There’s a curious omission in the FBI files about Hillary Clinton …
Federal authorities have for months now been sifting through scores of documents to gauge the extent of national security damage done by Clinton from her home-based email server while serving as secretary of State – but according to former National Security Agency officer John Schindler, the FBI is failing to detail and explain an interesting breach.
Within the pages and pages of Clinton’s emails is the revelation that one of her closest colleagues must have been granted access to read some of the government’s most sensitive information, and only hours after it was assembled and internally distributed. The problem? He wasn’t authorized to access these documents. From Breitbart:
“[Sidney] Blumenthal’s email read exactly like classified NSA reporting, as anybody acquainted with our SIGINT would immediately recognize. As one veteran agency official told me back in January, Blumenthal’s email was NSA information with ‘at least 90 percent confidence.'”
The NSA, in fact, had already found Blumenthal’s emailed assessment of the Sudan situation was nearly identical in wording to the government’s. In March, agency chiefs determined his report on Sudan “came from four different agency SIGINT reports, all classified Top Secret/SCI,” Breitbart reported.
The question is: Why would Blumenthal be given access to such sensitive information, at a time when he wasn’t even working for the government?
“NSA had no doubt that Blumenthal somehow got his hands on some of their ‘crown jewels’ of information,” Breitbart reported. “‘It’s word-for-word, verbatim copying,’ an agency official of them explained.”
In fact, at least one entire paragraph was taken right out of the NSA report – a paragraph that was deemed Top Secret/SCI – and emailed from Blumenthal to Clinton, Breitbart said.