department have now been deemed classified, after the agency publicly released its eighth batch of the messages late Thursday.

The agency released roughly 5,500 more pages of emails from the private email account that Clinton exclusively used during her four years at Foggy Bottom, with an additional 275 messages now upgraded to classified, bringing the total number of retroactively classified emails that moved through Clinton’s unsecured server to 1,274.

While most of those were elevated to the “confidential” level, according to a State Department official, two in the most recent batch were upgraded to the “Secret” level, a more sensitive classification for issues that affect national security.

Hillary Clinton  Hillary Clinton’s supporters are likely to ask what difference at this point does it make? After all, the emails were not marked classified when they were written so what is the problem? No harm no foul, right? Of course these supporters will ignore the fact that certain emails are born classified whether they are marked as such or not.

  Let us face it: it does not take a rocket scientist to understand that if you are sending or receiving emails either from, to, or about other world leaders that the information contained within is sensitive to say the least. Apparently even though she is the smartest woman on the face of the planet she is no rocket scientist.

  But even if we ignore the fact that some emails are born classified even if they are not marked as such this still highlights why Hillary Clinton should not have been sending or receiving any official emails on a homebrew unsecured email server in the first place. Just the potential that some emails could be retroactively deemed classified at some time in the future shows a grave error in judgement on the part of the former Secretary of State and should disqualify her from the Presidency.

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5 Comments leave one →
  1. January 2, 2016 1:32 pm

    I wonder ‘who’s’ actually reading all these emails and determining what’s classified and what isn’t? I’m sure not the ‘high ranking’ officials – but their underlings – given instructions / categories to slot them in.
    How much National Security have the Clinton’s sold, given, traded, just handed over because the Global leaders asked? Movies continue to ‘bring us up’ (social indoctrination / conditioning) in this game they play (like the b/w checkerboard) ever proceeding along their way to their Utopia.

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    • January 2, 2016 7:18 pm

      A very good question and I had not thought of that!

      Liked by 1 person

  2. lou222 permalink
    January 3, 2016 4:09 pm

    Apparently nothing will stick to her…if any of us had that happen with emails, we would be busted and it would be justified…but the CLINTONS? Just do not think it will happen. Money has a way of talking and they have plenty to spread around. I doubt there is any love lost between the Obamas and the Clintons, but there is enough threat that maybe Obama will not enforce anything against her. He keeps putting more and more yes men and women in this Administration to do his bidding, so until he is ready to take Hillary down, he will keep control of the matter.

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    • January 3, 2016 7:37 pm

      Democrats have exposed themselves as hypocrites with Hillary as far as I am concerned, and you are right, nothing will stick to her with them. Can you imagine their outrage if either Bush, Cheney, or Powell were involved in something like this?

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