Hillary Clinton posted and shared the names of concealed United States intelligence officials on her unprotected e-mail system according to an exclusive Breitbart.com report. According to federal records, the former First Lady swapped the highly classified names on an e-mail account that was vulnerable to outside attack. In fact, records show her account was breached repeatedly by Russian-backed hackers, and possibly by other foreign powers such as China.
These new revelations should give FBI investigators the evidence needed to show that Clinton violated the Espionage Act by mishandling information vital to national defense in a way that exhibited “gross negligence.”
Madelyn Albright recently stated that “nobody died” as a result of these e-mails, but these are precisely the kinds of blunders that have gotten intelligence assets killed around the world.
Richard Nixon was unaware of the original Watergate break-in plans, and had a relatively miniscule 18-minute gap in a tape recording. He was forced out of office. Yet Hillary Rodham Clinton, who expressly ordered and oversaw this e-mail set up and who approved the deletion of- at minimum- 30,000 e-mails relevant to this national security scandal, is very likely to be elected president in November of 2016.
This is what John Adams was talking about when he said: “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” It is also what Benjamin Franklin was referencing when he replied to a lady who’d asked him what kind of a government they (those delegates to the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia in 1787) had given the American people. He simply said: “A republic… if you can keep it.”
When a majority of voters no longer care about the character or behavior of their representatives, when their primary consideration is how much “free” stuff any particular candidate promises them, the writing is on the wall and the republic will soon fall.
It’s true: two wrongs don’t make a right.
But, in this case, they do help the left.