Reports of how Team Hillary mishandled classified info just keeps getting worse:
— The Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) January 27, 2016
Is anything really surprising anymore?
Records obtained by The Daily Caller through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit show [Cheryl] Mills revealed that she lost her Blackberry in a March 20, 2010 email she sent to Bryan Pagliano, the State Department IT staffer who managed Clinton’s private email server.
Other State Department records indicate that Mills’ personal Blackberry appears to have been synced with her Gmail account. Many of the emails she sent from the personal account include footers which show they were sent from a Blackberry powered by AT&T.
Some of the emails Mills sent and received on the account contain information that the State Department has retroactively determined to have classified information.
Bryan Pagliano subsequently invoked the 5th before a House committee and refused to answer questions about his involvement with setting up Hillary Clinton’s private email server.
The Daily Caller writes that “it is unclear if Mills recovered her Blackberry after first losing it.”
Arrests are in order. https://t.co/xKSdJG6tFP
— John Schindler (@20committee) January 27, 2016
If this were you or I, we'd be doing a 25-year stretch. Politicians and their staff, not so much. https://t.co/3rOnT8iXxY
— P. D. Mangan (@Mangan150) January 27, 2016
— RINO Hunter 2016 (@Akashik0) January 27, 2016
Why are all these mid and low-level officials e-mailing senior officials info that arguably was born classified? https://t.co/TjWPhFJMUB
— Bradley P. Moss, Esq (@BradMossEsq) January 27, 2016
@DailyCaller I'm sure it accidentally fell into a lake, on purpose.
— Burden (@kmjoseph705) January 27, 2016
@DailyCaller She didn't actually "lose" it. She lent it to Lois Lerner and it was recycled in the normal course and doesn't exist anymore.
— Hauser Klenck (@howzitmann) January 27, 2016
— JM (@Kudzu81) January 27, 2016
— Michelle (@smiche27) January 27, 2016
Bold prediction: She will face absolutely no consequences https://t.co/vJl3qYU3Ow
— Michele Frost (@michelelfrost) January 27, 2016