As more evidence of Hillary’s corruption piles up, we are just DAYS out from the election and another bombshell is dropped. As Trump continues to predict that Comey will have all the evidence he needs to solidify a case against the Clinton’s, the public continues to grow werey that an indictment will even happen at all.
The latest bombshell involves Hillary’s personal house maid, an immigrant from the Philippines, being given access to classified emails and state secrets. Hillary regularly had Huma send these documents home so Marina Santos could “print” them.
According to Trump, It is very possible that the United States could have a President under a criminal investigation and the scandals would likely continue throughout her Presidency. Of course Hillary continues to pass all of these indiscretions as a “mistake.
Daily Mail has the story:
Hillary Clinton regularly instructed her housekeeper to print government emails and documents when she was secretary of state – including classified materials, according to FBI memos.
FBI memos show Marina Santos often handled sensitive information, but didn’t have the security clearance to do so, the New York Post reports.
The housekeeper was paid to look after Clinton’s home in Washington, known as Whitehaven.
But the Democratic nominee also trusted the Filipina immigrant with state secrets, asking her aides to forward messages and attached documents they sent her on to Santos to print at home.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump blasted the arrangement on Sunday morning, telling a Sioux City, Iowa crowd that Clinton was ‘completely jeopardizing the national security of the United States.’
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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump blasted Clinton’s housekeeper arrangement on Sunday morning, telling a Sioux City, Iowa crowd that she was ‘completely jeopardizing the national security of the United States’
Clinton asked Santos to print drafts of her speeches, confidential memos as well as ‘call sheets’ – talking points and background information prepared before calls to foreign leaders, according to the Post.
‘Pls ask Marina to print for me in am,’ Clinton emailed Huma Abedin, about a redacted message from 2011 which was marked sensitive, but unclassified.
In a classified email from 2012 about the new president of Malawi, Clinton’s aide Monica Hanley told her: ‘We can ask Marina to print this.’
The housekeeper also had access to the Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) – an extremely secure room agents set up at Whitehaven.
Santos did not have clearance for the SCIF, yet ‘collected documents from the secure facsimile machine for Clinton,’ according to FBI notes.
The bureau noted that Clinton periodically received the Presidential Daily Brief, a top secret document prepared by the CIA and other intelligence agencies.
FBI memos show Marina Santos (pictured outside Clinton’s home on Friday carrying dry cleaning) often handled sensitive information, but didn’t have the security clearance to do so
But Clinton was never asked to hand over the computers Santos received the emails on, the printed documents or the printer she used to print them.