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Another Friday night Hillary Email Dump – minus the 22 Top Secret ones

Another Friday night Hillary Email Dump – minus the 22 Top Secret ones

244 more classified emails, including an entire Sid Blumenthal memo

It’s Friday night.

So the State Department just released a new batch of Hillary emails. Because weekend.

There are 22 emails, however that will not be released:

The State Department has concluded there is “top secret” material in Hillary Clinton’s email correspondence from the time she was secretary of state, indicating that some of her emails will never be released, even in heavily redacted form, because they are too sensitive for the public to view.

State Department spokesman John Kirby said the material crosses seven email chains, amounting to 37 pages worth of material.

Hillary wants the 22 Top Secret emails released to the public:

Clinton campaign spokesman Brian Fallon said that Clinton said the emails should be released and called at least one case, “over-classification run amok.”

“We firmly oppose the complete blocking of the release of these emails,” Fallon said in a statement. “Since first providing her emails to the State Department more than one year ago, Hillary Clinton has urged that they be made available to the public. We feel no differently today.”

Of course she wants the Top Secret stuff released. Because that would then (potentially) relieve her of legal liability for mishandling the information.

The first bombshell is that an email with Sid Blumenthal was redacted completely because it was classified. But did he have security clearance?

We will update as the emails are reviewed.

This pretty much sums it all up:


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Was this an email *to* Sid, in which case why in the world would H! be giving classified info to a (censored) like this, or an email *from* Sid, in which case I didn’t know he was a CIA source, and if so, when will H! be prosecuted for outing him?

    DaveGinOly in reply to georgfelis. | January 29, 2016 at 10:56 pm

    I was going to ask the same “to or from” question. If it was classified info from Hillary, that’s obviously a violation of the law. If it was from Sid, I’d say that any citizen has a right to transmit information to a government employee or agency as he or she sees fit. If the government considers the information classified once it reaches its ears, the the government employee receiving the information is responsible for its proper handling (even if the source might be able to legally blab the info to others). We all know that the government doesn’t give two cents whether or not something classified is also in the public domain. “Classified” means government employees have to handle the info in specific ways, regardless of where else the info may be available.

No way he has current TS clearance, need to know, and proper authorization for all those emails. They might give it retroactively but he probably wouldn’t pass the polly.

Whoever was the ‘holder’ for the material really should go to federal prison for a couple decades. The threat is on the cover of every TS doc I’ve seen.

    Estragon in reply to forksdad. | January 30, 2016 at 4:28 am

    Obama specifically forbid Blumenthal being hired at State; Hillary wanted him but Obama wasn’t over the dirty stuff Stu spread in the primaries. So it seems highly unlikely he had any clearance at all.

Amazing how when it is a Democrat everything gets swept under the rug.

Wonder how many of those emails between Hill and O came up on a word search that searched ” video” ” No military action recommended at this time” and ” Stand down ” Just curious.? It gets worse and can you imagine how bad the last set of emails will be. My question is, why are no Democrats jumping in to the race. They have always been finely tuned to the blood in the water. I just don’t get it . Anyone of any stature could steal this from Moe and Larry

    Olinser in reply to dmi60ex. | January 29, 2016 at 8:46 pm

    They simply do not have anybody better. Obama’s incompetence has laid waste to the party’s young talent in state governments and Congress.

    Their ‘alternative’ was freaking Joe Biden.

    Any Democrat with real Presidential aspirations knows damn well that no Democrat is going to be elected after Obama’s clown shown. So they aren’t going to face the Clinton slime machine for an unwinnable race.

    At this point Democrats with any brains have written off this Presidential election and are just waiting for 2020.

‘No way he has current TS clearance, need to know, and proper authorization for all those emails.’

Neither does Putin (and he’s selling them) so what’s your point?

Friday night might be a good time for a Hillary email dump.

Friday night is definitely a good time to go and see the Benghazi movie, “13 Hours.”

I highly recommend it. I’ve given it a rare 10 thumbs up.

Even though you already know how it plays out, you will leave the theater saddened and seething mad.

A picture is worth 1,000 words. This movie is worth stopping Hillary.

Hey Hill, ya did good at State, brought in big bucks. Here, take $100 Mil and have a nice rest-of-your-life in Vanuatu.

Ever yours,


She’s toast. Reddit (hey on the tech-savvy libertarians) feels the same way as we do.

She will not be the candidate.

Hopefully a new administration will go in and thoroughly review all the emails and prosecute someone for obstruction of justice if they find that they were withheld to protect her from prosecution.

Remember the statute of limitations on federal crimes is generally five years, so there is at least a window to prosecute her & her gang even if Obama doesn’t. AND, if a conspiracy to commit federal crimes existed, the clock doesn’t start ticking on the conspiracy or any of the crimes until after the last overt act by any co-conspirator, indicted or not, to further the conspiracy. Wiping the server, or her lawyer claiming it had been and taking possession of a thumb drive should qualify, meaning as late as last year.

“[Hillary]run amok”.

“Officer, are you stopping me? (cackle)”

“Yes, ma’am you drove through a red light.”

“(Cackle) Officer, I was going to stop but then cars around me went through the light.”

“Ma’am you drove through the red light. Didn’t see that sign before the intersection, “THIS INTERSECTION PHOTO ENFORCED”?”

“No, sir, I was too busy paying attention to the road.”
“Ma’am your license please.”

“Officer, I don’t have my license on me. I must have thought Bill would be driving.”

“Ma’am, have you been drinking? I smell bourbon.”

“No, officer, I had one highball.”

“Ma’am please step out of the car.”

“Officer, do you know who I am?”

“Yes, Hillary Rodham Clinton and I want you to walk the line.”

“I don’t walk the line. I make the lines.”

“Ma’am cooperate or go to jail.”

“I am Hillary Rodham. I am calling Huma and Sidney right now. They will fix this. (cackle)”

“What about calling your husband, Bill Underwood.”

“Screw him.”

This Hillary e-mail debacle describes America in a nutshell. On one hand, you have people who at one time held security clearances. They know how training is required prior to being allowed to see classified material, they know the responsibilities involved with handling classified material, they know how there any rarely any question as to whether or not something listed as top secret (even when not marked), they know that upon receipt of classified material on a computer not rated to hold classified material that security must immediately be contacted to the computer can be taken and cleansed, and so forth. These people know that when Hillary set up her server she assumed ALL responsibility for everything on it, for not having the necessary security protections, and so forth, and there is no one else or no other reason to remove this responsibility. They also know that should you violate secrecy laws then you go to jail, are prohibited from holding any public office and so forth. These are people are are enraged beyond belief at Hillary’s utterly contemptible behavior for they understand the issue.
Then you have a huge population who know nothing. They read a newspaper article or two which, in their minds, makes them more expert than anyone else anywhere. Just ask them. They believe the lies, misrepresentations, false equivalencies, absurd justifications and so forth, spewed by Hillary and the Democrats because they want to believe Hilary to be innocent and because they think the system works the way they think/want it to work. These people are so utterly ignorant that no amount at attempting to educate them will succeed. Worst of all is that many of these people are educators, especially at colleges and universities.
This is America in a microcosm. It does not matter if you are talking about global warming, boycotting Israel, black lives matter/racism/Trayvon Martin, or anything else. Knowledge and wisdom no longer have any value today for people have the internet and with the internet that can justify anything no matter how absurd. We have devolved into the land of the opinionated and arrogant ignorant.

“There are no classified emails on the server.”

Now we’re up to 1,588 emails containing classified information. The vast majority of these were written by Hillary’s staff and read by her.

Hillary’s current “defense” is that these emails weren’t marked as classified so they weren’t classified. They weren’t marked as classified because her server didn’t have the software installed so they could be marked and because Hillary and her staff failed to mark them which is another crime.

How much is all this crap costing the American taxpayers?

Untold hours of investigations and reviews and investigations of reviews and reviews of investigations galore.

Bill the Clintons.

    ConradCA in reply to clafoutis. | January 30, 2016 at 9:54 am

    The real cost is the betrayal of our security when Hillary provided these emails to our enemies. There is no doubt that they obtained a copy of them as it would have been child’s play for them to break into her computer and copy these emails.

    Just consider that the security concerns of our Ambassador to Libya and his schedule for the week he was murdered were likely on Hillary’s server. Al Qaeda could have easily obtained this information and used it to murder the Ambassador in Benghazi. This is one of the likely consequences of Hillary’s crimes.

      clafoutis in reply to ConradCA. | January 30, 2016 at 10:15 am

      You’re right.

      No way the Clintons could ever be sufficiently punished to compensate for all the intangible damage they’ve inflicted on America.

      Even the most horrific methods of sharia or medieval torture would be too kind.

It’s rash to assume that all is as it seems.

The State Department has concluded there is “top secret” material in Hillary Clinton’s email correspondence from the time she was secretary of state, indicating that some of her emails will never be released, even in heavily redacted form, because they are too sensitive for the public to view.

We have no idea what those e-mails are about. All we know is that State doesn’t want anybody to see them. Their reasons for that may be legit (they may contain genuine intelligence info which should be kept secret, whether or not Hillary’s non-secure server allowed access to them in the past), or not so legit (the e-mails may be serious criminal implications of Hillary, Obama, or anyone else the Party drones at State believe to be worth protecting).

We have only State’s claim that the reason is legit, a genuine case of intelligence security rather than a criminal coverup. But State is no more trustworthy than Hillary herself.

There’s also little reason to suspect that Hillary is up to anything particularly subtle or sophisticated. Clintonian tactics—both Bill’s and Hill’s—are very simple; but even simple tactics can be successful if they are applied automatically and consistently. That may be the most infuriating thing about America’s Clinton problem; all Clintons lie, and the lies are both constant and obvious. Yet they continue to not only get away with them, they profit enormously while doing so.

Of course she wants the Top Secret stuff released. Because that would then (potentially) relieve her of legal liability for mishandling the information.

I suspect the tactic is somewhat less sophisticated; rather, just another standard Clintonian gambit, simple but applicable in almost all crises. Once she’s fairly certain that her minions at State will keep her safe from whatever those e-mails might reveal, it’s time to start blustering and bluffing. That way she’s protected but can still put on a show of transparency—win-win! Recall that Bill used to do the same thing; when he thought his opponents were on the ropes, he’d attack. He didn’t to it very skillfully, and his clumsy, blustering assaults usually backfired, causing him another round of problems. But he’d manage to wriggle out of it all in the end. Here’s hoping that Hillary won’t be so lucky.

Henry Hawkins | January 30, 2016 at 1:56 pm

Clinton admitted guilt the instant she said she wasn’t aware that any emails were classified. National security laws are specific that neither good intentions nor ignorance are a defense. Simple negligence is all it takes to break said laws.

Just remember the INFORMATION is classified not the document.

Nor does it matter how it got to her. She possessed it on her unsecured server.

She, as the head of the agency, failed her responsibility to supervise her employees in the proper care and security of classified material.

This was not negligence, but a well thought out plan to evade the law. Intentions are hard to prove, but can be shown by her actions and correspondence

Hillary wanted her emails to be on an un-secure server so hackers from China and Russia could read them. She is just joining Obama who wants to destroy our country.