The State Department is stepping up its ongoing investigation into Hillary Clinton’s unauthorized use of private, unsecured email servers to conduct government business when she was Barack Obama’s secretary of state.
About 130 current and former State Department officials have been contacted in recent weeks by State Department investigators, the Washington Post reported.
“Those targeted were notified that emails they sent years ago have been retroactively classified and now constitute potential security violations,” according to letters sent to the officials.
Predictably, the mainstream media are suggesting that President Trump pressured the State Department to ramp up the investigation into Clinton’s emails. However, the agency began contacting State Department officials 18 months ago.
“This has nothing to do with who is in the White House,” said a senior State Department official. “This is about the time it took to go through millions of emails.”
In June, the State Department identified at least 30 instances of classified-intel mishandling involving 15 individuals connected to Clinton’s unauthorized use of unsecured email servers when she was secretary of state from 2009 to 2013.
As BizPac Review reported, more than 2,100 classified emails passed through Clinton’s home email servers. Of those, 22 were so top-secret they were deemed too classified to be released to the public.
While the left-wing media are hyperventilating over a phone call President Trump had with Ukraine’s president — during which nothing wrong was said — they ignore the fact that Clinton’s unsecured email servers compromised national security.
In May 2019, FBI documents showed that there were multiple hacking attempts on Clinton’s email servers, which she used to conduct top-secret government business as secretary of state.
In one alarming email from 2011, Justin Cooper — the tech guy who oversaw Clinton’s home email servers — alerted Clinton aide Huma Abedin of a hacking attempt in the middle of the night.
According to Justin Cooper’s notes, Clinton’s server rooms were often left totally unsecured. This left them vulnerable to hacking from enemies of the United States who want to access the nation’s top secrets.
Months later, Cooper emailed Clinton, alerting her to the ongoing dangers of her unsecured, private email servers after several more hacking attempts were made.
Cooper wrote to Clinton, “It is a constant fight to keep up with the security measures and unfortunately, we keep seeing reminders of why we need to.”
In a previous FBI report, Cooper admitted that there were at least “two instances where he destroyed Clinton’s old mobile phones by breaking them in half or hitting them with a hammer.”
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Despite these shocking irregularities and a mountain of evidence suggesting that Clinton had mishandled classified intel that compromised national security, Barack Obama ordered the FBI to turn a blind eye to his secretary of state’s gross negligence.
According to Fox News:
“In August, it was reported that a Chinese state-owned company hacked Clinton’s email server, then inserted code that forwarded a copy of virtually every email she sent or received after that — a revelation President Trump demanded be investigated.
Lisa Page said the Obama administration’s Justice Department advised the FBI not to pursue the gross negligence statute for Hillary Clinton’s mishandling of classified information.”
A May 2016 email from fired FBI official Peter Strzok also acknowledged that “we know foreign actors obtained access” to some Clinton emails, “via compromises of the private email accounts” of her staffers.
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