Was an Afghan Asset’s Death Tied to Hillary Clinton’s Emails?
The Hillary Clinton email saga continues this week. It seems to be never ending, the stream of information that passed through Hillary’s unsecured server. But, even with irrefutable evidence that top secret material was mishandled, there has yet to be any charges leveled.
It makes one wonder what height of illegal activity this breach of protocol would have to reach before the FBI acts. We might soon find out, as there seems to be the possibly of more than the speculative damage done.
One of the classified email chains discovered on Hillary Clinton’s personal unsecured server discussed an Afghan national’s ties to the CIA and a report that he was on the agency’s payroll, a U.S. government official with knowledge of the document told Fox News.
One of the questions that have to be cleared up is when exactly was the email conversation held. If the timing lines up, this email might be to blame for that Afghan national’s death.
Based on the timing and other details, the email chain likely refers to either an October 2009 Times story that identified Afghan national Ahmed Wali Karzai, the half-brother of then-Afghan president Hamid Karzai, as a person who received “regular payments from the Central Intelligence Agency” — or an August 2010 Times story that identified Karzai aide Mohammed Zia Salehi as being on the CIA payroll. Ahmed Wali Karzai was murdered during a 2011 shoot-out, a killing later claimed by the Taliban.
Now, many would like to think that this was simply an error on Hillary’s part. She probably did not realize that they were classified. Well, that is highly unlikely according to Fox News sources. And how could it not be recognized that this would be highly sensitive information?
And if this sensitivity is not known, what does that say about Hillary Clinton? Would you want that person to have the highest position of power in the country, if not the world? I mean that argument might keep Hillary Clinton out of jail, but it sure makes her look stupid.
And there is one thing that the crook is not, and that’s stupid. You can count on that.
Article reposted with permission from Constitution.com.