FBI Drops DAMNING Report With Findings That Have The Power To SHAKE-UP Clinton’s Campaign!

FBI Drops DAMNING Report With Findings That Have The Power To SHAKE-UP Clinton’s Campaign!

The FBI’s report on what Hillary testified to is damning and is sure to haunt her through the rest of this election cycle. Look for Trump’s campaign people to bludgeon her with it at every available opportunity. I would. She richly deserves it.

Clinton used a total of 18 devices during her four years as Secretary of State… 13 Blackberries and 5 iPads. Does that sound to you like ‘personal use’? It also sounds like someone who knew exactly what she was doing and was trying to hide it… albeit incompetently. Still waiting on someone to subpoena Blackberry in Canada… She had her minions smash the phones with a hammer (again, subpoena anyone?). Because, you know, EVERYONE does that, right? They also destroyed the SIM cards when she would switch devices.

When the story hit the New York Times in March of 2015, Clinton’s private email account was deleted. That shows she knew full well she was in deep doo doo. The account was trashed after Cheryl Mills told a staffer at Platte River Networks (where Clinton’s server lived in a cupboard in a bathroom), to delete all of Clinton’s emails after 60 days. When the staffer heard the New York Times’ story, he is said to have had an “oh, s**t’” moment and then quickly “deleted the Clinton archive mailbox from the PRN server and used BleachBit to delete the exported .PST files he had created on the server system containing Clinton’s emails.” No obstruction of justice there… nope nothing to see AT ALL.

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From Western Journalism:

Friday afternoon document dumps are a Washington tradition and generally meant to bury bad news under the rush of media deadlines and reporters and government officials trying to close up shop for the week.

But the FBI’s release of its report on its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s personal email server is unlikely to get lost in the traditional weekend news hole. Because the report’s conclusions – which are already being publicized by Donald Trump’s campaign staff – are likely to be following Clinton throughout the long weeks ahead as the presidential contest comes down to the wire.

I especially enjoyed when Clinton tried to throw Colin Powell under the bus, blaming him for her security lapses. The opposite is true. He told her that he did not use those communication techniques because of the security risk. She proceeded to do the exact opposite. Powell warned her that all communications were subject to public records law, but Clinton seems to feel she is above such petty rules.

It gets even better. Clinton’s aide, Monica Hanley, archived her emails on a laptop and thumb drive. This was stored at Hanley’s home for a year, then the archive was transferred to somebody’s gmail account. The laptop was never wiped. Both were mailed to the Clintons and never arrived. They were lost in transition… probably in Russia somewhere. Someone who probably speaks Russian has the records of the Secretary of State from 2009 to 2013. That’s just peachy. Plus, there’s that pesky unknown gmail account that still exists out there somewhere.

Last, but certainly not least, the FBI reported: “In 2011, a notice to all State employees was sent on Clinton’s behalf, which recommended employees avoid conducting State business from personal e-mail accounts due to information security concerns. Clinton stated she did not recall this specific notice, and she did not recall receiving any guidance from State regarding email policies.” You’re kidding right? It’s obvious from this alone that she knew exactly what was going on and what she was doing. She just didn’t figure that she needed to do it because she was above the law.

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Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

Terresa Monroe-Hamilton is an editor and writer for Right Wing News. She owns and blogs at NoisyRoom.net. She is a Constitutional Conservative and NoisyRoom focuses on political and national issues of interest to the American public. Terresa is the editor at Trevor Loudon's site, New Zeal - trevorloudon.com. She also does research at KeyWiki.org. You can email Terresa here. NoisyRoom can be found on Facebook and on Twitter.

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