Hillary Clinton is a spy. And she’s terrible at it. That’s the only conclusion.
A. Barton Hinkle, a writer of such prominence that he’s able to part his name in the middle, details the Scooter Libby and Valerie Plame affair. No, not that kind of affair.
Back then — in 2004 — [Terry] McAuliffe headed up the Democratic National Committee. In an Oct. 15 interview on CNN, McAuliffe said Bush adviser Karl Rove had just spent “two and a half hours before a federal grand jury today answering questions about who in the White House committed treason by outing a CIA operative.”
Well of course there was no treason and Scooter Libby was convicted of lying to the FBI. (Seriously? That’s all you got? I lie to the FBI three times before breakfast, and I use my own first name!)
Which brings us to Hillary Clinton.
As the AP reported several days ago, “Clinton’s home (email) server contained closely guarded government secrets,” including “material requiring one of the highest levels of classification.” That material involves “special access programs,” a “highly restricted subset of classified material that could point to confidential sources or clandestine programs.”
Some of the material is so closely guarded that the State Department has chosen to withhold 22 of the emails, on the grounds that releasing them would be too damaging. One unnamed government official alleges the emails contain “operational intelligence” that could jeopardize “sources, methods, and lives.”
Hinkle points out that the Hillary bathroom closet server was outed by a Romanian hacker.
I just used the words outed, closet and bathroom in one sentence with absolutely no sexual reference.
The very best that can be said of Clinton’s behavior, which she claims was driven by personal convenience, is that it constitutes grotesque negligence.
I’m assuming for a moment that personal convenience, and not malice was at work here. Maybe stupidity. OK. Moment’s over.
Hillary Clinton has received millions of dollars through her foundation from international sources. Is it possible that someone said to her early in the game “Mrs. Clinton, if you want that information we have on you to stay secret, and for the money to keep rolling in please find a way for us to get a hold of certain classified information.
I’ll adjust my tinfoil hat as you think about it.
Now, if that scenario doesn’t make sense to you, try this one out: In what way has Hillary Clinton NOT acted like a spy? How would a spy act which is different from Secretary Clinton. We both know the answer.
If Hillary Clinton was a spy, she would have held the secrets of the United States of America more closely. She would have been more careful. If she was a spy.