Hillary Clinton has denied sending or receiving classified material on her personal email account. She's said that the account was filled with emails about her yoga routine, daughter Chelsea's wedding and family vacations. Just the kind of stuff that Russia, China and Iran are looking for when spying on U.S. secretaries of state.
But everyone knows better, even if they aren't acknowledging it. More than 1,300 emails from Clinton's private server have been found with classified material on them, including some that is considered to be on "a level of classification beyond even 'top secret.' "
Despite the Clinton camp's denials, we are aware that some documents that Clinton sent or received were so sensitive that Intelligence Community Inspector General Charles McCullough and some of his aides had to obtain higher security clearances just to read them. Her emails had material from "special access programs" — information that in the wrong hands could place "a method of intelligence collection — or a human asset — at risk," as Fox News put it.Read the rest of this IBD editorial HERE.
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