BOMBSHELL NEW REPORT: Finds Shocking Emails In Hillary’s Server… They Are “Beyond Top Secret” (Video)

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A bombshell new report published on Tuesday revealed that former secretary of state and current Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton used her now-famous unsecured email server to discuss information pertaining to some of the government’s most secretive programs.

Specifically, a dozen or more emails on her server contained information from a “special access program,” or SAP, which is a type of program so sensitive that its details rank higher than “top secret,” according to Fox News.

“Access to a SAP is restricted to those with a ‘need-to-know’ because exposure of the intelligence would likely reveal the source, putting a method of intelligence collection — or a human asset — at risk,” the news network added.

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Its reporters gleaned this new information from an unclassified email sent on Jan. 14 from Intelligence Community Inspector General I. Charles McCullough III to lawmakers.

In the email, McCullough reportedly wrote of having “received two sworn declarations” from intelligence officials confirming that Clinton’s emails contained classified information “at the confidential, secret, and top secret/sap level.”

This bombshell revelation could just mean the difference between Clinton running for president or going to court. More


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