How secret is it? (4)

Catherine Herridge and Pamela Browne continue their reportage on Hillary Clinton’s use of an unsecured private email server for her official business as Secretary of State. How sensitive was the information stored on the server and accessible to the prying eyes of hostile powers? Let’s put it this way: “Official: Some Clinton emails ‘too damaging’ to release.” Herridge and Browne report:

The intelligence community has now deemed some of Hillary Clinton’s emails “too damaging” to national security to release under any circumstances, according to a U.S. government official close to the ongoing review. A second source, who was not authorized to speak on the record, backed up the finding.

The decision to withhold the documents in full, and not provide even a partial release with redactions, further undercuts claims by the State Department and the Clinton campaign that none of the intelligence in the emails was classified when it hit Clinton’s personal server.

This update puts an exclamation point on the previous reports regarding the TOP SECRET/SAP classification applicable to several of the emails on Clinton’s server. To say the least, Hillary Clinton is simply unfit to hold public office.


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