Judge Nap: U.S. Intelligence Community Largely Mistrusts 'Careless, Reckless' Hillary
Judge Andrew Napolitano appeared on "Your World" today to discuss the revelation that the Iranian scientist executed by his own government after being convicted of spying for the U.S. seemingly was discussed in emails that crossed Hillary Clinton’s private server.
Fox News reported that un-redacted emails released last year appear to show Clinton refer to Shahram Amir as “our friend.”
Judge Napolitano said that this "looks awful" for Clinton because it shows she was aware of the fact that she couldn't use his name because somebody might be able to hack into the email.
"For her to say, 'I didn't realize that this was secret, I didn't know that I had to protect this,' is an argument that nobody will believe," Judge Napolitano said.
He said this is another example of why people don't trust her, including many U.S. intelligence officials.
He added that this is more evidence to justify the claim that the Democratic National Committee’s server may not have been hacked by Russia but by a disgruntled member of the U.S. intelligence community.
"The intelligence community largely mistrusts her because she put a lot of their number in jeopardy by the careless, reckless, even criminal manner in which she failed to protect state secrets."
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