We should have all heard by now the near endless nauseating denials coming from Democrat frontrunner Hitlery Clinton about how she is very confident that she never knowingly sent or received any classified information using her private email server and that she never sent any information that was ‘marked’ classified. And yet it was just today that the Obama administration confirmed, for the first time, that Hitlery's unsecured home server contained some of the U.S. government's most closely guarded secrets, censoring 22 emails with material demanding one of the highest levels of classification. So it would seem that someone is certainly lying, but who?
Now those of us brighter than your average Hilery Clinton supporter have known pretty much all along that Hitlery was lying through her pearly white, so this most recent revelation regarding Hitlery’s continuing email ‘problem’ did little more than to confirm really what we’ve already known all along. And don’t you have to wonder if it’s some sort of weird coincidence that this revelation comes out just three days before the Iowa presidential nominating caucuses in which Hitlery is a candidate. Might it be some sort of clandestine attempt by Barry to throw Hitlery under the bus at the most inopportune time? Or am I simply reading way too much into it?
And then The Associated Press (AP) learned that seven email chains are being withheld in full because they contain information deemed to be "Top Secret." The 37 pages include messages recently described by a key intelligence official as concerning so-called "special access programs", a highly restricted subset of classified material that could point to confidential sources or clandestine programs like drone strikes or government eavesdropping. Department officials wouldn't describe the substance of the emails, or say if Hitlery sent any herself. And they also wouldn't disclose if any of the documents reflected information that was classified at the time of transmission.
State Department spokesmoron John Kirby described the decision to withhold documents in full as "not unusual." It was in so doing that Kirby said, "The documents are being upgraded at the request of the intelligence community because they contain a category of top secret information." Apparently that means they won't be published online with the rest of the documents, even with blacked-out boxes. Barry will also withhold a number of Hitlery’s emails because they are considered “too damaging” for public consumption and the State Department will withhold 18 emails exchanged between then Secretary Hitlery and Barry himself. Imagine that!
The emails have been a continuing source of irritation for Hitlery's campaign ever since it became known 10 months ago that she exclusively used a nongovernment account linked to a homebrew server while in office. Hitlery first called the decision a matter of convenience and then later termed it as being a mistake, even if doing so wasn't expressly forbidden. But the matter could prove more troublesome now that Hitlery's former agency has confirmed that business conducted over the account included Top-Secret matters. Because like Hitlery, the State Department discounted such a possibility last March. And now we find out something quite different.
The FBI is looking into Hitlery's email setup, but has said nothing about the nature of its probe. Independent experts say it is highly unlikely that Hitlery will be charged with wrongdoing, based on the limited details that have surfaced up to now. But legal questions aside, it's the potential political costs that are probably of more immediate concern for Hitlery. She has struggled in surveys measuring her perceived trustworthiness and an active federal investigation, especially one buoyed by evidence that Top Secret material coursed through her account, could negate one of her main selling points for becoming commander in chief: Her national security resume.