A President Hillary would be vulnerable to extortion if foreign agencies hacked her mail server - damaging the US foreign policy

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    May 01, 2015 1:55 AM GMT
    Consider the Russians hacking into the White House email system, reported by numerous sources, three links below. With Hillary in a role as Secretary of State, highly visible internationally, what is the likelihood of her email server also hacked? Did she even bother to use any kind of hidden domain name? Not hardly, clintonemail.com.

    She conspired with key aids to use private accounts and destroyed evidence when a neutral arbitrator was suggested to separate out personal emails. Given all the other findings, especially concerning the Clinton Foundation / slush fund, one can only guess at what might have been worth her actions.

    Even if foreign entities did not have to overly blackmail, the mere assumption that some could have her emails would serious warp a Clinton administration foreign policy.

    It cannot be allowed to happen.


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    Hillary and the American Future

    Hillary Rodham Clinton must never be elected president. Indeed, she must not even be allowed to run for the office. Because her emails may be in Russian, Chinese, and other hands, she is personally compromised. The future of the country should never be permitted to pass (again) to someone who has secrets that can be used to undermine policies that would otherwise serve the interests of our citizenry. It should be apparent to every voter and each official of every security organization concerned with the survival of the United States that the blackmailing of a sitting president is possible and perhaps likely, given the present climate of distrust among international players. Ms. Clinton is now exquisitely and uniquely vulnerable to such problems given recent revelations.

    Others have mentioned Clinton’s personal vulnerability to extortion tangentially, so the idea is “out there.” However, if she is indeed elected, damage to the country is written on the wall. That is not a prophetic statement. Rather, her election would have negative consequences that most reasonable people could agree would result.

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    May 01, 2015 2:33 AM GMT
    Amusing letter from Maureen Dowd of the NY Times. I wonder why our boy who only posts from the Times missed this one. icon_lol.gif

    An Open Letter to hdr22@clintonemail.com