Insiders Reveal FBI Has These 2 Bombshells Against Hillary Up Its Sleeve
by Jack Davis, Western Journalism The FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of her private e-mail server while she was Secretary of State has revealed facts concerning top-secret emails that contradict the story Clinton has been peddling. Clinton has denied ever using her private server for classified information. However, Fox News analyst Monica Crowley appeared on The O’Reilly Factor Wednesday night and told Bill O’Reilly a far different story. Crowley based her information on two FBI sources. “As of now, at least 671 emails that Mrs. Clinton sent or received through her private server contained classified material,” Crowley said. “Of those, at least four documents are extremely problematic here in this investigation. Of those, two reached the highest classified designation, which is top secret.” “One of those documents, which has been publicly disclosed, contains satellite data about North Korea’s nuclear weapons program,” Crowley said. “I am told that that particular document is an open and shut violation.” Crowley, who said FBI Director James Comey is now personally directing the Clinton email scandal investigation, said evidence is piling up that could lead to charges, if there is a political will to file them. “As of now they do have enough to build a case against her if they so choose on two issues,” Crowley said. “One — gross negligence of the mishandling of classified data; and two — obstruction, multiple counts.” O’Reilly asked Crowley about Clinton’s often-used excuse that information she sent or received that was later termed classified was not so when she accessed it. “Bill, you are talking about classified material that may or may not have been stamped classified at the time but that material was in intelligence circles known as ‘born classified’ meaning that the information contained therein was so sensitive that it was assumed to be classified. And as Secretary of State she must have known that,” Crowley responded.
Crowley speculated about a possible indictment, but O’Reilly noted that the Democratic presidential candidate could face revelation of the investigation’s full range of facts. “If they don’t indict her and the evidence is there that they could, that will become public though,” he said. “And that will be devastating,” Crowley said.