FBI Review Of New 'Pertinent' Clinton Emails Raises More Questions About WikiLeaks And DNC Hack

Hillary Clinton is not a happy camper. In fact, she's probably the angriest person on the planet right now. On Friday, news that FBI Director James Comey had sent a memo to Republican lawmakers regarding new "pertinent" Hillary Clinton emails rocked her campaign and sent the opposition into throes of ecstasy. The emails in question reportedly emerged as a result of the agency's investigation into Anthony Weiner's sexting scandal, in which he's accused of illegal sexual behavior with a 15-year-old girl.

Quite literally, Hillary Clinton could be taken down thanks to Anthony Weiner's, well, wiener.

Although Comey did not specify the content of the emails, the fact that he and his agency have decided to review them at all is damning enough. Clinton fans are splitting hairs about the difference between "investigation" and "review," which are two words that have similar meanings. For example, if you're reviewing accusations of wrongdoing, aren't you essentially investigating the charges? Yes. Yes, you are. Gentle euphemisms aside, the Clinton camp is a scrambling mess of damage control.

Did The NSA Hack The DNC?

The bad news just keeps coming, and this time WikiLeaks had nothing to do with it. But let's look at that for a moment. Clinton and the Democrats have claimed relentlessly that Vladimir Putin operatives had hacked the DNC and subsequently, John Podesta's emails, but it's becoming more and more clear that isn't the case. In fact, former judge Andrew Napolitano suggested in August that the DNC leaks released by WikiLeaks were an inside job -- originating from the National Security Administration, to be exact.

"They accused Vladimir Putin of being in cahoots with Donald Trump and having his intelligence services hack the DNC to expose emails to make Mrs. Clinton look bad and thereby benefit Donald Trump."
On Fox News' Judge Napolitano's Chambers, the former judge claims a retired NSA worker of 30 years gave him the information that agents angry with how Clinton compromised national security through her use of an unsecured private email server leaked all of Podesta's emails as retaliation. This would explain why WikiLeaks hasn't leaked anything from Donald Trump; they simply don't have those documents.

This veteran, Napolitano claims, is the high-ranking official who developed the software that collects metadata and content from telephone calls, text messages, and emails from every person in the United States.

"This individual said, 'guess what, the NSA hacked the Democratic National Committee.' Why would the NSA hack the DNC? Because members of the intelligence community simply do not want Hillary Clinton to be President of the United States."
After the third debate, a high-ranking Pentagon official allegedly criticized Clinton for what he claims is a highly classified military secret when she gave away nuclear response times.
"Secretary Clinton proved tonight she is unfit to be commander-in-chief. What she did compromises our national security. She is cavalier and reckless and in my opinion should be detained and questioned so we can unravel why she did what she did."
The Kim Dotcom Theory of NSA and Clinton's Emails

The NSA surveillance program was ruled illegal in 2015, as reported by Reuters, but Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom has suggested that the NSA still has a treasure trove of data from around the world through its global spying efforts. He has also theorized that the reason behind James Comey's latest actions is due to the emails the organization has in its files (saved on servers in Utah) that could destroy Clinton.

"WikiLeaks has been releasing these emails and they have been progressively getting worse as they have been going along. But as you recall, they've only been about Hillary. They haven't been her emails, and that's been the big thing, not her personal emails."
In a call to Rush Limbaugh, a caller noted that WikiLeaks likely have Hillary Clinton's emails, so in order to "get ahead" of them, the FBI is protecting Obama while throwing Clinton under the bus.

Clinton apparently believed the emails she had deleted and destroyed were gone for good, but the FBI may have pulled some of those from her aide Huma Abedin's estranged husband Anthony Weiner's computer.

I am no fan of Rush Limbaugh. In fact, I've spent the better part of 20 years loathing the man, but I'm open-minded enough to acknowledge that his caller has a point. Like Judge Napolitano said, the NSA stores emails, text messages, and phone calls as a result of its widespread spying operations.

Hillary Clinton Wanted To Rig Palestinian Elections

To make matters even worse for Clinton, a Jewish editor and staff writer for the Jewish Press interviewed her in September 2006 while she was running for her Senate re-election. Eli Chomsky was a member of a Jewish editorial board in Brooklyn, with whom Clinton met during her campaign tour. Chomsky recorded the meeting on an old cassette recorder, the only known copy in the world, according to him.

Chomsky played the 45-minute tape for the Observer which had content that is mostly benign. However, at one point, Clinton very clearly suggests that she believed the Palestinian elections were a bad thing. She then suggested that the United States should have rigged the election to ensure the United States' preferred candidate won.

"I do not think we should have pushed for an election in the Palestinian territories. I think that was a big mistake. And if we were going to push for an election, then we should have made sure that we did something to determine who was going to win."
This revelation that Hillary Clinton suggested fixing an election in the United States' favor is damning in itself and it has only added more fuel to the fire from Donald Trump, his supporters, and Bernie Sanders voters who have vowed to never to vote for Hillary Clinton. This tape, they say, is verifiable proof that Clinton has no issue with cheating so long as the result is the "right" one.

New Clinton emails emerged, causing the FBI to review the new information into her handling of classified documents.
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Hacking Voting Machines and Election Fraud

Add to this an election fraud study completed last summer in which two statisticians compared election results from six Democratic primary contests. In June I wrote about the results of that study in which contests that had a paper trail had results that most closely resembled exit polling. States that relied only on voting machines experienced more discrepancies between results and exit polling, a strong indicator of election fraud.

In July, I also wrote about how Howard Dean learned the ins and outs of hacking voting machines in the documentary Hacking Democracy. In that documentary, Dean learned that it was actually quite easy to program a machine to flip votes to favor another candidate. And just this week in Texas, Republican voters were reporting that straight ticket votes were being flipped from Trump to Clinton. Only after voters involved the help of election workers were they able to get the machines to register the correct name.

Whether the latest FBI review of Clinton's emails produces any damning evidence about her or even President Obama remains to be seen. But as more information comes to light, it is becoming increasingly clear that even if she wins the presidential election, she will be immediately embroiled in drama, investigations, and perhaps even impeachment efforts before she even moves into the White House.

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