Hillary Clinton can't seem to get away from her shady past, no matter how hard she tries. Of special note is the private email server that she set up to route both her personal and work emails, a server that is now revealing an even deeper level of betrayal to America.

Clinton's email server has been popping up in the news for months and months, but just when it seems the scandal can't get any worse it magically does.

That's the case this week with new information that has been released that reveals that Hillary received information on her private server that was classified above "top secret."

The information likely came in the form of references to Special Access Programs or SAPs, information and reports that are kept highly secure because revealing the information could reveal the top secret source who provided the details.

According to a letter from the Inspector General Charles McCullough III to lawmakers, Hillary's emails contained over twenty emails with SAP-related info.

Though Hillary's campaign immediately came forward with a statement claiming that the fault should be on the sender, not on Hillary as a recipient, the fact remains that Clinton's private email server has held extremely volatile and secret materials.

One high-ranking intelligence community member called out Hillary's negligence, claiming that it would be impossible for her not to know that she had received the top secret information.

"There is absolutely no way that one could not recognize SAP material," the person said. "It is the most sensitive of the sensitive."

Hillary, it appears, either wasn't aware of the breach in national security, or simply didn't care.

A similar case involving a breach in SAP information occurred during the investigation into General David Petraeus's intelligence sharing. That scandal resulted in his resignation.

Hillary needs to face the music, just like General Petraeus. She needs to be made into an example of what happens to those members of our government who threaten the U.S. through their negligence.

h/t: 100 Percent Fed Up

 

 

 

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