BOOM! Navy Veteran Just DESTROYED HILLARY CLINTON “I Would Have Been Prosecuted and Imprisoned” (VIDEO)

BOOM! Navy Veteran Just DESTROYED HILLARY CLINTON “I Would Have Been Prosecuted and Imprisoned” (VIDEO)

The first question at last night’s, “Commander in Chief” forum in which both presidential candidates laid out their views about the future of the US military, as well as the country’s defense and security came from Navy veteran Lt. John Lester, who asked Hillary Clinton about her reckless handling of classified material.

According to The Gateway Pundit  ,John Lester: As a Naval flight officer I held the top secret sensitive compartmentalized information clearance.And that provided me access with materials and information highly sensitive to our war fighting capabilities. Had I communicated this information not following the prescribed protocols I would have been prosecuted and imprisoned. Secretary Clinton, how can you expect those such as myself who are and were trusted with America’s most sensitive information to have any confidence in your leadership as president when you clearly corrupted our national security.

Hillary lied and said her documents were not marked as classified confidential.

Last night Julian Assange announced that Wikileaks has thousands of cables Hillary Clinton signed with a “c” that designated it as classified confidential.



Cable signed Clinton with clear “C” marking, one of thousands, yet she told FBI she doesn’t know what “C” means.

— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) September 7, 2016

Hillary lied in her answer…

Hillary lied tonight. she instructed a staffer to cut the header off a Classified document…and send it to her

— Richard Grenell (@RichardGrenell) September 8, 2016

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