Regardless of what Democrats and Hillary supporters feel, Hillary has a real problem with her email server, and, let’s face it, if she was anyone else, she would certainly already have been indicted by a grand jury long ago, as there is more than enough information for a grand jury referral to have already taken place. Other people have been prosecuted, and convicted, of much less. Look at General David Patraeus. Former Navy Seal Matthew Bissonnette was threatened with prosecution unless he turned over his entire hard drive that contained exactly one photo of Osama Bin Laden after he was killed in the raid, a raid which Bissonnette was part of. Hillary had much, much more material, and that material is much higher security. Bissonnette is also now under investigation for working as a consultant will still a full time SEAL. Huh. What about Hillary and her use of her State Dept position to hook up the Clinton Foundation?
Anyhow, is this something?
(Fox News) A 2013 video, obtained exclusively by Fox News, raises fresh questions about how Hillary Clinton handled sensitive information at the State Department.
In the video, veteran diplomat Wendy Sherman reveals that in the interest of speed, Clinton and her aides would share information that “would never be on an unclassified system” normally.
The questions surround a 2013 speech in which Sherman compared the technology differences between serving at the State Department in the administrations of President Bill Clinton and President Obama.
“Now we have BlackBerries, and it has changed the way diplomacy is done,” Sherman, who was undersecretary of state at the time, said in the 2013 on-camera remarks. “Things appear on your BlackBerries that would never be on an unclassified system. But you’re out traveling, you’re trying to negotiate something. You want to communicate with people, it’s the fastest way to do it.”
Now, you could say this is rather innocuous, because that’s the way the world works now. And, you’d be correct if the system Hillary was using was a secure State Department run system. Diplomatic material is considered, at a minimum, sensitive, and tends to be deemed classified afterwards. Much of Hillary’s communications along these lines have seen massive redactions as the emails were released.
The problem here is that not only was Hillary using a non-State Department system, but that it was also totally un-secured. Heck, the server didn’t even have a proper SSL certification. Have you ever run across the message “your connection is not private” while cruising the web? That’s what you would see when accessing clintonemail.com. The security is about the same as logging into Facebook. Do you want to put your personal finances behind your Facebook password?
Would you want all your private business to be kept on a server system that was easily hacked? Would you want to communicate over a system that was so unsecured? Would you be willing to send your social security number, your bank account number, or your credit card number across that system? Do you trust doing business on-line with one of the big companies that was hacked over the last few years? Those companies had much higher security than Hillary’s server.
“Despite her numerous protests, evidence continues to grow showing Secretary Clinton knowingly sent and received classified material using her private email,” Jeff Bechdel, communications director for America Rising, said in a written statement. “This new video again puts Clinton on defense, forcing the former Secretary of State to explain why she put U.S. intelligence at risk by exclusively [using] a private email account for government business.”
Former House Majority Speaker Tom Delay is claiming that his friends at the FBI say the FBI is ready to refer Hillary over for indictment. Say what you will about Delay, the man certainly has contacts. The only way Hillary avoids indictment is political cronyism, and, even liberals must admit that if Hillary was a Republican they’d be saying she should have been indicted long ago.