House Homeland Security Chairman: Hillary has Committed Treason
Hillary Clinton has been accused of many things over the years, and after today, she can finally add treason to that long, long list.
Even the most politically oblivious among us are able to discern Hillary’s craving for wealth and power, something that made even staunch Democrats rally behind Bernie Sanders during the party’s primary. But thanks to some slick maneuvering on the part of the DNC, Hillary was able to retain her stranglehold on the party and browbeat her fellow Democrats back into line and now she is poised to do the same thing to the country.
If God forbid she does become president, then her priority will not be the security of the country and the safety of Americans: her priority will be making sure that she gets what’s hers, regardless of what happens to everyone else. If you need to consider the possible consequences of such behavior, consider what happened after she mishandled classified material on her private email server.
Discussing Hillary’s emails on Fox News, House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael McCaul (Republican-Texas) said that there was a serious chance of foreign intelligence getting their hands on the information contained in them. Regardless of whether hostile actors obtained said information or not, Hillary’s behavior constituted treason in McCaul’s eyes and likely will in the eyes of most Americans:
“’This is why you have security protocols — to protect classified information,’ Mr. McCaul said on ‘Fox and Friends.’ ‘She exposed it to our enemies, and now … our adversaries have this very sensitive information that not only jeopardizes her and national security at home, but the men and women serving overseas.’
‘In my opinion, quite frankly, it’s treason,’ said Mr. McCaul, Texas Republican.
Citing sources familiar with the FBI’s investigations, Fox News reported Wednesday that there is about a ’99 percent accuracy’ that at least five foreign intelligence agencies successfully hacked Mrs. Clinton’s private email server she set up to use as secretary of state.”