Letters to the Editor

Hillary and classified material

Hillary Clinton exclusively used a personal, unsecured server to transmit and receive official government data while she was Secretary of State. Clinton denies any knowledge of ever having transmitted or received material “marked” classified over her personal, unsecured server.

At first blush, Clinton’s declaration makes no sense whatsoever and seems to be false on its face because Clinton could not have functioned as the Secretary of State without transmitting and receiving classified information. Curiously, classified documents Clinton submitted for archiving did not show up on her server as having been “marked” classified.

Months ago analysts began speculating that someone in the State Department may have been tampering with the classified documents which were sent to Clinton. In the most recently released batch of Clinton emails, the mystery has been solved. Clinton issued a directive to her State Department Deputy Chief of Staff, as follows: “If they can’t, turn into nonpaper w no identifying heading and send nonsecure.”

Clinton ordered her subordinate to tamper with official government documents to conceal the classified status of those documents. Then, when later asked about these same documents, a very devious Clinton employed a deception of her own creation by declaring the documents she had received were not “marked” classified.

Hillary Clinton has just handed her foes a silver bullet.

Chris Tabing, Coulterville

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