Saturday, July 23, 2016

Greensboro Mayor Nancy Vaughan endorsed this; "Hillary Clinton exchanged nearly two-dozen top secret emails from her private server with three senior aides"

"The 22 emails were sent and received by Clinton in 2011 and 2012. Clinton discussed classified information with her deputy chief of staff, Jacob Sullivan, her chief of staff, Cheryl Mills, and Deputy Secretary of State William Burns. A majority of the top secret emails are email chains between Sullivan and Clinton.

This is the first time the State Department has revealed the identities of the officials who exchanged classified information with Clinton through her private email server...

The seven email chains, the State Department said, would cause "exceptionally grave damage" to the national security if publicly released.

Nancy Vaughan is willing to sacrifice national security
for political power

The new details about the top secret emails the State Department released on Friday was made in a so-called Vaughn Index, a document prepared in FOIA lawsuits in which government agencies justify the withholding of information under a FOIA exemption...

the State Department did not provide such information in the index it turned over to VICE News because it considers the topics discussed to be top secret as well. State wouldn't even say what month the top secret emails were sent and received because that too is top secret. Instead, the State Department's Vaughn Index only states who the authors and recipients of the communications were: Clinton, Sullivan, Mills, and Burns.

Nancy Vaughan is a symptom of a disease
who has had no problem lying about funding the Megasite for Roy Carroll
who openly supports HB2 while Nancy works for an LGBT group

...the intelligence community's inspector general (ICIG), said he received two sworn declarations from the intelligence community who reviewed several dozen of Clinton's emails and determined that her communications contained information deemed to be "CONFIDENTIAL, SECRET, and TOP SECRET/SAP."

...Top Secret/SAP, or special access program, is a classified designation "deemed so sensitive that it requires more rigorous protection than other classified information. Such protection may include heightened 'need to know' requirements, cover measures, and other steps,"

...the FBI said that on Thursday it started the process of turning over "thousands of documents" FBI agents retrieved from Clinton's private server that her aides failed to turn over to the State Department. The FBI said it will continue to "transfer the retrieved materials to the State Department on a rolling basis ... for review and determination as to whether they constitute agency records of the State Department under the Federal Records Act" and are subject to the FOIA."
Greensboro Mayor Nancy Vaughan endorses [unindicted criminal and confirmed liar] Hillary Clinton
"On May 5, a DNC employee asked colleagues to "get someone to ask his belief" in God and suggested that it could make a difference in Kentucky and West Virginia. Sanders' name is not mentioned in the note.

"This could make several points difference with my peeps. My Southern Baptist peeps would draw a big difference between a Jew and an atheist," DNC chief financial officer Brad Marshall wrote.

This is what Nancy Vaughan endorsed
and what Don is going to vote for at the convention

Lying, cheating and stealing are standard modes of conduct
for Greensboro's current mayor and husband

Neither the DNC nor Marshall immediately responded to requests for comment.

But Republican nominee Donald Trump said the emails were proof of the Democrats' "rigged" system, resurfacing an attack he's leveled against the party before.

"Leaked e-mails of DNC show plans to destroy Bernie Sanders. Mock his heritage and much more. On-line from Wikileakes, really vicious. RIGGED," Trump tweeted Saturday morning."
City Council Lied, again; "City of Greensboro moving forward to supply utilities to megasite"

Tony Wilkins is okay with stealing from Greensboro's water and sewer customers
for Jim Melvin, Roy Carroll and friends
with the help of Greensboro's News and Record