Monday, September 19, 2016

Inside the scramble to cover up Clinton’s private email server

Computers from China and Russia tried to attack Hillary Clinton’s private e-mail server, according to never-released e-mails from the Denver company that set up and maintained the system.

And other internal e-mails show the IT executives fretted about being ordered to purge e-mails and scrambled to distance themselves from what they believed was the former first lady “covering up some shaddy [shady] s- -t.”

In a gallows-humor message, one called it “Hillary’s coverup operation.”

The FBI in July chastised Clinton and her aides over the use of the private server, saying, “They were extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive, highly classified information.” But the agency declined to recommend charges.



Anonymous said...

But Hillary said she knew what should be considered classified and what shouldn't and she did NOT send or receive classified e-mails from her home server. How many more lies will be said and cover-ups of info if she is elected President?

Anonymous said...

Remember Comey and his brother are tied to the Clinton Foundation.