Radical Islamic terrorists were able to evade the U.S. military after Hillary Clinton tipped them off to upcoming raids via her unsecured email system.
The Washington Examiner reports:
Bill Johnson, previously a political adviser to the U.S. Pacific Command, claimed that on two occasions, the loose communications policies of Clinton and her immediate staff may have allowed U.S. targets to get away.
"Johnson says he and his team eliminated the possibility of other security leaks before settling on the unprotected telephone calls of the secretary of state and her aides as the likely source," reported Newsweek.
Though Johnson says that he has no definitive proof, he points out that American efforts to get at Philippines Islamist terrorist Umbra Jumdail were constantly thwarted as someone was clearly tipping Jumdail off.
He eventually chalked it up to loose chatter between the State Department and the unsecured American embassy in Manilla, which was easy to spy on. In what the magazine calls a "dramatic solution," U.S. forces stopped giving a heads-up to any senior State Department officials.
That appeared to do the trick. Jumdail and two senior aides were eventually pinpointed and killed in an airstrike.
Even worse, Clinton's illegal email system also helped terrorists target and kill U.S. soldiers.
"Johnson also suspects that 'sloppy' State Department communication was responsible for foiling an operation that was tracking agents from the United Arab Emirates, 'who were suspected of buying advanced remote-control bomb devices from China to use against U.S. troops in Iraq,'" the Examiner reports.