Hillary For United States Postmaster General!

Here's all the Information and current events for The Felon's Exponentially Expanding amount of illegal, "Special-Access" E-mails. I'm still reeling in "Wonder & Amazement" how We, The People have let this Farce & Travesty of Justice go this far and for this long. I actually find it hilarious that there is still this huge veil of deceit & illusion shrouding this blatant Act of Treason, Espionage, & Collusion against this Career Criminal. Yet EVERYONE knows what the truth of this crime drama is actually about. Nobody wants to talk about the Pantsuited Elephant-ass in the Room....

It says something Sad & Pathetic about America, when a vetted, known criminal is allowed to run for President of the US, and all pretends not to see.....until it's too late

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22 Emails on Hillary Clinton’s Private Server ‘Top Secret’

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29 Jan 2016

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration confirmed for the first time Friday that Hillary Clinton’s unsecured home server contained some of the U.S. government’s most closely guarded secrets, censoring 22 emails with material demanding one of the highest levels of classification. The revelation comes just three days before the Iowa presidential nominating caucuses in which Clinton is a candidate.

The State Department will release its next batch of emails from Clinton’s time as secretary of state later Friday.

But The Associated Press has learned seven email chains are being withheld in full because they contain information deemed to be “top secret.” The 37 pages include messages recently described by a key intelligence official as concerning so-called “special access programs” – a highly restricted subset of classified material that could point to confidential sources or clandestine programs like drone strikes or government eavesdropping.

Department officials wouldn’t describe the substance of the emails, or say if Clinton sent any herself. They also wouldn’t disclose if any of the documents reflected information that was classified at the time of transmission, but indicated that the agency’s Diplomatic Security and Intelligence and Research bureaus have begun looking into that question.

“The documents are being upgraded at the request of the intelligence community because they contain a category of top secret information,” State Department spokesman John Kirby told the AP, describing the decision to withhold documents in full as “not unusual.” That means they won’t be published online with the rest of the documents, even with blacked-out boxes.

Clinton, the front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination, has insisted she never sent or received information on her personal email account that was classified at the time. No emails released so far were stamped “CLASSIFIED” or “TOP SECRET,” but reviewers previously had designated more than 1,000 messages at lower classification levels for public release. Friday’s will be the first at the top secret level.

For those that Clinton only read, and didn’t write or forward, she still would have been required to report classification slippages that she recognized. But without classification markings, that may have been difficult, especially if the information was in the public domain.

Kirby said the State Department’s focus as part of the Freedom of Information Act review of Clinton’s emails was on “whether they need to be classified today.” Questions about their past classification, he said, “are being, and will be, handled separately by the State Department.”

Possible responses for classification infractions include counseling, warnings or other action, State Department officials said, though they declined to say if these applied to Clinton or senior aides who’ve since left the department. The officials weren’t authorized to speak on the matter and spoke on condition of anonymity.

Friday’s release is coming at an awkward time for Clinton. The Iowa caucus is on Feb. 1, and her main challenger, Vermont 

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT)
16%
, is running neck and neck with her in the polls there and leads solidly in New Hampshire. Clinton still holds a strong advantage in national polls.

The emails have been an issue for Clinton’s campaign since it became known 10 months ago that she exclusively used a nongovernment account linked to a homebrew server while in office. Clinton first called the decision a matter of convenience and then termed it a mistake, even if doing so wasn’t expressly forbidden. But the matter could prove more troublesome now that Clinton’s former agency has confirmed that business conducted over the account included top-secret matters.

Like Clinton, the State Department discounted such a possibility last March. Both also said her account was never hacked or compromised, which security experts assess as unlikely, and that the vast majority of her emails were preserved properly for archiving purposes because she corresponded mainly with government accounts. They’ve backtracked from the archiving claim, while the AP discovered several phishing attempts on her server connected to Russia.

The question of special access programs first surfaced last week, when Charles I. McCullough, the inspector general for U.S. intelligence agencies, cited examples on Clinton’s account in a letter to Congress. Republicans pounced on the report, though Clinton’s campaign insisted none of the exchanges were “classified at the time” and accused McCullough and GOP lawmakers of selectively leaking materials to damage her presidential hopes.

Kirby confirmed that the “denied-in-full emails” are among those McCullough recently cited. One of the emails, he said, was among those McCullough identified last summer as possibly containing top secret information.

The AP reported last August that one focused on a forwarded news article about the classified U.S. drone program run by the CIA. Such operations are widely covered and discussed in the public sphere, including by top U.S. officials, and the State Department immediately pushed back against McCullough’s claim. The other concerned North Korean nuclear weapons programs, according to officials.

At the time, several officials from different agencies suggested the disagreement over the drone emails reflected the government’s tendency to over-classify material, and the lack of consistent policies across difference agencies about what should and shouldn’t be classified.

The FBI also is looking into Clinton’s email setup, but has said nothing about the nature of its probe. Independent experts say it is highly unlikely that Clinton will be charged with wrongdoing, based on the limited details that have surfaced up to now and the lack of indications that she intended to break any laws.

“What I would hope comes out of all of this is a bit of humility” and an acknowledgement from Clinton that “I made some serious mistakes,” said Bradley Moss, a Washington lawyer who regularly handles security clearance matters.

Legal questions aside, it’s the potential political costs that are probably of more immediate concern for Clinton. She has struggled in surveys measuring her perceived trustworthiness and an active federal investigation, especially one buoyed by evidence that top secret material coursed through her account, could negate one of her main selling points for becoming commander in chief: Her national security resume.

BREITBART NEWS

Hillary Clinton Contradicts Herself over Withheld Emails





Hillary Clinton is contradicting herself about her classified emails as she makes a last stand in Iowa ahead of Monday’s caucus.

Clinton is in Iowa Saturday campaigning hard against 

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT)
16%
, who has pulled to within two and a half points in the latest Iowa State University/WHO-HD poll, which has a three and a half-point margin of error.

But Clinton is battling fallout from revelations that 22 classified emails from her private server are being withheld by the Obama administration from public release, along with other emails that contain information too sensitive for public consumption. The Clinton campaign has criticized the administration’s decision to keep some emails private.

The Obama administration’s acknowledgment that she had classified materials on her server, which Breitbart News has been extensively reporting since August, does not help her in the final days in the Hawkeye State.

During an interview with MSNBC reporter Monica Alba, Clinton claimed she didn’t know which emails were being withheld by the Obama administration but then claimed that she did not generate any of the email chains that have been deemed too sensitive for release.

How does Clinton know whether or not she generated email chains if she does not know which emails she’s referring to?

Alba noted that Clinton said “voters don’t ask her about this” or “care about this” in Iowa, which contradicts this reporter’s findings on the ground in Iowa during this primary campaign cycle.

Clinton is in Iowa with her husband Bill and daughter Chelsea (Who's Biological Father, Webster Hubbell, will not attend), stumping about gun control and holding a final rally Saturday night.

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