Despite FBI Claims New Report Suggests HRC’s Illegal Sever Cost American’s Their Lives

Kirsters Baish| The Gateway Pundit has reported that thanks to Hillary Clinton’s criminal behavior and lack of action, up to 20 CIA operatives may have died in China. It has been reported that between 2010 and 2012, 18 to 20 CIA operatives were taken in as prisoners or killed by the Chinese government.

During the same time period, a Washington, D.C. area company, which was also run by the Chinese, hacked into Clinton’s private server during her time serving as Secretary of State under Obama. Clinton’s emails were obtained by the Chinese government. Hillary Clinton’s criminal actions had a severely negative impact on our country’s foreign policy.

The FBI did nothing about it.

During the same time that Dianne Feinstein had employed a Chinese spy as her office manager, the government in China was murdering and imprisoning CIA sources.

Business Insider reported:

China killed or imprisoned 18 to 20 CIA sources from 2010 to 2012, hobbling U.S. spying operations in a massive intelligence breach whose origin has not been identified, the New York Times reported on Saturday.

Investigators remain divided over whether there was a spy within the Central Intelligence Agency who betrayed the sources or whether the Chinese hacked the CIA’s covert communications system, the newspaper reported, citing current and former U.S. officials.

The Chinese killed at least a dozen people providing information to the CIA from 2010 through 2012, dismantling a network that was years in the making, the newspaper reported.

One of the CIA sources was murdered while standing in front of a Chinese government building. The Times spoke to three officials who explained that the source was killed as a message to the rest about the consequences of working with Washington.

The breach of Hillary Clinton’s private server had some seriously damaging effects. The amount of assets that were lost in the scam compared to those within Russia and the Soviet Union, which fell to pieces after spies Aldrich Ames and Robert Hanssen delivered information to Moscow, Russia. The report explains that Ames was a spy during the 1980s. Hanssen worked as a spy from 1979 to 2001.

The New York Times reported:

The Chinese government systematically dismantled C.I.A. spying operations in the country starting in 2010, killing or imprisoning more than a dozen sources over two years and crippling intelligence gathering there for years afterward.

Current and former American officials described the intelligence breach as one of the worst in decades. It set off a scramble in Washington’s intelligence and law enforcement agencies to contain the fallout, but investigators were bitterly divided over the cause. Some were convinced that a mole within the C.I.A. had betrayed the United States. Others believed that the Chinese had hacked the covert system the C.I.A. used to communicate with its foreign sources. Years later, that debate remains unresolved.

But there was no disagreement about the damage. From the final weeks of 2010 through the end of 2012, according to former American officials, the Chinese killed at least a dozen of the C.I.A.’s sources. According to three of the officials, one was shot in front of his colleagues in the courtyard of a government building — a message to others who might have been working for the C.I.A.

The CIA would not comment on the matter when they were asked about the report from the Times this past Saturday.