You don’t have to hack into the White House or The Pentagon if you’re looking for State Secrets. All you have to do is hack into Hillary Clinton’s private email server at her home, or get invited in by paying a cover charge: Donations to the Clinton Foundation will do just fine, thank-you.
If countries that gave large donations to Hillary’s ‘foundation’ got Hillary’s private email address would that assist them stealing State secrets?
This is the question being asked as widespread reports of a massive compromise of White House computer systems roll out as we speak.
One official says the Russian hackers have “owned” the State Department system for months and it is not clear the hackers have been fully eradicated from the system.
From The Free Republic:
The State Department is hooked up to every other part of the government. Imagine opening an ice cream store that shares an unsecured back wall with a 100 story secured bank building. And then selling access – not to the bank – but to the ice cream store. That’s what Hillary did. Only the ice cream store is her email server system, and the bank building is the ENTIRE federal government, starting with the State Department.
She was denied the presidency in 2008, so she got herself made Secretary of State in order to strike back against America. She left the Middle East literally in flames and opened our secure communications not only to the highest bidder, but to any bidder, and, ultimately, any hacker.
And she knew damn well what she was doing, because she had to break every law, protocol, procedure, process, policy and anything else in her way to do it – all while being questioned and protested to by government computer security experts behind the scenes for four whole years. So it’s all very, very deliberate.
And now she wants the powers of the presidency, no doubt to finish what she started.
Hey that’s rough – but raise your hand if you don’t believe she’s capable… I’m waiting.
I’m also waiting for the special prosecutor to be hired and that family finally run out of town – or worse.
The White House in October said it noticed suspicious activity in the unclassified network that serves the executive office of the president. The system has been shut down periodically to allow for security upgrades.
The FBI, Secret Service and U.S. intelligence agencies are all involved in investigating the breach, which they consider among the most sophisticated attacks ever launched against U.S. government systems. The intrusion was routed through computers around the world, as hackers often do to hide their tracks, but investigators found tell-tale codes and other markers that they believe point to hackers working for the Russian government.
National Security Council spokesman Mark Stroh didn’t confirm the Russian hack, but he did say that “any such activity is something we take very seriously.”
Hopefully they found Lois Lerner’s emails….
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