Edward Snowden, the former government contractor who copied classified information from the NSA revealing numerous global surveillance programs, must had read the latest story about Hillary Clinton and the investigation into her emails with particular interest.
— Edward Snowden (@Snowden) February 24, 2016
According to Reuters, U.S. spy agencies presented Congress with two reports detailing how Hillary Clinton’s private email server contained some emails that should have been treated as “top secret” because their wording matched sections of “some of the government’s most highly classified documents.”
… some emails included passages that closely tracked or mirrored communications marked “top secret,” according to the sources, who all requested anonymity. In some cases, additional classification markings meant access was supposed to be limited to small groups of specially cleared officials.
Under the law and government rules, U.S. officials and contractors may not transmit any classified information – not only documents —outside secure, government-controlled channels. Such information should not be sent even through the government’s .gov email network.
Two sources said some of the top secret material was related to the CIA’s campaign of drone strikes against Islamist militants in the Middle East and South Asia.
— Jason P (@bolt2k4) February 24, 2016
@snowden And after that people are still voting for her instead of for Sanders …
Something does not add up !
— the man in green (@babar350) February 24, 2016
@Snowden Why are you held accountable but Hillary is not?!
— Christian Oliveira (@theyouthblog) February 24, 2016
— Sami (@fire172002) February 24, 2016
@Snowden she broke the law. But she's above the law
— fldore (@fldore) February 24, 2016
@Snowden She's a traitor and a plagiarist!
— Neil Ist (@perisb) February 24, 2016
@Snowden Surely now she’ll vigorously call for her own prosecution just as she calls for yours.
— Mario Diaz delaRosa (@MADdelaRosa) February 24, 2016
— Kristian Harstad (@KristianHarstad) February 24, 2016
@Snowden they aren't really going to give her a pass are they?!?
— #spleck (@spleck) February 24, 2016
— Phil Boudrot (@Pboudrot) February 24, 2016
— robert nolan (@mrbobbo) February 24, 2016
— VACUOUS CIPHER (@THE_DAILY_BLEAT) February 24, 2016
@Snowden So? What difference does it make at this point?
(do i need to add the /sarc?)
— Saratoga Prepper (@saratogaprepper) February 24, 2016
— Brian Basara (@fast98dodge) February 24, 2016