In Fairness, It's Just the New York Times

...which, as havens of disreputable journalism go, is infamous.
A special intelligence review of two emails that Hillary Rodham Clinton received as secretary of state on her personal account — including one about North Korea’s nuclear weapons program — has endorsed a finding by the inspector general for the intelligence agencies that the emails contained highly classified information when Mrs. Clinton received them, senior intelligence officials said.

Mrs. Clinton’s presidential campaign and the State Department disputed the inspector general’s finding last month and questioned whether the emails, which are being released to the public, had been overclassified by an arbitrary process. But the special review — by the Central Intelligence Agency and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency — concluded that the emails were “Top Secret,” the highest classification of government intelligence, when they were sent to Mrs. Clinton in 2009 and 2011.
"It was allowed," I heard someone say today. Well, in a sense of the words.


Ymar Sakar said...

Not disreputable. Enemy propaganda and psych warfare centers. Disreputable would imply that their reputation is bad for failing to do their job.

That's not what their job is, people think their job is to tell the truth because that's what they were programmed to think by propaganda and mind control. The 4th estate and all.

Texan99 said...

Well, she did it, right? No prevented her? That's what "allowed" means, right?

Can't wait for the new campaign roll-out, the all-new spontaneous authentic Hillary Clinton.

Texan99 said...

Jonah Goldberg: "What the H*** is she talking about when she says the State Department “allowed” her private, off-site, server? First off, Hillary Clinton was running the State Department. Does she mean that she allowed herself to do it? If so, this may be the greatest example of Clintonian weasel-wording yet. If she doesn’t mean that, can we have the name of the official who told Clinton it was okay? Can we have the paperwork? Or is the Clinton team still drawing straws to see who gets to take one for the team?"