- September 11, 2018
Did China Hack Hillary’s Emails?
There is a rumor down on Conspiracy Street that China hacked into Hillary Clinton’s data communications before the 2016 U.S. presidential election and stole information vital to national security.
The office of the Inspector General (IG) released an “outrageous finding,” according to rightist commentator Dick Morris. A company owned by the Chinese government inserted code into Mrs. Clinton’s private email server at the U.S. State Department while she served as Secretary of State under President Barack Obama.
The Chinese computer program captured the entire text, word for word, of every email Hillary sent or received and spirited it off to the Chinese intelligence community in Beijing.
The Inspector General’s office was concerned about this clear view by a rival foreign power into the daily business over at the State Department. In 2015, they handed over this information to an FBI agent who subsequently made news headlines: Peter Strzok, a lead investigator for the FBI’s inquiry into ties between the 2016 Trump campaign and Russia.
Strzok was the guy in charge of looking into the bad industry practice that Hillary Clinton chose by using her own personal email server for high-level government work. Upon receiving the tip-off from the IG’s office that the Chinese had hacked into Hillary’s unauthorized and illegal private email server, Strzok did absolutely nothing in response.
Under Strzok’s silence and failure to act, Hillary Clinton continued to use her personal email server that mirrored all her communications back to Beijing. No security measures were taken whatsoever.
The FBI fired Strzok in August 2018 after an earlier discovery that he and FBI lawyer Lisa Page exchanged thousands of politically biased, Trump-hating text messages – all on taxpayer money, we might add. The Chicago Tribune said the two described Trump with the words “idiot,” “loathsome,” “menace,” and “disaster.”
An August 2016 text message from Page asked, “He’s not ever going to become president, right? Right?!” Strzok’s response was, “No. No he won’t. We’ll stop it.” (Just shows how wrong people can be, doesn’t it?)
No one could have been more pleased by swamp rat Strzok’s dismissal than President Donald J. Trump who tweeted on August 13, 2018:
“Just fired Agent Strzok, formerly of the FBI, was in charge of the Crooked Hillary Clinton sham investigation. It was a total fraud on the American public and should be properly redone!”
When Strzok gave testimony to the House Oversight Committee, Texas Congressman Louis Gohmert asked the FBI employee if he had any evidence that foreigners had penetrated Hillary’s email server. Strzok said that yes, there was some such indication by a foreign actor.
But because the press then asked about the extramarital affairs between Strzok and Page, this stunning admission was quickly overlooked and forgotten.
Until now. Dick Morris isn’t the only observer who believes that Strzok’s failure to act on information relevant to a gaping national security hole constitutes grounds to re-open the Hillary Clinton email server inquiry since the lead investigator was a Clinton sympathizer and Trump hater.
Another related scandal involves Democrat Anthony Weiner, a former congressional representative. Weiner admitted on June 6, 2011, after initial denials, that he had sent a waist-down photo showing a man in underpants to a 21-year-old Seattle woman on May 27, 2011 from his Twitter account. Not only that, he had sent the same photo to several others on social media sites.
After pressure from his colleagues, the humiliated, unprincipled Weiner resigned from Congress on June 21, 2011.
They say you can’t keep a good man down and Weiner proved that two years later. He ran for mayor of New York City in 2013 but quit the race when – guess what? – news came to light that “he had continued to send sexual texts under the racy pseudonym of Carlos Danger.”
Fast forward to 2016. On August 28, The New York Post tattled that Weiner was disrespecting his wife Huma Abedin, Hillary Clinton’s longtime aide. While she was hard at work on the presidential campaign trail, he was swapping sexual text messages (“sexting”) with a big-bosomed brunette. The next day, Abedin announced her plan to separate from Weiner.
Then, in September 2017, Weiner was found guilty of sexting with a minor. For several months in 2016, he and a 15-year-old girl exchanged online texts and videos, “including Skype chats in which Weiner asked her to undress and touch herself.” He received a 21-month prison sentence followed by three years of supervised release.
On October 30, 2016, a New York federal judge unsealed the FBI search warrant to inspect Anthony Weiner’s computer for emails related to Secretary Clinton’s private server – after the U.S. Department of Justice had announced that the investigation into whether Clinton mishandled classified information was closed.
The federal warrant stated that FBI officials had information indicating that there were thousands of emails on the laptop that could be related to the Clinton investigation. It seems that Huma and Hillary had stashed these sensitive emails in what they thought was the perfect hiding place in order to prevent their disclosure: a private computer protected by an FBI insider (Strzok) that was outside the jurisdiction of any federal scrutiny.
Despite this huge allegation, the Clinton email server scandal was not re-opened to consider this new evidence.
About a week before the 2016 election, the FBI announced they were reading all of Hillary Clinton’s private server emails. Several days before the nation voted in their new leader, the FBI made a brief and hurried announcement that they had found no classified materials there to incriminate Mrs. Clinton.
Recent news has revealed that the FBI did not, in fact, review all of the emails on Hillary’s private server. That number is closer to one-quarter or one-third. The rest have never been reviewed.
Along with Strzok, all the people in charge of the Hillary Clinton email server investigations have either resigned or been fired or demoted. By itself, knowing now that those top federal officials obstructed and covered up any genuine, unbiased examination of what the Democratic presidential candidate was really up to, would be a good enough reason for the Justice Department to re-open these official inquiries.
Add the Chinese hack attack as a second good reason to do so. The Weiner information makes a third reason to take a close look at the contents of Hillary’s private emails. But wait, there’s more:
In March 2017, The Pundit dropped the bombshell news that Hillary was a co-conspiratorial sexual predator who protected Weiner:
“New York Police Department detectives and sources working an underage child pornography case against Anthony Weiner confirm the laptop seized from the former congressman contains proof that Hillary Clinton knew he was engaging in a long sexual relationship with a minor but did not intervene to alert any state or federal authorities to protect the 15-year-old.”
Do you smell swamp gas?