Numerous email accounts were discovered to have had the same “top secret” intelligence material found on Hillary Clinton’s personally-owned server she kept at her suburban New York home, according to a Conservative Base source working in law enforcement.
At least ten of then Secretary of State Clinton’s minions were at one time of another in possession of material that top intelligence community officials said would be too risky to U.S. national security if released to the public or to lawmakers without the proper security clearances.
The email accounts involved belonged to Clinton’s top aides such as her chief of staff Cheryl Mills, her confidante and personal aide Huma Abedin, State Department staff members Jake Sullivan and Philippe Reines and even State Department Undersecretary for Management Patrick Kennedy.
While the exact number of email accounts involved is not known, it’s estimated that the number could be as many as 25. “This shows how Hillary Clinton, in order to avoid transparency allowed highly classified intelligence to be haphazardly shared, replied to, and copied to individuals using an unsecured server. During the early stages of the email probe, most State Department and White House officials claimed they didn’t know about Hillary Clinton’s private server being used for government communications.
State Department officials only recently conceded what many already suspected: that the messages included the most sensitive kind of intelligence and that it was known by some that Mrs. Clinton used an unsecured email server to conduct classified communications.
Clinton’s undersecretary, Patrick Kennedy, recently testified before Rep. Trey Gowdy’s House Benghazi Select Committee that he indeed did know about Clinton’s personal email account from the beginning, but did not understand the “scope,” thinking it was for reaching husband Bill Clinton and their daughter Chelsea — and not for the exclusive handling of State Department business, according to Fox News Channel’s chief intelligence correspondent.
However, it appears that Kennedy perjured himself during his House testimony there is evidence he routinely sent and received government business to and from the Clinton account which was monitored by a private contractor she personally hired.
Catherine Herridge, the Fox News chief intelligence correspondent reported: “[Hillary Clinton] has repeatedly asserted that she neither sent nor received anything ‘marked classified’ using her private email server. The State Department, until last Friday, has backed that up by claiming that while the substance of at least 1,300 of her emails was confidential, secret or top secret, they were not ‘marked’ as such when she dealt with them.”
“These are word games. First, under the law, nothing is ‘marked classified.’ The markings are ‘confidential’ or ‘secret’ or ‘top secret,’ and [Hillary] Clinton knows this,” reported Herridge.
A lot of the news coverage, especially by the national news media, is obviously slanted to make it sound as if the email scandal is a concoction of the Republican Party.
“On its face the Clinton campaign’s statements are mendacious. The FBI agents, the inspector general for the intelligence community and members of the CIA, NSA and other spy agencies are not part of the Republican Party. The only conspiracy is the Clinton-State Department lies and political spin,” said former police deputy chief and political strategist Joey Nathaniel.
Nathaniel noted that the Obama administration has intentionally or unintentionally delivered a curve ball to Hillary Clinton with their first public admission that her unauthorized email server contained the highest levels of classified U.S. intelligence, despite her denials.