Ray McGovern, CIA analyst and advisor to Presidents Nixon, Ford and Reagan, believes that Clinton’s unsecured server was hacked.
McGovern also believes it was what tipped off the attackers to the consulate’s security shortcomings, directly leading to the attack that killed four Americans.
McGovern puts two and two together for a solid four in a report at consortiumnews.com:
McGovern connects the dots. Clinton’s server had plenty of communications about the lack of Benghazi security. Clinton’s server was hacked. NSA, who has admitted spying, knows it was hacked as they had plenty of reason to watch Clinton closely!
“We know that State Department bureaucrats under Secretary Clinton overruled repeated requests for additional security in Benghazi. We also know that Clinton disregarded NSA’s repeated warnings against the use of unencrypted communications. One of NSA’s core missions, after all, is to create and maintain secure communications for military, diplomatic, and other government users.”
“Clinton’s flouting of the rules, in NSA’s face, would have created additional incentive for NSA to keep an especially close watch on her emails and telephone calls. The NSA also might know whether some intelligence service successfully hacked into Clinton’s server, but there’s no reason to think that the NSA would share that sort of information with the FBI, given the NSA’s history of not sharing its data with other federal agencies even when doing so makes sense.”
You do not want to miss the full McGovern article! Read it here!
McGovern also includes Judge Napolitano’s continued warnings that Hillary is headed for huge trouble very soon!
Last week, Fox News TV legal commentator Andrew Napolitano said the FBI is in the final stages of it’s investigation into Clinton and her private email server. His sources tell him that “the evidence of her guilt is overwhelming,” and that the FBI has enough evidence to indict and convict.
It is so unfathomable! But really, what difference does it make? I just hope Napolitano is right and we will soon see some definitive action!