FBI Investigation: Hillary’s ‘Sensitive Files’ From Her Private Account Found On Romanian Server

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton checks her PDA upon her departure in a military C-17 plane from Malta bound for Tripoli, Libya

Hillary Clinton continues to insist that her emails have not been hacked.

Except, from new FBI evidence, it seems they most certainly have. Check out what the FBI found out when they went to see if Hillary’s email server had been hacked.

Washington Examiner reports:

Newly released notes from the FBI’s year-long investigation into Hillary Clinton‘s server suggests independent groups discovered potentially classified Clinton documents on a Romanian server while searching for evidence that her network had been breached.

The 100 pages of “302s,” or summaries from interviews conducted during the FBI investigation, indicated an unidentified witness consulted Newt Gingrich in August 2015 about how to orchestrate an outside review of potential intrusions into Clinton’s server. A “senior staff member” on the Senate Judiciary Committee was also involved, according to the notes.

Gingrich steered the witness to Judicial Watch, which put $32,000 behind the effort in February or March of this year. The project entailed scouring the “deep web” for evidence that Clinton’s server, or that of her close confidante Sidney Blumenthal, was hacked.

So it turns out, other countries do have Hillary’s classified emails. Wow.

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