More Classified Hillary Clinton Emails Found On Private Server
Hillary Clinton had many classified emails on her private server, which she hid from even her own State Department. The sheer amount of classified material on her server speaks volumes about Clinton’s gross negligence when operating as the Obama administration’s Secretary of State.
Judicial Watch found 288 new pages of Clinton emails Wednesday, writing: “Classified information was sent in a January 26, 2010, email from Jake Sullivan, Secretary Clinton’s top foreign policy adviser, to Clinton and her top aide Huma Abedin explaining that he has “pasted” (his word) from another document a written summary sent to him from former British Prime Minister Tony Blair. Blair’s conversations are with British Prime Minister Gordon Brown and Irish leaders regarding the sensitive Northern Ireland peace process. Also included is a classified April 8, 2010, email from secret Clinton adviser Sid Blumenthal (who was barred from a State Department position by the Obama administration and regardless continued to advise Clinton on matters of state) about the change of government in Kyrgyzstan. And the emails include a classified June 13, 2009, email from Sullivan to Clinton and aide Cheryl Mills regarding Sullivan’s discussions with Northern Ireland leaders. The new documents obtained by Judicial Watch also show Hillary Clinton being given speech-making advice by Blumenthal. They reveal a potential conflict of interest between the Clintons. They also contain information about a CIA team killed by al Qaeda”
A few items of Hillary Clinton information emerged Wednesday.
Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton used her non-secure personal Blackberry while visiting Moscow, Russia as Secretary of State in October 2009, according to photographic evidence.
Clinton’s Blackberry device was already breached on her first official 2009 trip to East Asia, and the State Department explicitly told her not to continue using the Blackberry. But Clinton’s Blackberry has been identified in a photograph of the former Secretary of State in a subsequent trip to Russia.
Clinton’s obvious gross negligence regarding the security of her official communications complicates Robert Mueller’s unsubstantiated “Russia” case against President Donald Trump.