Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton's Parade of Disappearing Blackberries Is Your Holiday Weekend News Dump

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Hillary Clinton
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Today, right before Labor Day weekend, the FBI dumped some heavily redacted summary files of its interview and investigation of the private email and communication systems set up by Hillary Clinton when she was secretary of state.

Hey, at least they released the information early enough so that journalists can search through it before dumping their findings onto a populace that is currently stuck in traffic.

Here's a very quick summary from the Washington Post:

The documents, which total 58 pages, do not seem to provide any major revelations about Clinton's actions — though they paint her and her staff as either unaware of or unconcerned with State Department policies on email use. The materials also show that the FBI was unable to track down all of Clinton's devices, including phones, it sought, and that made it impossible for agents to definitively answer every question they had, including whether Clinton's emails were hacked.

"The FBI's investigation and forensic analysis did not find evidence confirming that Clinton's e-mail accounts or mobile devices were compromised by cyber means," the author of the report wrote. "However, investigative limitations, including the FBI's inability to obtain all mobile devices and various computer components associated with Clinton's personal e-mail systems, prevented the FBI from conclusively determining whether the classified information transmitted and stored on Clinton's personal server systems was compromised via cyber intrusion or other means."

When they say "all her devices," they're talking about 13 different mobile devices and 5 tablets, most of which were never found or turned over to the FBI for inspection. That information has been raising a lot of eyebrows, given how Clinton's defense of her secretive and private email and communication methods was because she wanted to handle it all from one device for ease. Maybe she meant only one device at a time? (Update: Also, a laptop used to archive Clinton's emails is missing.)

The other big eyebrow-raiser is that it appears, at least based on what the FBI was told, that Clinton had very little grasp of what classified markings on documents even were or what they meant. She did not know that a "C" marking meant that she was dealing with "confidential" information and told investigators she speculated "it referenced paragraphs marked in alphabetical order."

Clinton sent a memo warning staff not to conduct Department of State emails from personal accounts but then later told the FBI she didn't recall sending that memo. And the State Department sent out warnings frequently to staff about the security dangers of not using mobile devices not "configured to State security guidelines."

Oh, and the FBI has recovered more than 17,000 emails that she didn't turn over to the FBI, like she says she did. They're a mix of both work-related and personal emails.

Chris Cillizza over at the Washington Post has a great look through the components of the investigation that hadn't really been made clear already from FBI Director James Comey's previous public statement. A deep look paints a picture of a secretary who was at least completely disengaged in appropriate security protocols, even though she herself was at one point concerned she had been hacked.

At its worst, we're looking at somebody who is deliberately playing dumb about the handling of classified materials in order to avoid accountability, and that person is now asking to us to vote for her as president. Even without proper labeling, somebody with the duties of secretary of state should know what sort of information they're dealing with. Comey said exactly that in July. Remember, part of Clinton's campaign is essentially calling Donald Trump dangerously uninformed and reckless.

Peter Suderman has written extensively at Reason how this entire scandal has highlighted Clinton's problems with honesty and why voters don't trust her. Read some previous analysis here and here.

You can download the FBI documents and analyze them yourself here.

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  1. “She did not know that a “C” marking meant that she was dealing with “confidential” information and told investigators she speculated “it referenced paragraphs marked in alphabetical order.””

    Top. [Wo]men.

    I wonder what a “major revelation[]” would look like to the Washington Post?

    1. Trump or someone Trump-adjacent opens mouth, maybe says something?

    2. Don’t forget she is supposed to be the most qualified candidate in US history, according to our media and Obama.

      1. Which calls into question the possibility that the media and Obama are suffering serious brain damage.

      2. May I clean your Server with a dustcloth, Sir?

        1. May I clean your mobile devices and tablets with this sledge and acid, madam?

      3. Which is exactly why we know she is the least qualified candidate in history. It has really gotten that easy, generally, namely that if the Obama and his cheerleaders say one thing, then the opposite it highly likely to be true. In some cases, the “thing” they are talking about doesn’t even exist.

    3. What’s more believable, that a woman who had been a Senator and received classified briefings for 8 years, followed by another 4 years as Secretary of State, had no idea that a “C” portion marking meant “Confidential,” or that she knew but didn’t give a shit about information security measures?

      1. didn’t give a shit about information security measures

        That’s clear in either case. I can’t believe the 12 years of Senator/SoS and she doesn’t know what the ‘C’ means unless she doesn’t give a shit about it.

      2. I still remember “Confidential” from the first security classes I had as a brand-new second lieutenant. I’d guess new senators and secretaries get the same information.

        But I’ll bet in Hillary’s class they don’t keep saying, “And if you screw this up, you’re going to prison.

        I wonder, what is the procedure if someone loses the Blackberry with the nuclear launch codes on it?

      3. Because she is lying her sick old ass off. Why is nobody just saying that? She is a lying criminal.

    4. Come on, being senile is not a disqualifier for the presidency.

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  2. Yeah, but did you see what Trump said?

  3. Missing blackberries, eh? Has anybody checked her pie?

    1. I’ll pass. Too many fingers in it.

      1. Plus, if it’s like her ideas, it’s half-baked.

    2. She wiped her pie pan clean with a cloth, so they can’t be there.

    3. I did, it was right in the crack pot just like everyone said.

    4. If we are going to go there then check Huma’s nose.

  4. I can’t even

    1. your mom can’t even!

      1. Nice handle btw.

        1. Thanks. I got it from my X.

          1. You’re desperate.

            1. No, I’m Johnny Hit n Run Paulene. Your mom’s desperate.

              1. and yes, I got it – excellent catch! Just my weak sense of humor.

  5. What possible difference does it make? She just wants to be president. All the other stuff isn’t important!

    1. VOTE VAGINA1!!111!!111!!111!11!!!!!!!!!

      1. There are a number of “ballot boxes” I’d like to stuff but hers would not be one.

  6. I remember Woodstein mentioning that the Nixon admin knew more about the news business than the WaPo knew about the Nixon admin.
    I’d say the FBI knows very well indeed how to bury information harmful to the D party.

  7. At its worst, we’re looking at somebody who is deliberately playing dumb about the handling of classified materials in order to avoid accountability, and that person is now asking to us to vote for her as president. Even without proper labeling, somebody with the duties of secretary of state should know what sort of information they’re dealing with.

    While at best it means were dealing with an incompetent idiot who can’t be bothered with what was literally the most important 2/3 of her job. Dealing with and analyzing sensitive information. The other third we can’t be sure about is how competently she responded and acted on that sensitive information. Oh wait see Lybia, ISIS, current alleged Russian “hackings”, Iranian reneging on the nuke deal and China expanding their claim on pacific waters.

    1. She is either too dumb to be president or too criminal to be president.

      There are no other options.

      1. And the first isnt a serious option.

        1. I’m not altogether sure the first isn’t a real possibility. She has never struck me as particularly smart, amd seems to have moved through life mostly on a willingness to break rules and a disinclination on the part of the Liberal establishment to look too closely.

      2. But Trump is a big mean doody-head who says mean things, so Her Imperial Majesty should win!

      3. Could be both, yes?

    2. False. 1/2 was making money selling influence. The other 1/2 her job was about staying relevant and checking boxes for the next presidential election she could run in so she could make even more money selling even more influence.

    3. Exactly. The best-case scenario is that we are on the verge of electing a incompetent, possibly brain-damaged conspiracy theorist to be the President of the U.S.

      The more likely case is that she knows exactly what these things mean, but it makes her look bad, so she lies her ass off (and the entire Legacy Media helps because Trump is LITERALLY Hitler).

      1. The best-case scenario is that we are on the verge of electing a incompetent, possibly brain-damaged conspiracy theorist to be the President of the U.S.

        The only question is, which one will it be?

  8. At its worst, we’re looking at somebody who is deliberately playing dumb about the handling of classified materials in order to avoid accountability, and that person is now asking to us to vote for her as president.

    at its *worst*?

    That’s the most-generous reading.

    The *worst* would be something more along the lines of,

    “someone who has systematically abused the powers of her office and lied about her actions in an attempt to avoid federal record keeping requirements & FOIA obligations, possibly due to potential conflicts of interests brought about by her connections to the Clinton Foundation”

    This is one of those situations where neither of the possible readings allow for any exculpation =

    – either she’s so incredibly incompetent that she broke rules thousands of times over, while ignoring clear instructions (as well as court-ordered requests made to the State Dept for her records)

    – or she was willfully evading federal oversight.

    “Dumb” isn’t an option.

    1. “Dumb” isn’t an option.

      The woman went from being Bill Clinton’s Bottom Bitch to teetering on the cusp of Leader of the Free World (not going to mention all the successes inbetween). There’s nothing dumb about her. She literally used her position as 1st Lady as a stepping stone to the Presidency. That’s some sinister long-range shit right there. And she’s going to do it in spite of her high negatives.

      1. I really wonder what she does if she actually becomes president. It’ll be like a dog finally catching the car. Does she even want to do the job? Can she physically handle the daily stresses of it? Unlike Obama, who’s been semi-retired for years, she doesn’t even like the retail politics part of the job. She hates people, gatherings, popular media, and has no charisma. And she doesn’t have any agenda or policies goals either. She just wants to be president because, well, because.

        1. “I really wonder what she does if she actually becomes president.”

          Easy. Sell everything not nailed down to the Sa’udis.

      2. I agree that we are dealing with a psycho/sociopath of epic proportions here. The standing issue is whether we have heard the last of Hitlery after she loses in November 2016.

    2. excellent summation.

  9. Here’s why calling Donald Trump ‘reckless’ doesn’t pack that much of a punch.

    Ok Kmele Shackford, whatever you say.

  10. So far I haven’t seen any outlets bring it up. But, at one point in the document dump it says. “In Fall 2008, Clinton’s longtime aide, Huma Abedin, proposed hiring former Clinton campaign staffer Bryan Pagliano to the system.” Then on page 10 it says that none of her aids, including Abedin was aware of the system until it became public knowledge. Now, I’m no FBI agent. But, that seems deceptive to me.

    1. The notion that she or her aides didn’t lie to the FBI within this testimony and it couldn’t be proven is absurd. You could add to your paragraph that Huma is on record in those damn emails asking Hillary if maybe they shouldn’t switch over to a .gov email because of issues they were having. To which Hillary basically replied nah, I don’t want to be subject to FOI requests.

      1. Yea, I know. But, I haven’t seen them reference that in the document dump yet(I’ve only read about half). I’m just floored that the actually included conflicting statements in the summation they released.

        1. Not to mention Huma and Hillary denying that she brought her Blackberrys and iPads into her restricted SCIFs, but other staffers said it was routine. She actually stored them in the drawer at her desk. Putin had a 24/7 microphone on her.

  11. I hope this brightens everyone’s day.

    https://i.sli.mg/vW9Ema.jpg

    1. It did mine. THX.

    2. I like “Everybody Sucks 2016” better than the Johnson ad.

      1. They pair nicely.

        1. Everybody sucks Johnson 2016?

    3. I’m confused, does everybody suck 2016, or is Gary Johnson a credible alternative?

      I’ll take my answer from SIV off the air.

      1. The tiebreaker is “Delivering quality with integrity”

      2. I read it as a conversation between the billboard and the truck.

        Billboard: Gary Johnson is a “credible alternative”
        Truck: Nah, Everyone sucks, the US is doomed.

        It’s in Tukwila.

    4. huh, that picture taken up this a’way. Where is there a Gay Jay billboard in Wa? Is that Puyallup? My detective skills suggest the Chevy ahead of you was purchased at Seaview GMC.

  12. so there is no need to establish intent, these are strict liability issues. what the fuck?

    1. 1. You are absolutely correct.

      2. Even if there were a requirement to establish intent, it would be well and thoroughly established by now. People have been sent to jail for life on crimes with stringent mens rea standards with less evidence of intent.

    2. Comey’s specific argument was that the parts of the Espionage Act that are strict liability and call for punishment of negligent handling of classified material have never been used except for cases involving actual espionage. That’s the ‘nuanced’ line of bullshit he adopted. Only issue is, it’s completely false.

      When Comey was #2 at the DOJ under Bush, they prosecuted an NSA analyst under 18 U.S.C. ? 793(e) only despite the FBI publicly stating they had no evidence of ill intent or espionage.

      “Whoever having unauthorized possession of, access to, or control over any document, writing, code book, signal book, sketch, photograph, photographic negative, blueprint, plan, map, model, instrument, appliance, or note relating to the national defense, or information relating to the national defense which information the possessor has reason to believe could be used to the injury of the United States or to the advantage of any foreign nation, willfully communicates, delivers, transmits or causes to be communicated, delivered, or transmitted, or attempts to communicate, deliver, transmit or cause to be communicated, delivered, or transmitted the same to any person not entitled to receive it, or willfully retains the same and fails to deliver it to the officer or employee of the United States entitled to receive it”

      He got 6 years.

      1. Not only is it false that they’ve never used it before, they would absolutely use it again in a heartbeat for anyone other than Clinton.

      2. It should also be added that the Obama administration has routinely lowered the bar for Espionage Act prosecutions. They have used it more than all other administrations combined since its passage. They have defined Espionage as leaking to the media. The argument that Comey made was prosecuting Hillary would be unfair regardless of whether it would be constitutional/right by the letter of the law. Beyond this being flat-out false – others have been charged and prosecuted for far less under these statutes without intent or malice, but it’s a contradiction of what Comey’s FBI has done the last 8 years going after leakers for Obama.

        1. Another reason that they all “gots to go.”

        2. Another reason that they all “gots to go.”

  13. She did not know that a “C” marking meant that she was dealing with “confidential” information and told investigators she speculated “it referenced paragraphs marked in alphabetical order.”

    Again, I believe all this to be true. People at Hillary’s level have staffers to handle this type of stuff. She’s going to be big picture. And again, the focus on what is or wasn’t classified continues to skirt the point that she explicitly wanted a private server so she could conduct her foundation business and State business together and keep them out of the public eye. Illegal. And yes, the mic drop is implied.

    1. I, for one, find it comical that the DOJ kept this investigation as narrow as possible. A field agent investigating a report of cyber harassment through email led to the take down of the head of the CIA. But here the FBI was basically told that you can only investigate and charge her for violating the Espionage Act. Other laws related to the handling and maintaining of public records were just ignored completely. I mean, so was the Espionage Act for that matter, but since when does the FBI refuse to look into or consider obvious other laws broken right before their eyes?

      1. “it referenced paragraphs marked in alphabetical order.”

        And BTW, this second part is most certainly a lie. Imagine being HRC and having your own personal email server. You’re conducting matters of State and Foundation business. You think HRC was actually checking her email? FUCK NO!

        I’m of low-to-middling importance in my company and I get a steady stream of emails 24×7, and I have no assistant. I literally can’t check them all. HRC is going to have a battery of assistants checking, sorting, flagging emails for Hillary to read and /or send out.

        Because it was a personal server, we don’t have any record of who had access to Hillary’s email. It has nothing to do with hackers.

    2. I am certain she had a staffer take her training courses for her.

      It isn’t uncommon for corporate VPs to have secretaries complete mandated online training sessions.

      1. yeah,I really cannot see Criminal Hillary sitting through training classes. Either she got somebody to sign off on her,or a staffer stood in for her. And she skipped her exit security briefing completely,there’s NO record of her completing it,and it is mandatory.

  14. Most qualified.

    EVER!

    1. Yeah, fuck you, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, John Quincy Adams, and Dwight Eisenhower.

  15. What difference, at this point, does it make?

  16. This article doesn’t mention a lot of the other reveals. Among them, Hillary’s email was subject to numerous phishing attempts. Huma in one email states she clicked on at least one. In another instance, Hillary received an email she thought was from someone she knew but which linked to ‘pornographic material.’

    She continues to claim there is no evidence her server was compromised.

    1. Unfortunately, unless the FBI knows something we don’t, there is no evidence her server was compromised. This doesn’t mean I don’t believe it wasn’t compromised, but that there is simply no evidence it was.

      We’ve been treated to speculative stories for months, including one Russian hacker (currently in jail) claiming he was all like, totally in there and stuff– but unfortunately, listening to some bros talk about their conquests isn’t very convincing. Give me a stack of emails that can be reasonably vetted as coming from the HRC server– that haven’t already been publicly released and then we’ll talk. Otherwise, it’s just SportsCenter speculation about the upcoming season.

      1. This indicates it was breached, and that the FBI was aware. Someone using Tor accessed her server:

        According to the bureau’s review of server logs, someone accessed an email account on Jan. 5, 2013, using three IP addresses known to serve as Tor “exit nodes” ? jumping-off points from the anonymity network to the public internet.

        The owner of the account, whose name is redacted in the report, said she was “not familiar with nor [had] she ever used Tor software.”

        1. I saw your TOR link below and I’m reading it now. This is the first I’ve heard of it. Unfortunately it’s still frustratingly vague. An account on HRCs server. it’s bad, but until we get a Wikileaks email dump, it could just be mundane hacker activity by script kiddies who didn’t even know what they were looking at.

    2. Hillary received an email she thought was from someone she knew but which linked to ‘pornographic material.’

      That was from me actually. I sent her what she thought was a cat video from an email address spoofed to look like Sidney Blumenthat’s. Ain’t I a stinker!

      *Note: the above is completely untrue, Preet.

    3. In another instance, Hillary received an email she thought was from someone she knew but which linked to ‘pornographic material.’

      To be fair, her personal assistant is married to Anthony Weiner.

  17. The notes include an entry that says that someone mistakenly deleted Clinton’s archived mailbox from her server and exported files.

    The deletion took place between March 25 and March 31, the FBI learned in a May 3 interview. The name of the person who deleted the emails was redacted from the FBI’s notes.

    “In a follow-up FBI interview on May 3, 2016, —— Indicated he believed he had an ‘oh s–t’ moment and sometime between March 25-31, 2015 deleted the Clinton archive mailbox from PRN server and used BleachBit to delete the exported .PST files he had created on the server system containing Clinton;s e-mails,” the FBI notes released on Friday stated.
    http://thehill.com/blogs/ballo…..-nyt-story

    1. Hillary deleted her emails after the NYT’s broke the story

      1. Nah, man, it was just an “oh shit” moment during which BleachBit was inadvertently downloaded and mistakenly used on all of her emails.

        1. Hate when that happens.

          1. Your Honor, I simply tripped and my erect penis fell into her.

            1. Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, my client was so drunk that she didn’t “intend” to drive into that school playground killing those 4 American kids in Libya.

              1. “You can imagine my client’s discomfiture when he realized he was not, as he had thought, at a firing range, but in an elementary school! Mistakes happen, Your Honor, but at this point, what difference does it make?”

    2. That wasn’t an “oh shit” moment, that was an “oh thank God” moment.

  18. dangerously uniformed

    What qualifies as a dangerous uniform?

    1. Bright colors?

    2. I’ve watched enough Star Trek to know the answer to that is “red”.

  19. Hillary’s server WAS breached by someone using Tor.

    And while she claims she did not recall receiving State Department training on classified materials, she signed for it and is on video publicly talking about the importance of protocols for handling classified materials.

    1. she claims she did not recall receiving State Department training on classified materials

      I thought I remembered reading somewhere that the State Department could not find any evidence that she had performed any training on classified materials.

      The kind of training I have to do yearly, which my employer, the company I am a subcontractor to, and the government agency for which I work most assuredly DO keep documentation on.

      I can’t figure out whether it would be better if she didn’t take the training, or if she did take the training and the State Department got rid of the evidence to support her “Unfrozen Cavewoman Secretary of State” legal defense.

      1. they have the sheet for her initial security training,that she signed,but cannot find any record of her ever taking or completing the exit briefing,where they refresh the person’s knowledge of how classified material must be treated post-employment.

  20. do not seem to provide any major revelations about Clinton’s actions

    I must admit you are absolutely correct about that. I cannot imagine what sorts of horrors it would take to make me say “huh, that’s an eye-opener, I wouldn’t have expected that kind of thing out of her”. And I’ve read scripts for snuff films.

    1. Don’t get Scott’s comment at all if he actually read up everything coming out. I think the guy who runs this blog has taken the position that the emails are a big yawn, and it trickles down to the rest. Then it’s a Friday afternoon.

      There’s a ton of new shit in here. Is it surprising? Well, only to the rare true believers in Hillary. But it definitely is new.

      1. Is it surprising? Well, only to the rare true believers in Hillary

        Certainly not to them. If you are still a Hillary true believer at this point, nothing could ever shake you

  21. In organizations that are at all concerned with info security, a missing device sets off klaxons and flashing red lights. You have to report those immediately, as a missing device doesn’t just compromise what’s actually on it, it (potentially) compromises any system you ever used it to connect to.

    Merely losing a device, or even misplacing it for any length of time, is a serious security breach all on its own. Not reporting it compounds the breach.

    But, we all know this already headed for the memory hole. I look forward to furrowed-brow chin-stroking articles in a year or two about why nobody noticed during the campaign that Hillary’s health and mental condition weren’t up to the job. Why were there no red flags, etc.

    1. In organizations that are at all concerned with info security, a missing device sets off klaxons and flashing red lights.

      I started to write a post about how our hospital would have dealt with lost devices and it started to turn into a 900 word rant.

  22. Man, it’s too bad the FBI handled this investigation instead of the NFL. The NFL would’ve suspended this bitch six ways to Sunday.

    1. Well, the NFL basically issues its punishments based on which way they think the media is going with a story. Domestic violence? 1 to 2 games, even after we establish a policy mandating 6 games. Video of you knocking your bitch out in an elevator? Now we’re going to have throw the book at you. Is your name Peyton Manning? We aren’t even going to bother.

  23. Yeah, it’s ZeroHedge, but it’s apropos of all of the above discussion…

  24. re: the 17,000 emails she didn’t turn over.

    Did they recover those from her devices, or did they recover those from the folks at State and elsewhere that she corresponded with? It’s not clear to me, but I can envision a scenario where, during the course of her tenure at State, she read emails and deleted stuff on a day-to-day basis (particularly stuff she would not want a record of) and then when the investigators came calling, she turned over all the stuff she had ‘left’ (minus the materials that her lawyers deleted), and then the investigators found the day-to-day deleted emails in the records of other people’s emails.

    Just curious if anyone knows the source(s) of those 17k emails.

  25. The other big eyebrow-raiser is that it appears, at least based on what the FBI was told, that Clinton had very little grasp of what classified markings on documents even were or what they meant. She did not know that a “C” marking meant that she was dealing with “confidential” information and told investigators she speculated “it referenced paragraphs marked in alphabetical order.”

    Totally qualified to be the next Commander-in-Chief. /sarc

    part of Clinton’s campaign is essentially calling Donald Trump dangerously uniformed

    What exactly does “dangerously uniformed” mean?

    1. Sounds like you are dangerously uninformed about the meaning of “dangerously uninformed.”

  26. She’s a witch, I tell ya. A witch! Castin spells with her serva! Makin her blackberries vanish! I seen it!!!

    1. Her being a witch is more plausible than her being completely unaware of how classification works and her responsibilities to protect classified information.

      However, there’s an explanation that makes far more sense than either of those. That she willfully and repeatedly violated laws governing national security, record keeping, and government transparency. Laws that have been enforced against less politically connected people and that have severe penalties for violating them.

    2. It is funny that no matter how much she does badly or illegally, you lemming types will just line up for the train to relocation in Eastern Europe. Oh wait, it’s not funny but horrifying.

  27. “Clinton had very little grasp of what classified markings on documents even were or what they meant. She did not know that a “C” marking meant that she was dealing with “confidential” information and told investigators she speculated “it referenced paragraphs marked in alphabetical order.”

    She’s probably lying. Possibly stupid. It’s one or the other (or both). Yet she’s begging the electorate to make her president. I assume that Trump, being the stand up guy he is, sends her a check once a week for writing his ads for him.

    1. The only way that could be true is if she had a stroke or some other similarly debilitating injury to her brain. Which, while very unfortunate, means she is utterly unfit to be President. Somebody else would be calling the shots from the White House if she’s elected.

      1. Hmmmmmmm. Who could that possibly be? If only there were someone with, say, “executive” experience. Somebody that Democrats liked. Somebody……………….ah hell, forget it. Too far fetched.

        1. A non-trivial number of Democrats seem to be implying just that. It’s kind of ridiculous when you think about, especially when considering that most of the credit for Bill Clinton’s “successful” Presidency belongs to Gingrich and the GOP Congress (and Greenspan, to some extent).

          1. It’s kind of ridiculous to vote for Hillary because you want Bill, is what I meant to say.

            1. There’s pretty strong evidence that Wilson’s wife more or less did the job as he suffered through a series of strokes.

  28. Alt-alt text:
    ‘Now you see it, now you don’t!’

  29. This is missing the real bombshell: Hillary Clinton’s team lost a laptop and a thumb drive containing her E-mails in the mail. Apparently, Clinton’s E-mail data, including classified E-mails, were sent unencrypted and prior to “scrubbing” through the US postal system, between various employees of private companies. This is absolutely outrageous.

    1. This. Unbelievable.

      Russia owns her.

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  33. she speculated “it referenced paragraphs marked in alphabetical order.”

    If the follow up question wasn’t “Are you aware that there are 25 other letters in the alphabet?” the the FBI is guilty of criminal negligence

    1. She used to know that… before her head injury. Now the only letter she recognizes is “C”.

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  37. Sophia . although Nancy `s stori is impressive, on sunday I got a top of the range Peugeot 205 GTi from earning $9438 this-past/four weeks an would you believe ten-k last-munth . it’s actualy the most financially rewarding I’ve ever done . I actually started nine months/ago and pretty much straight away began to make over $78 per-hour . have a peek at this website
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  38. Start working at home with Google! It’s by-far the best job I’ve had. Last Wednesday I got a brand new BMW since getting a check for $6474 this – 4 weeks past. I began this 8-months ago and immediately was bringing home at least $77 per hour. I work through this link, go to tech tab for work detail.
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  39. just as Luis replied I cannot believe that any body can get paid $6967 in a few weeks on the internet . you could check here

    ?????? http://www.businessbay4.com/

  40. I have a blood clot on my brain, I fall down a lot and don’t know why, my head gyrates for no reason at all, I need help climbing steps and I get dizzy with double vision. And Huma knows I get confused.
    …Other than that I’m in good shape to be Commander in Chief; Short Circuit Hillary.

  41. The other big eyebrow-raiser is

    We’re way past “raised eyebrows”.

  42. My eyebrows have conceded their inadequacy for the job of expressing disbelief or surprise, having risen to the middle of the bald spot on the top of my skull.

    They are, however, currently engaged in a pantomime depicting the “MSM Delving Into the Clinton Email Server Scandal”: Inert, fixedly regarding the ceiling tiles.

  43. Start working at home with Google! It’s by-far the best job I’ve had. Last Wednesday I got a brand new BMW since getting a check for $6474 this – 4 weeks past. I began this 8-months ago and immediately was bringing home at least $77 per hour. I work through this link, go to tech tab for work detail.
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  44. til I saw the draft which had said $6144 , I be certain …that…my brother woz really making money parttime from their computer. . there aunt has done this for only eleven months and resantly cleard the loans on there mini mansion and purchased a great new Lexus LS400 . read here

    ?????? ??????? http://www.businessbay4.com/

  45. I’m making over $9k a month working part time. I kept hearing other people tell me how much money they can make online so I decided to look into it. Well, it was all true and has totally changed my life. This is what I do…. Go to tech tab for work detail..
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  46. Start working at home with Google! It’s by-far the best job I’ve had. Last Wednesday I got a brand new BMW since getting a check for $6474 this – 4 weeks past. I began this 8-months ago and immediately was bringing home at least $77 per hour. I work through this link, go? to tech tab for work detail,,,,,,,
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