If a terrorist strikes in Philadelphia but no-one admits it’s terrorism, did terrorism actually happen? Similarly, if a federal law on transmission of classified information is violated, but no-one admits it’s unlawful, does it actually matter that transmission happened?
There have been so many revelations in the past six months regarding Hillary Clinton’s emails (despite the internet on fire over this one) it is impossible to know if it’s actually any more damaging than any previous discoveries…..
Such is life in Clintonville; a rather bizarro-land filled with professional gaslighters, where if you get pulled over by police you can debate the implied intent of “Stop Signs”.
However, one email thread from June 2011 appears to include Clinton telling her top adviser Jake Sullivan to send secure information through insecure means.
In response to Clinton’s request for a set of since-redacted talking points, Sullivan writes, “They say they’ve had issues sending secure fax. They’re working on it.” Clinton responds “If they can’t, turn into nonpaper [with] no identifying heading and send nonsecure.”
Ironically, an email thread from four months earlier shows Clinton saying she was “surprised” that a diplomatic officer named John Godfrey used a personal email account to send a memo on Libya policy after the fall of Muammar Qaddafi. (link)
Hot Air thinks this is a “smoking gun” – SEE HERE