Exposing Hillary So She Won't Get Elected

Explain This Madame: Classified Hillary Emails Had CIA, NSA Info

Classified emails stored on Hillary Clinton’s private computer server contained information from five U.S. intelligence agencies, including the CIA and NSA, McClatchy reported Thursday. One email about the 2012 Benghazi consulate attack contained information from the NSA, the Defense Intelligence Agency, and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, which operates spy satellites. Four other emails contained info from the CIA and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, which oversees all intelligence agencies.

That’s all bad enough. But it gets worse as State tries to protect the Queen.

The inspector general (IG) for the intelligence community found the five classified emails out of a sample of only 40 from the 30,000 emails Clinton gave to the State Department. The IG asserts “the State Department so far has refused to grant the intelligence-community inspector general access to the entire batch of emails on jurisdictional grounds.”

A State Department spokesperson called the line “untrue,” adding, “To provide for greater cooperation through this process, a team of IC FOIA [Intelligence Community Freedom of Information Act] reviewers — at the invitation of the Department — are reviewing the emails.”

Now of course both of those statements cannot be true. Who’s lying?

Oh, we know this. Hillary is.

“We have had a chance to review the statement released by the inspectors general of the State Department and intelligence community outlining their concerns with regard to the State Department’s review and release of Hillary Clinton’s work emails,” Clinton campaign spokesman Nick Merrill told The Daily Beast. “We want to ensure that appropriate procedures are followed as these emails are reviewed while not unduly delaying the release of her emails. We particularly do not want their release to be hampered by bureaucratic infighting among the intelligence community.”

Clinton, in spite of the IG’s unambiguous statements, continues to maintain she never sent any classified emails. Too many people in Washington now are involved in this; it is not going away anytime soon.