Clinton Refuses To Say Whether Or Not She Wiped The Server

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32 Replies to “Clinton Refuses To Say Whether Or Not She Wiped The Server”

  1. Oh, "SHE WAS THE OFFICIAL,?" Is she nuts? That's kind of like putting an elephant in charge of counting the peanuts. Hopefully she'll never be elected to another position in government. She needs to slink back into the backwoods of Arkansas and she and Bill can throw their wild orgies and dance naked around a campfire by the light of a full moon. Good riddance Clintons. Good Riddance!!

  2. This is nothing, and there are no classified emails on that server. Hillary will win and the Republicans will cry, riot in the streets, call all her female supporters misandrists, and do everything they can to find a way to impeach her. I am 95 percent sure.

  3. According to Gohmert, the inspector general discovered that, with four exceptions, “every single one” of Clinton’s emails—more than 30,000—“were going to an address that was not on the distribution list.”
    In other words, according to the information Gohmert received from the intelligence inspector general, something was causing Clinton’s server to send copies of all of her email communications outside of the country “to an unauthorized source that was a foreign entity unrelated to Russia.”
    If true, this means that Clinton’s email communication with her top aides, department leadership, ambassadors, and other officials, including President Barack Obama, may have been read by an alien entity, perhaps a foreign power hostile to the United States. That could include confidential, sensitive, and even classified information about our foreign policy or our allies.
    Gohmert’s exchange with Strzok doesn’t reveal who the foreign entity is, but if not the Russians, the likely culprit is the Chinese government, which has a special unit of hackers within its military that has long targeted the U.S.
    Our intelligence agencies have identified the Chinese as responsible for the biggest data breach to ever hit the federal government, the 2015 hack of the Office of Personnel Management that stole the files, including security clearance applications, of 21 million current and former federal employees.

  4. I'm guessing the emails that didn't get turned over included incriminating intel gleaned from the illegal FISA surveillance. as well as the phones that ended up smashed with hammers.

  5. Yes, she can wipe that cockholster with a cloth or something. Anything to shut that lying hole up. She should have been brought up on charges to a grand jury. I suspect Trump used her "server" [mouth], too!

  6. "What? Like with a cloth or something?"                                             Facepalm so hard my head fell off

  7. Refuses to answer the question. Just keep heaping on bullshit to avoid clear statements that could land you in jail. Long time coming and you will be there soon!

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