Here’s The Latest Bombshell to Come Out of Hillary’s Email Investigation
With Tuesday's California Democratic primary poised to be the deciding point in the Democratic presidential race, Democrats across the country would do well to pay attention to the information that's just now coming out of Hillary Clinton's email investigation. For those who claim that the emails are old news and that nothing new can come out of them, pay close attention.
According to investigative research done by reporters at Breitbart who have put the pieces together, Hillary Clinton not only kept and sent classified information on her private email server, but she also stored and shared the names of classified field agents through her private email server.
The names were typed out in multiple emails that the State Department has since redacted. However, this could be the straw that broke the proverbial camel's back when it comes to Hillary Clinton.
Clinton has managed to stave off suggestions and reports that she mishandled her email system by stating that it was a common practice for officials to route their emails into home servers. But the fact remains that Hillary's server was vulnerable to hackers and was hacked multiple times, including several by a Russian-based hacker.
But now the news has come out that Hillary may have unwittingly given America's enemies access to the names of some of its top agents in the field--and this news breaking just after Hillary announced last week that her State Department experience should qualify her over Donald Trump to be president.
If the FBI needed any more ammunition for its case that Clinton engaged in "gross negligence" when it comes to state secrets and information, this is it.
If you're interested, the redaction on Clinton's emails occurred under the heading "B3 CIA PERS/ORG" which refers to information protected by the Central Intelligence Act of 1949.
Clinton's stepped in it big time, this time, and there's nothing she, nor anyone else in the Democratic party can do to convince the American people otherwise.