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Saturday, August 6, 2016

Suspicion confirmed

The first time I heard on the news the revelation that Hillary Clinton, while U.S. Secretary of State, had surreptitiously deleted more than 30,000 emails from her unauthorized home based private server in order to hide them from public scrutiny, I suspected that the United States National Security Agency (NSA) had most likely collected them all in the same way it has collected all of everyone’s emails just like Edward Snowden told us.

Well, now my suspicion has been confirmed. According to William Binney, the man who designed the NSA’s clandestine computer surveillance program, now turned whistleblower, the agency does indeed have all of Hillary’s deleted emails and the FBI could access them if it wanted to. 

But it doesn’t want to. The FBI has never asked for them and the reason is because our corrupt federal government doesn’t want to admit that it has been spying on all Americans for many years.

According to Mr. Binney, 2011 testimony by then-FBI Director Robert Mueller before a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing revealed that the NSA has access to "sophisticated, searchable databases" allowing the agency to “…go in with one query and get all past emails and all future emails as they came in on a person," just like Edward Snowden told us. 

“So that means that NSA and a number of agencies in the U.S. government also have those [Clinton] emails,” Binney  says. “So if the FBI really wanted them they can go into that database and get them right now.” 

Naturally, the FBI has declined to comment. 

This is just one more indication that current FBI director James Comey was never seriously looking for evidence of Hillary Clinton’s crimes. 

The fix was in from the beginning.

Suspicion confirmed.



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