Hillary Clinton’s problems may have just reached a whole new level.
Reports say the former Secretary of State sent email that was even more sensitive than “top secret” on her personal email account using a shady, home-based server that wasn’t properly equipped to deal with the security risks Clinton created.
The revelations come as Clinton’s campaign has collapsed, with Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders on the verge of possibly beating her in both Iowa and New Hampshire.
According to Politico:
“Intelligence officials have discovered sensitive national security information on Hillary Clinton’s server that goes beyond the “top secret” level, the intelligence community inspector general told lawmakers in a letter last week.
In a copy of the Jan. 14 correspondence obtained by POLITICO, Intelligence Community Inspector General I. Charles McCullough III told both the Senate Intelligence and Senate Foreign Relations committees that intelligence agencies found messages relating to what are known as “special access programs,” or SAP. That’s an even more restricted subcategory of sensitive compartmented information, or SCI, top secret national security information derived from sensitive intelligence sources…
The letter suggests that the universe of highly sensitive documents that passed through Clinton’s unsecured server goes beyond what was previously known…”