At least 130 State Dept. officials notified of possible ‘culpability’ in ‘security incidents’ related to Hillary’s private email server

American Thinker:

By Thomas Lifson

The wheels of federal bureaucratic responsibility, like the wheels of justice, grind very slowly, so only now are we learning that the scandal of Hillary Clinton’s private email server used for official business is still being scrutinized. And while the Big Fish, Hillary Clinton, is out there shooting off her mouth accusing President Trump of the corrupt practices she undertook, the smaller fish in the State Department are learning of their own culpability in corresponding with her on a private server.

Just the kind of leverage a determined prosecutor could use to obtain plea deals implicating higher ups. Ask General Flynn or Paul Manafort what that sort of pressure could mean. The Washington Post reports:

As many as 130 officials have been contacted in recent weeks by State Department investigators — a list that includes senior officials who 

reported directly to Clinton as well as others in lower-level jobs whose emails were at some point relayed to her inbox, said current and former State Department officials. Those targeted were notified that emails they sent years ago have been retroactively classified and now constitute potential security violations, according to letters reviewed by The Washington Post. KEEP READING

12 Comments on At least 130 State Dept. officials notified of possible ‘culpability’ in ‘security incidents’ related to Hillary’s private email server

  1. I seriously doubt anything will come of it, Hillary is immune.

    And with the current push to impeach Trump the public interest and attention will be far more focused on impeachment than anything Hillary did, so there will be little notable pressure on anyone to seriously pursue an investigation.

    Time will tell, but don’t get your hopes up until it does.

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  2. Great. Lets line them up, grant them immunity and ask them no questions of any importance. Just like everybody else connected to Hillary and her crimes.

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  3. How can they be “culpable” if there was no overarching crime … no abuse, no lapse of judgment, and/or no willful indiscretion?

    You can’t be “culpable” of a non-event (unless your name is Trump).

    izlamo delenda est …

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  4. “State Department investigators began contacting the former officials about 18 months ago, after President Trump’s election, and then seemed to drop the effort before picking it up in August,”

    Let’s see…what else happened in August? Oh yeah…the IC turned leakers into whistleblowers.

    “…the Clinton email case represents a new front on which the Trump administration could be accused of employing the powers of the executive branch against perceived political adversaries.”

    Looky there, John Brennan, it’s your army of whistleblowers!

    This is not about justice. It’s just another front in the current Deep State Whistleblower War against Trump.

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  5. “Those targeted were notified that emails they sent years ago have been retroactively classified and now constitute potential security violations…”

    Looks to me like the State Dept. is trying to get leverage on their people and let the media blame it on Trump…. “You can be prosecuted if you don’t do what we tell you to do. Here is the number to call if you have a Whistleblower Complaint against Trump. We will be watching.”

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  6. Whatever. Nothing will happen to them. On another note, I’ve often wondered if PDJT’s bodyguards can be trusted to do their jobs.

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  7. Brown Eyed Girl…I’m sure the bodyguards are doing a fantastic job as everyone has been gunning for Trump since day one. All those rallies and trips to foreign countries have gone without a hitch. We just don’t hear about it.

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