The FBI Delivered The Ultimate Proof That Clinton Lied To The American People About Her Email Use And Put National Security At Risk
- Clinton has assured the American people that she told the FBI the same thing that she has been telling the American people, but the FBI report shows she was lying.
- Clinton told FBI investigators that she couldn't provide an example of how something is made classified, but publicly Clinton has bended over backwards to tell the American people she is aware of how classification works.
- Clinton told FBI investigators she was not aware of any security regarding her basement secret server, but she told the American people that there were numerous safeguards.
- Clinton told FBI investigators that the State Department requested her emails out of concern after she left office, but Clinton has told the American people that she "asked" her emails to be turned over.
- Clinton used eight different BlackBerries as Secretary of State, none of which have been examined by the FBI because they cannot be located.
- Clinton thought the portion classification marking "C" on some of her emails was an alphabetizing marking.
- Clinton told the FBI she believes that the classification level of discussion of future drone strikes depends on the context.
- A Clinton aide, on at least two occasions, recalls smashing Clinton's old devices with a hammer to destroy them.
- A Clinton aide discussed with FBI investigators a mysterious flip phone that Clinton would use to make calls separate from her BlackBerry.
- Clinton couldn't recall being read-out of her clearance upon leaving the State Department.
THE FBI PROVED THAT CLINTON WAS LYING WHEN SHE SAID SHE TOLD THE SAME THING TO THE FBI AS WHAT SHE TOLD THE AMERICAN PEOPLE
Clinton: "I Have Said During The Interview And In Many Other Occasions Over The Past Month That What I Told The FBI , Which He Said Was Truthful, Is Consistent With What I Have Said Publicly. " NBC'S KRISTEN WELKER: "This week you told two separate news organizations that FBI Director James Comey said quote 'my answers were truthful, and that what I said was consistent with what I have told the American people,' that assertion, as you know, has been debunked by multiple news organizations, which point out that Director Comey did say there was no indication you lied to the FBI, but he didn't weigh in on whether or not you were truthful to the American people. So my question for you is are you mischaracterizing Director Comey's testimony, and is this not undercutting your efforts to rebuild trust with the American people?" CLINTON: "Kristen, I appreciate your asking that, because I was pointing out in both of those instances that Director Comey had said that my answers in my FBI interview were truthful, that's really the bottom line here. And I have said during the interview and in many other occasions over the past month that what I told the FBI, which he said was truthful, is consistent with what I have said publicly." (Hillary Clinton, Remarks At The NAHJ/NABJ Conference, Washington, DC, 8/5/16)
WHAT CLINTON TOLD THE FBI: I Can't Determine How A Document Is Classified
In Her FBI Interview, Clinton Could Not Give An "Example Of How Classification Of A Document Was Determined." "Clinton was aware she was an Original Classification Authority (OCA) at State. Clinton could not recall how often she used this authority or any training or guidance provided by State. Clinton could not give an example of how classification of a document was determined. Clinton stated there was a process at State before she arrived and she relied on the career foreign service professionals she worked with to appropriately handle and mark classified information." (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 2, 8/31/16)
WHAT CLINTON TOLD THE PUBLIC: I Was Certainly Well-Aware Of Classification Requirements
In A January 2016 Interview Clinton Went Into Detail About The Different Classification Systems At The State Department, Talking About How You Are Able To Tell If Something Is Classified At The Department. CNN'S JAKE TAPPER: "The Inspector General of the Intelligence Community said that some of the stuff contained classified information when it was generated, whether or not it was marked classified…" CLINTON: "Well, that is just, a very strong difference of opinion, the State Department does not agree with that, and it is almost an impossible standard because we, had two separate systems, we had the unclassified system, so anyone who was on the unclassified system with the State Department, would only be able to tell if something were classified if, it were marked classified, we dealt with classified information on a totally different system, nobody had access to that from an unclassified device, so I think a lot of this is being a public, um, display of the very common arguments that go on between different agencies in our government, this happens…" (CNN's " State Of The Union," 1/29/16)
Two Days Later, Clinton Discussed How Material Is Deemed Classified, Something That The State Department Was "Very Specific About..." CLINTON: "Well of course, and that is exactly what I did, I take classified information very seriously, you know, you can't get information off a classified system in the State Department to put on to an unclassified system no matter what that system is. We were very specific about that. And when you receive information, of course, has to be some indication that someone down the chain had thought that this was classified and that was not the case." (ABC's "This Week," 1/31/16)
In March 2015 Clinton Said She Was "Certainly Well-Aware Of The Classification Requirements…" CLINTON: "I 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 requirements and did not send classified material." (Hillary Clinton, Press Conference, New York, NY 3/10/15)
WHAT CLINTON TOLD THE FBI: The State Department Requested My Emails Out Of Concern For Their Lack Email Records From My Tenure
Clinton Said The State Department Sent Her A Letter Requesting Her Emails. "From that letter, Clinton understood State was concerned there were gaps in their records and requested Clinton's assistance in filling those gaps." (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 9, 8/31/16)
WHAT CLINTON TOLD THE PUBLIC: I Personally "Asked" The Government To Make My Emails Public
Clinton Claimed That Her Emails Were Made Public Because She Asked Them To Be. CLINTON: "Because if I had not asked for my emails all to be made public, none of this would have been in the public arena." ("Morning Edition," Iowa Public Radio, 8/14/15)
WHAT CLINTON TOLD THE FBI: I Don't Know Anything About The Security Of My Secret Server
In Her FBI Interview, Clinton Was Not Aware To Details Regarding The Security Of Her Secret Server . "Clinton was not aware of the specific details regarding the hardware, software, or security of the server hosting clintonemail.com." (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 4-5, 8/31/16)
WHAT CLINTON TOLD THE PUBLIC: My Server Has Numerous Safeguards
During The March 2015 Clinton Touted The "Numerous Safeguards" On Her Secret Server. CLINTON: "Well, the system we used was set up for President Clinton's office. And it had numerous safeguards. It was on property guarded by the Secret Service. And there were no security breaches. So, I think that the - the use of that server, which started with my husband, certainly proved to be effective and secure." (Hillary Clinton, Remarks At A Press Conference At The United Nations, New York, NY, 3/10/15)
BEYOND CLINTON'S CONTRADICTIONS THE FBI'S REPORT PRESENTS A HOST OF JARRING NEW INFORMATION
Clinton Used Eight Different BlackBerries As Secretary Of State, None Of Them Were Turned Over To The FBI For Investigation Because They Could Not Be Located
Clinton Used Eight Email Capable BlackBerries During Her Time As Secretary Of State, None Of Which Can Been Located, So The FBI Couldn't Forensically Examine Them. "Investigation determined Clinton used in succession 11 e-mail capable BlackBerry mobile devices associated with 212 REDACTED eight of which she used during her tenure as Secretary of State. Investigation used two e-mail capable mobile devices associated with 212 REDACTED after her tenure. On February 9. 2016, DOJ requested all 13 mobile devices from Williams & Connolly. Williams & Connolly replied on February 22, 2016 that they were unable to locate any of these devices. As a result, the FBI was unable to acquire or forensically examine any of these 13 mobile devices." (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 8-9, 8/31/16)
When Asked About A "C" Classification Marker, Clinton Posited That It Could Be An Alphabetization Marking
When Asked About The "C" Portion Classification Marking In One Of Her Emails, Clinton Told Investigators That She "Could Only Speculate It Was Referencing Paragraphs Marked In Alphabetical Order." "When asked what the parenthetical 'C' meant before a paragraph within the captioned email, Clinton stated she did not know and could only speculate it was referencing paragraphs marked in alphabetical order." (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 8, 8/31/16)
Clinton Told FBI Investigators That The Classification Level Of Discussion Of Future Drone Strikes "Depended On The Context"
Clinton Told FBI Investigators That The She Believes The "Classification Level Of Future Drone Strikes Depend On The Context." "Clinton believed the classification level of future drone strikes depended on the context." (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 9, 8/31/16)
Clinton Aides Used Hamers To Smash Clinton's Old Devices On At Least Two Occassions
In At Least Two Instances, Justin Cooper Used A Hammer To Smash Hillary Clinton's Old Devices. "Abedin and Hanley indicated the whereabouts of Clinton's devices would frequently become unknown once she transitioned to a new device. Cooper did recall two instances where he destroyed Clinton's old mobile devices by breaking them in half or hitting them with a hammer." (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 9, 8/31/16)
Clinton Aide Justin Cooper Indicated That Clinton Used A Burner Phone As Secretary Of State
Justin Cooper Says Hillary Clinton Used A Second Phone To Make Calls In Addition To Her Blackberry, But Clinton, Mills, And Abedin All Said Clinton Never Used Another Phone. "Cooper stated that he was aware of Clinton using a second mobile phone number. Cooper indicated Clinton usually carried a flip phone along with her BlackBerry because it was more comfortable for communication and Clinton was able to use her BlackBerry while talking on the flip phone. Clinton believed 212 REDACTED was her primary BlackBerry phone number, and she did not recall using a flip phone during her tenure at State, only during her service in the Senate.T Abedin and Mills advised they were unaware of Clinton ever using a cellular phone other than the BlackBerry." (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 8, 8/31/16)
- The FBI Obtained Phone Logs That Indicate A Second Number For Clinton Was Consistently Used In 2009 And Then Sporadically Throughout The Duration Of Clinton's Tenure. "AT&T toll records associated with 212 REDACTED indicated the number was consistently used for phone calls in 2009 and then used sporadically through the duration of Clinton' s tenure and the years following. Records also showed that no BlackBerry devices were associated with this phone number." (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 8, 8/31/16)
Clinton's Interview Shed Light Onto How She Played By Her Own Rules At The State Department
In Her FBI Interview, Clinton Was Unclear When She Had Received Her Clearance And Whether It Had Carried Over From Her Time In The Senate. (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 2, 8/31/16)
In Her FBI Interview, Clinton Could Not Recall "Any Briefing Or Training By State Related To The Retention Of Federal Records Or Handling Of Classified Information. (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 2, 8/31/16)
Clinton Could Not Recall Being "Read-Out Of Her Clearance Or Any SAPs By State Personnel" Upon Her Leaving The State Department. "Clinton did not recall being read-out of her clearance or any SAPs by State personnel." (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Hillary Clinton Interview Notes, Page 9, 8/31/16)
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