It is increasingly clear that Hillary Clinton should be spending time in a jail cell rather than a campaign bus seeking the presidency. She is enmeshed in multiple scandals, and it was always a question whether one of them would finally ensnare her, given the Clinton skill of evading even the slightest acceptance of responsibility for their wrongdoing.
It appears that she will be able to shrug off any responsibility for Benghazi and lying to the families about the cause of that tragedy. And it remains to be seen if her machinations with foreign governments and entities to fund the Clinton charity and her personal coffers in a “pay to play” scheme for when she took her “rightful” place as president of the United States. But the email scandal continues to cause fresh concern among anyone who is involved in the security and safety of this nation, and the idea that Hillary only had inconsequential yoga routines and wedding planning details on her private server as she initially suggested has long ago been shown to be a bald faced lie.
In a recent revelation outlined in a January 14th letter from Intelligence Community Inspector General I. Charles McCullough III, he indicated that they had found several dozen additional classified emails, including some known as “special access programs” (SAP). These are the ultra secret, even beyond “top secret,” and it is troubling that there has to date not been an indictment against Clinton, given the seriousness of the breach.
SAP document breach demands action, page 2: