When Hillary Clinton resigned from her position as Secretary of State back in 2013, she didn’t stop accessing classified materials—you know, the materials that FBI Director James Comey described her as being “extremely careless” with?
Well, it sounds like she negotiated some crooked deal with President Obama in order to maintain her eyes and ears within the Executive branch.
I wonder what dirt she had on him in order to squeeze that deal through.
Members of Clinton’s staff also retained their access to these secret government files well into at least April of 2015.
At this point in time, Clinton had already announced herself as a candidate for the presidency.
Her staffers were still able to look at these files even then.
In that article, Grassley says in plain language that Clinton's staffers leaked classified information. https://t.co/vauzvB4h23
— Thomas Wictor (@ThomasWictor) March 30, 2017
Now, thanks to the hard work of Senator Chuck Grassley, this information is finally coming out.
Today, Grassley published an open letter he sent to the Trump administration’s Secretary of State Rex Tillers in which he made clear his repeated pleas to the Obama Administration for answers on the behavior of the former secretary.
“I have repeatedly asked the State Department whether Secretary Clinton and her associates had their clearances suspended or revoked to which the Obama Administration refused to respond,”
“Recently, the State Department informed the Committee that six additional Secretary Clinton staff at State were designated as her research assistants which allowed them to retain their clearances after leaving the Department,” Grassley added.
Here’s Fox News’ Report:
When Hillary Clinton resigned as Secretary of State in 2013, she negotiated continuing access to classified and top-secret documents for herself and six staffers under the designation “research assistants,” according to a powerful senator who notes that Clinton was later deemed “extremely careless” with such information.
The staff apparently retained access even after Clinton announced her run for president in April 2015, according to Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa. The access was ostensibly granted to facilitate work on Clinton’s memoir, but Grassley said he was only able to verify it after the Obama administration left the White House.
This sort of behavior is unacceptable and according to Senator Grassley, any other government worker would have been sanctioned or at least had their security privileges revoked. Clinton, it seems, got a pass. This type of disregard for the rule of law needs to be stamped out if the swamp will ever be drained.
LOCK HER UP!