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While media coverage has focused on a half-dozen of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s personal emails containing sensitive intelligence, the total number of her private emails identified by an ongoing State Department review as having contained classified data has ballooned to 60, officials told The Washington Times.

That figure is current through the end of July and is likely to grow as officials wade through a total of 30,000 work-related emails that passed through her personal email server, officials said. The process is expected to take months.
I still maintain that the idea that a Secretary of States entire email chain being available to whatever hacker was damaging than any particular secret, which is more likely to be known by foreign intelligence than by the American public.

CNN National Security Analyst Unloads On Hillary Over Email Scandal: ‘I Wonder Whether She Is Capable Of Being President’ [VIDEO]

“If this was on her server and it got into her smart phone, there’s a big problem there,” Baer said during an appearance on CNN International Saturday, noting that the sensitivity of the information reportedly found on Clinton’s private server was likely more secret than what Edward Snowden pilfered.

“Seriously, if I had sent a document like this over the open Internet I’d get fired the same day, escorted to the door and gone for good — and probably charged with mishandling classified information,” Baer said.
But his name is Baer and not Clinton.

Hillary Clinton Gave Up Amb Chris Stevens’ Location, Didn’t Even Know His Name!
Judge Andrew Napolitano is revealing more from the FOIA documents containing Hillary Clinton’s email. Using her unsecured server, and not an approved State Department server, Napolitano said, through her email, she revealed the location of French fighter jets, the size and location of no-fly zones in Libya, and the location of Ambassador Chris Stevens. Do you remember Hillary calling Chris Stevens a “friend,” as she stood by his coffin? Take a look at this email at Gateway Pundit, sent by Hillary (known as hrod – cute, huh?) the night of the Benghazi attack –– and friends, hrod reported Chris Smith to be dead. Not Chris Stevens, and not Sean Smith (who worked with the Ambassador, and was also murdered).
But seriously, folks. What 67 year old grandmother with a history of alcohol abuse and brain trauma hasn't had the occasional brain cramp? (For a slightly creepy video of Hillary aging 50 years in one minute, go here).

Sadly, Ross Douhat thinks even this isn't enough to keep the Clinton machine from forcing her way into the democratic nomination: Hillary Clinton’s Got This
. . . any “Hillary Loses” scenario has to involve some extra-political event, some scandal beyond anything the Clintons have endured before. And here I’m afraid that I am a bit cynical: While the email scandal is a serious business, I simply do not believe that the Obama Justice Department is going to indict the former secretary of state and Democratic front-runner for mishandling classified information, even if the offenses involved would have sunk a lesser figure’s career or landed her in jail.

And to continue to wax cynical, I think it would take an indictment of Herself, not merely an investigation that ultimately finds a fall guy in Clinton’s IT team or even among her intimates, to turn Democratic primary voters against Hillary or force her from the race.

Because absent an indictment— or, I suppose, an email showing her deliberately accepting payola from Vladimir Putin — the email affair, no less than the shady Clinton Foundation dealings, looks like the kind of scandal that Clinton supporters have long conditioned themselves to justify: An inappropriate and self-interested episode, clumsily covered over, but at once murky and slow-dripping enough for Democratic partisans to shrug, say, “LOLBenghazi” and move on.

And if they prove me wrong? Well, save this column: Come the Gore Inaugural, you can make me eat my words.
It's simply gotten to the point where we expect Clintons to get away with murder.

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