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The most transparent SecState in history. (AP photo)

The most transparent SecState in history.
(AP photo)

If you still doubt that the Russians, Chinese, and/or Iranians were in possession of Hillary Clinton’s entire email archives during her tenure at State, then you’ll want to close your eyes, cover your ears, and shout LALALALALALALA rather than read the following report:

Clinton’s server, which handled her personal and State Department correspondence, appeared to allow users to connect openly over the Internet to control it remotely, according to detailed records compiled in 2012. Experts said the Microsoft remote desktop service wasn’t intended for such use without additional protective measures, and was the subject of U.S. government and industry warnings at the time over attacks from even low-skilled intruders.

Records show that Clinton additionally operated two more devices on her home network in Chappaqua, New York, that also were directly accessible from the Internet. One contained similar remote-control software that also has suffered from security vulnerabilities, known as Virtual Network Computing, and the other appeared to be configured to run websites.

When dealing with classified documents, that level of negligence is criminal.

Hillary Clinton belongs in jail.