Hillary Classified Email Count Rises

Hillary Classified Email Count Rises

The busy bees at the State Department, who are going through Hillary’s emails – the ones that she gave back to them, on paper (wait, I thought she was for the environment), which they then have to convert back to digital form – in an effort to comply with court requests, have now made it through 20% of the emails she returned.

"Click here to print... 30,000 in queue."
“Click here to print… 30,000 in queue.”

The ratio of classified to non-classified data is damning.

The reviewers have screened about 20 percent of the 30,000 emails Mrs. Clinton returned to the department, which means if the rate of potentially secret information remains steady, more than 1,500 messages will have to be sent to intelligence community agencies, known in government as “IC,” to screen out classified information.

“Out of a sample of approximately 20% of the Clinton emails, the IC reviewers have only recommended 305 documents — approximately 5.1% — for referral to their agencies for consultation,” the Obama administration said in new court papers.

Only 305 documents. Isn’t that reassuring. Especially considering how Hillary promised that there was no classified information on her personal home server.

Also totally reassuring is the assumption that other governments got a look at her emails.

Former intelligence officials say it’s a certainty that her server was compromised by foreign intelligence services.

Unless they were encrypted to U.S. government standards, “In my opinion there is a 100% chance that all emails sent and received by her, including all the electronic correspondence stored on her server in her Chappaqua residence, were targeted and collected by the Russian equivalent of NSA,” said former CIA case officer Jason Matthews, an expert in Russian intelligence.

Then again, Clinton defenders point out, the State Department’s unclassified email system also has been penetrated by Russian hackers, so it’s unclear her use of home server made a difference.

So, we’re supposed to feel better because the Russians hack everyone, not just the easy targets? Thanks. Makes me feel completely confident and secure about the cybersystems the government is using.

Hillary, of course, is using the “dude, it was like two years ago” playbook right now.


All while making Snapchat jokes.


I’m so glad national security is a laughing matter to Hillary Clinton.

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  • Appalled By The World says:

    “Then again, Clinton defenders point out, the State Department’s unclassified email system also has been penetrated by Russian hackers, so it’s unclear her use of home server made a difference”.

    The same type of tu quoque answer we get every time a believer in the Koran is asked about the latest terrorist attack. That BS doesn’t fly there, nor does it fly here.

    Put Madame Mao in jail already!

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