EMAIL LEAK: Clinton WH Data STOLEN From National Archives–8yrs After Bill Left Office & Hillary Entered as Secretary of State

screen-shot-2016-11-03-at-6-30-46-pmThis timing just seems too coincidental. Hillary does know a thing or two about erasing hard drives. And A LOT of information went missing. Wonder what was on that hard drive?

A newly released email from the State Department shows that Hillary Clinton was informed in April 2009 of a massive theft of data pertaining to former President Bill Clinton’s White House records.

On April 13, 2009, Clinton attorney Cheryl Mills informed newly sworn-in Secretary of State Hillary Clinton via email that the National Archives could not account for a two-terabyte hard drive.

The hard drive contained information from the administration of her husband, former President Bill Clinton.

It’s not clear why the hard drive was stolen eight years after Bill Clinton left office, and at the start of a new Democratic administration that included his wife, Hillary Clinton, as secretary of state.

Theft of records from the National Archives had happened before.

The late Sandy Berger, Bill Clinton’s national security adviser from 1997 to 2001, removed several documents from the National Archives between Sept. 2, 2003, and Oct. 2, 2003.

Berger removed the classified documents from the National Archives by sneaking them out in his socks and pants. Berger then stored and retained such documents at his place of employment. He pleaded guilty in 2005 but received no prison time, according to CNN.

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