Ex Obama Intel Chief Flynn: Russia and China Have Hillary’s Emails

ddn020513nasic133Former Obama Defense Intelligence Agency Director Gen. Michael T. Flynn has definite opinions when it comes to Hillary’s emails.

He says that without a doubt, both Russia and China have Hillary’s emails.  He has also offered some advice to his old boss, Barack Obama.  He says that Obama should pull Hillary’s security clearance and prevent her access to any classified documents and information.  He considers her a very grave security risk.  Flynn believes that Hillary has severely damaged national security.

Flynn made his remarks during an interview with the Daily Caller.   He called the use of a private server for all of her official State Department “unprecedented.”

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  “As an employee and Secretary of State, I don’t think she operates above any policy or law.  It’s just think that she is so unaccountable to the American people for having done what she did as a Secretary of State.”

Flynn also pointed out that the use of thumb drives to store classified information is what allowed Snowden to walk away with so much classified information:

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