Hillary Clinton’s use of an unsecured, private server to send classified documents earned her a spot on an Army OPSEC training slide as an “insider threat” to national security. That’s pretty serious business, though that didn’t stop her from nearly becoming president.
But now, there’s another e-mail scandal brewing from the Obama administration and Judicial Watch is on the case:
We have obtained 215 pages of documents containing official, sensitive emails of Jeh Johnson, former head of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and three other top department officials sent through private, unsecured, webmail-based email accounts.
The documents include emails discussing high-level meetings Johnson was to have with the Kuwaiti ambassador and Saudi Arabian Interior Ministry officials, as well as a West African $4.5 million online consumer fraud scam.
We received these documents thanks a May 23, 2016, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit after Homeland Security failed to respond to a December 29, 2015, FOIA request seeking emails “relating to official United States Government business sent to or from” Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson and three other top Homeland Security officials that used “non-‘.gov’” email addresses.