[Ed. – WTF alert. This is your government, run by Barack Obama. Marinate in it, troops. Emphasis added.]
The State Department is working on a document analysis to refute the intelligence community’s findings that some of Hillary Clinton’s emails should have been marked “top secret” when sent.
John Kirby, the agency’s spokesman, said Tuesday the State Department was building a case against the intelligence community’s conclusion “based on documents that only we have.” [What is this, an allegation of fraud in a bleeping Friends of the Library fund or something? This is so unbearable it makes you want to go smash something. – Ed.]
“We would continue to maintain that any conclusion about the classification of the documents in question is premature,” Kirby said.
His announcement came in the wake of a review by the CIA and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency that confirmed two emails from a random sample of 40 contained “top secret” information — a finding the State Department has repeatedly disputed.