Saturday, April 30, 2016


Now I understand why Secretary of State H. Clinton was so furious at Edward Snowden.  His First Amendment protected activity on NSA spying on our e-mails revealed that NSA would probably have her e-mails, illegally put on a private server in Chappaqua, NY.
So, like the morally rotten corporate lawyer she has always been, Clinton  piled on with Republicans in name-calling and shaming Edward Snowden, a heroic national security whistleblower whose disclosures revealed systematic Fourth Amendment violations.  Clinton publicly admitted that foreigners were trying to read government officials' private e-mails on their personal accounts .  Hence, her flagrant use of a private server for Top Secret information was "gross negligence," a violation of 18 U.S.C. 793(f).
Read national security expert Ray McGovern's article here:

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