Bombshell : It Turns Out Hillary’s Unsecured Email Server May Helped Terrorists Find And Kill Ambassador Chris Stevens
While the White House maintained that Hillary Clinton’s use of a personal Email server in no way endangered national security, and that she was not the subject of any investigation, several Emails have surfaced due to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, that show that Clinton’s communications may have at least endangered the life of Ambassador Chris Stevens.
They may have even given the exact location of Stevens that allowed terrorists to hone in on him. Stevens was one of the four who lost their lives during the night of the 9/11 siege of the consulate in Benghazi.
A March 27, 2011 email released last year was titled, “Chris Stevens mission.” It divulged: “The current game plan is for Mr. Stevens to move no later than Wednesday from Malta to Benghazi. He will stage offshore initially for a one day visit during which he will have meetings with TNC interlocutors and get a sense of the situation on the ground. The goal of this one day trip is for him to lay the groundwork for a stay of up to 30 days.”
An April 8, 2011 email was forwarded to Clinton revealing the “security situation in Benghazi remains quiet. Chris Stevens & team are in the hotel, moving only for meetings as required.”
An April 22, 2011 email revealed Stevens was on the road: “I want to let you know about a temporary rotation in Benghazi. TNC Envoy Chris Stevens has been on the road since March 13, when he began his outreach mission, and has been in Benghazi since April 5.”
An April 24, 2011 email has the exact time of a Stevens meeting: “”Stevens will be meeting with MFA in one hour and will make a written request for better security at the hotel and for better security-related coordination. He still feels comfortable in the hotel. They are looking into the idea of moving into a villa,but that is some way off.”
These email exchanges were performed over a personal Email address that was housed on a server that was located in an old bathroom closet in a loft in Denver.
While it is not clear as to whether or not the security for Clinton’s Email server was compromised, what is clear, is that she left herself open for the possibility for it to happen.