With consequences like that, it’s no wonder that Clinton has repeatedly lied about her personal email server being hacked by an outside source.
In March, Clinton stated that she “did not email any classified material to anyone on my email. There is no classified material. So I’m certainly well aware of the classification requirement and did not send classified material.”
Of course, that was later proven to be a lie. At least 1,000 classified documents were found on her server—two dozen of which were ranked “Top Secret” or higher.
If Hillary’s email was hacked by a foreign intelligence agency, it puts the United States at great risk. Yet somehow, liberals are finding a way to defend her actions.
“There is no evidence that Clinton’s private server was every successfully hacked,” Clinton aide Lanny Davis commented. “All the dire and dark warnings from partisan Republicans about the secretary of state risking the nation’s security by using a private server are, in fact, all speculation—based on no facts whatsoever.”
Still, that doesn’t change that fact that it is a felony for a federal official to “knowingly remove classified material without the authority to do so and with the intention of keeping that material at an unauthorized location.” That can lead to one-year in prison. However, if that classified material is made available to an “unauthorized person” it can lead up to 10 years in prison.