Submitted by: LEAGUE OF POWER
A Russian Wrench in Hillary's Side
have been waiting anxiously for Hillary Clinton to face punishment for
her creation of America's most massive security threat in recent memory.
known as the "email scandal” of 2015, the FBI launched an investigation
into Clinton's improper use of private email on a home server
throughout her tenure as Secretary of State.
The now presidential
hopeful has long scoffed at the informal charges, dismissing criticism
by either feigning ignorance or explaining away her reckless online
But now, her campaign team and the liberal media
can no longer ignore a controversy so detrimental that it could possibly
change the course of the entire 2016 election.
considering how Hillary's misconduct could secure the win for Donald
Trump—with the help of Vladimir
Putin, no less—it's important to understand what exactly the scandal
entails. In a nutshell, Hillary Clinton may have single handedly
surrendered over 20,000 classified and unclassified emails to the
While the Democratic frontrunner worked at the State
Department, she blatantly broke policy by using a family email system
out of her New York home, choosing to go a step further by also
maintaining a private server.
To protect highly sensitive
documents, correspondence, and general information, government officials
are required to use federal servers for all official communications.
procedure is not only for confidentiality purposes and protection
against hacking—it's also to ensure total transparency and proper
recordkeeping under the Federal Records Act.
elected officials face fines and up to a year imprisonment if they
knowingly retain or delete classified materials from an undisclosed
initial revelations and subsequent investigation into the "secret
server” debacle, Republicans responded strongly for a number of reasons.
First, in the spirit of honesty, a private third party was never given
the opportunity to probe Hillary's server.
The problem is, under
the law, Secretary Clinton was able to use discretion in determining
which correspondence was deemed classified. Therefore, although her
aides deleted over 30,000 messages, the federal government can't do a
But for most conservative commentators, the issue is less
about technicality and more about truthfulness. From the time the
scandal broke through this last leg of the 2016 election, Hillary has
flip-flopped her story drastically, refusing to acknowledge her shameful
She's also been caught telling flagrant lies. This is
the reason why Bill O'Reilly, Sean Hannity, Mark Levin, and countless
others won' let the story go to rest.
The Select Committee on
Benghazi discovered at least 15 emails that Hillary's camp failed to
fork over during discovery. This is despite the insistence that she told
lawyer David Kendall to surrender anything remotely related to work.
on, Clinton also clarified that she thought it would be "simpler” to
work with one communication device; but alas, details of the case proved
she used both a smartphone and an iPad.
Her various explanations
continue to evolve over time. At some points, she's played the senior
card: "I don't know how it works digitally at all.” But at others, her
story changed: "Everything I did was permitted by law and regulation.”
who is Hillary Clinton? Tech illiterate old-timer? Or savvy server
expert? According to recent sources, she's the obstinate fool who
compromised sensitive government info, sending it directly into the paws
of Vladimir Putin.
Enter Hillary's pesky email problem and its link to Russia, Trump, and Election
Back in 2011, Russia began to scrutinize the online
activity of Romanian hacker Marcel Lazăr Lehel. Known popularly by his
online avatar, Guccifer, the middle-aged man tried to breach the system
of one of Russia's public news networks.
He was unsuccessful, but
the stealthy computer troll was able to gain something much more
powerful—tens of thousands of emails from Hillary Clinton's unprotected
NY server. In 2013, the Kremlin tapped into his findings, intercepting
copies of the supposedly "safe” documents.
Of course, America's
corrupt left wing media was completely aware of the high profile story,
but they failed to report on it. That is, until now.
server charade can't go on any longer, as US officials have extradited
Guccifer from a Romanian prison and have convicted him of two cyber
crimes unrelated to Hillary. He'll be sentenced in September of 2016.
until his jailing, Guccifer was a celebrity-obsessed
hacker, but the details of his activity are curious to say the least.
Lehel had no formal computer training or advanced hacking skills.
Instead, he simply made it his task to guess the account passwords and
security questions of countless celebrities, political figures, and
various high profile names.
Guccifer became so successful at his
game that throughout the course of the hacking, he was able to access
and leak records connected to the Bush family, the Rockefellers, Collin
Powell, and more.
When interviewed by the New York Times,
Guccifer revealed his motivations. Claiming Illuminati takeover, secret
nuclear attack, and other conspiracy theories, many wrote off the
Snowden wannabe. If he had breached Hillary's server, why didn't he
expose the findings?
To be fair, the Associated Press did briefly
touch on Guccifer's link to Hillary a while back. In the article, they
mention the possibility that Clinton's home server could have been
least 5 separate times, and all of those derive from a location in
Guccifer has publicly claimed to have breached the
Clintons' server, although authorities have never pursued the matter due
to lack of evidence. But if he's telling the truth, then those 5 spam
messages could have certainly been sent from Russian authorities who
were monitoring Guccifer's online activity.
the thousands of email records shows that the Secretary of State
received 5 emails cloaked as speeding tickets summons back in 2011.
There's no way of knowing if Ms. Clinton opened the emails or clicked
the malicious links.
What we do know is that Hillary and her camp
failed to alert authorities of the potential threat, which is another
problem she'll face.
Computer experts say that this knowledge
doesn't 100% give credence to the fact that Putin has the emails. Trying
to deflect from the severity of the situation, Clinton's spokesman
these emails show is that, like millions of other Americans, she
But now that Vladimir Putin has come out in
support of Republican shoo-in Donald Trump, experts theorize that he
could be holding on to damaging information that could secure the GOP
Putin made headlines when he referred to Trump as "a really
brilliant and talented person.” He continued, "he's the absolute leader
in the presidential race.”
Trump has made it clear that he would
like to improve relations with Russia, and their authoritarian president
has responded positively.
In a recent interview, GOP Senator Ron
Johnson speculated that Putin's invasion of Ukraine among other actions
shows there's a strong chance he has knowledge from the Clinton emails.
And if that's the case, then he could be using strategy to help push
Trump toward the win.
Judge Andrew Napolitano told Megyn Kelly
that there's evidence to support that the Kremlin is
currently debating what to do with their 20,000 golden emails. Whether
those records were obtained via the notorious Guccifer, or if Russian
authorities accessed the private server themselves, is a moot issue.
What's clear is that Donald Trump is sitting pretty right about now.
releasing the massive email cache closer to the time of the election,
Putin is pulling the strings from afar. Without proper time for damage
control and with Bernie Sanders out of the picture, the Donald will
emerge as the clear victor. But why does Putin care?
As of late,
Trump has been the darling of Russian's authority-controlled news media.
Having made provocative public comments on Saddam Hussein, the
situation in Syria, and ISIS, some of Trump's ideas have been
unexpectedly in line with Putin's own controversial worldview.
With an unlikely ally in the West, perhaps he sees new doors of opportunity if Trump rises to the top.
certainly be made clear as November approaches. Until then, we anxiously
await for the day that Hillary has to face those 20,000 little