Hillary Clinton's Email Problem Didn't Stop When She Left the State Department

Just when you thought the report that there were some 15,000 work related emails deliberately shredded by Hillary Clinton’s cronies and that some thirty of those emails were directly related to the Benghazi attack had wrung all the possible news out of Hillary Clinton’s email debacle, there is this:

Hillary Clinton continued sending classified information even after leaving the State Department, The Post has exclusively learned.

On May 28, 2013, months after stepping down as secretary of state, Clinton sent an email to a group of diplomats and top aides about the “123 Deal” with the United Arab Emirates.

But the email, which was obtained by the Republican National Committee through a Freedom of Information Act request, has been heavily redacted upon its release by the State Department because it contains classified information.

The markings on the email state it will be declassified on May 28, 2033, and that information in the note is being redacted because it contains “information regarding foreign governors” and because it contains “Foreign relations or foreign activities of the United States, including confidential sources.”

In other words, the material sent by Hillary Clinton months after she became a private citizen contained information so sensitive that it will not be released for 20 years. It is also a sure bet that this is not the only time she did this. And somehow, transmitting this unencrypted information on an unclassified email system did rise, in the view of FBI Director James Comey, to the level of “gross negligence.”

Hillary Clinton is a truly evil and lawless person who really believes she is above the law. She has acted that way throughout her public life. She is not going to change.