Thursday, September 15, 2016

Clinton Tech Aide Had No Security Clearance

The aide who set up former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private servers and email apparently had no security clearance, according to the findings of a congressional committee Tuesday.

Clinton aide Justin Cooper turned heads concerning the Department of State records preservation practices during a hearing before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Cooper is the same aide who also sometimes destroyed Clinton’s BlackBerry phones, “breaking them in half or hitting them with a hammer,” the FBI investigative summary report said.

Cooper was a longtime aide of former president Bill Clinton when he helped install Hillary Clinton’s system in 2008 during her first bid for the presidency.



Anonymous said...

Clinton didn't care who was security cleared or not. That also goes for the attorneys that she had screen her "personal" (wink, wink) emails on her server before they were destroyed.
The FBI should have subpoenaed everything on those servers early on, as everything was potentially government property.

Anonymous said...

So what? Hillary had a Top Secret SAP clearance and what good did it do us? Nothing surprises me about that bunch.

Anonymous said...

HILLARY was the onr briefed, yet she let a unqualified individual handle classified information, she is unfit to hold office!

lmclain said...

Two Sets of Laws.

If any of the serfs (we, the people) gave someone without even a "confidential" clearance multiple electronic devices with classified information on it, supposedly to destroy them (we don't know IF there were destroyed or not. Could have been sold....), we would, at this very moment, be in PRISON. Not jail, but prison.
The fact that the FBI can't confirm where these devices are and the fact that the director himself, on national TV, SAID she lied and committed crimes (but didn't "intend" you or I would get off the criminal charges if all we said was "I didn't MEAN to do it") should be all "we, the people" need to prove that there ARE
Two Sets of Laws.

Keep cheering.

Anonymous said...

It's true. Everything on that server, which became her default government server, was government property, and it was up to government to sift through them, not Hillary's employees.