Threat Knowledge Group chairman Sebastian Gorka is asked in an interview just how serious of a risk it was for Hillary Clinton to have these SAP emails on her server or servers, given that there are now reports coming out that she may have had more than one.
Gorka says, “This is absolutely enormous. We’ve talked about numerous smoking guns, this is the biggest, this is the .44 Magnum of smoking guns. SAP, for those who aren’t familiar, SAP is one of the highest classifications out there. If you think about it, our nuclear weapons programs fall under SAP.”
Clinton Exposed Us To Very Serious Risks And The Threats are Still Ongoing
He continues, “The idea that we’re putting these onto private, unguarded servers, this means that any enemy nation could penetrate and get access to those secrets, which undermines our national security or could lead to the Secretary being blackmailed.”
Gorka is asked what it means to him that a woman, Hillary Clinton, who played loose with the country’s secrets could potentially wind up as president of the United States. Gorka corrects his host, David Asman, saying, “It’s not playing loose David, it’s much worse than that. Even that last sound bite you played, listen to how she parses the words, ‘I did not receive or send information marked classified.’”
He points out, “That doesn’t matter, it’s not the marking that makes a government piece of information classified. It’s the nature of the information.” Asman points out that it could be so much more serious if Clinton were to become commander-in-chief, given her access to all of America’s secrets.
Gorka agreed, identifying two reasons for concern in particular. “Number one, if this is how she dealt with it when she was simply a cabinet member, how is she going to deal with it if she’s commander in chief? And secondly, there’s the issue of, what if anonymous or the Chinese accessed that information on her private server and she’s in the White House and they start to blackmail her, saying, ‘If you don’t do this with regards to something that matters to us, we’re going to let out what you really did. So she’s eminently blackmailable along with the issue of security of our future information.