It's becoming more and more clear that Hillary’s team copied intel off top-secret server to email.
The two systems — the Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNet) and Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System (JWICS) — are not connected to the unclassified system, known as the Non-Classified Internet Protocol Router Network (NIPRNet). You cannot e-mail from one system to the other, though you can use NIPRNet to send e-mails outside the government.Who will be the first to crack, Huma or Cheryl? My guess is Huma, who's not protected by attorney client privilege. Demand for Hillary to be indicted keeps swelling,
Somehow, highly classified information from SIPRNet, as well as even the super-secure JWICS, jumped from those closed systems to the open system and turned up in at least 1,340 of Clinton’s home e-mails — including several the CIA earlier this month flagged as containing ultra-secret Sensitive Compartmented Information and Special Access Programs, a subset of SCI.
Having worked for a few years with Jim Comey, and admiring his independence (and stubbornness); and having heard one thing and another about Loretta Lynch, although I don’t know her and haven’t met her; and having a sense for the way DOJ operates, I think the chances are better than 50% that Hillary gets indicted.but Clarence Page and John McLaughlin aren't convinced:
McLaughlin asked, “Forced prediction for the panel: the FBI will recommend that Hillary Clinton face prosecution for mishandling classified information? That’s the FBI. Yes or no?”More details on process in HotAir's "What can the FBI do about Hillary Clinton without a grand jury?" We find some interesting facts. While the FBI can investigate all it want, it cannot accuse anyone of a crime without a Federal Grand Jury. Until the DOJ (aka, Loretta Lynch) decides to put a grand jury to work, Hillary can deny she's under investigation and be technically correct.
Page stated, “I’m going to say yes, but she won’t be indicted.
McLaughlin responded, “I’m with you.”
From Reason Hillary Clinton Email Scandal Keeps Getting Worse
Meanwhile, Hillary's feminist credentials are losing their shine. Suzanne Venker on How Hillary Clinton lost her feminist base (and her credibility)
. . . Americans cannot take seriously a person who talks out of both sides of her mouth. Make up your mind, Mrs. Clinton: Does “every survivor of sexual assault deserve to be heard, believed, and supported,” as you claim? Or does this only apply to women who aren’t Bill’s victims? Women who you believe are part of a “vast right-wing conspiracy”?Leslie Wimes notes Hillary Clinton Is Not The Second Coming Of Harriet Tubman
It’s not Bill’s womanizing that’s eroding Mrs. Clinton’s appeal. She’s doing that all by herself.
Other than play the saxophone and have an office in Harlem, why do we love Bill, and other than being married to Bill, why do we love Hillary?Jill Abramson yearns for some fire 'Hillary, can you excite us?': The trouble with Clinton and young women
Kara Lessen is a 23-year-old in her final year at Harvard who has volunteered for Sanders but was excited by Clinton eight years ago. “The ‘I’m a woman and it’s OK to vote with your uterus’ message is tired,” she said. . . . Her neo-liberal politics is pretty tired.”Woman Confronts Hillary Clinton About Her Health
Hillary Clinton laughed off a question about her health today from a woman who said she'd heard on Fox News that the Democratic presidential candidate "was really not equipped to be in the White House" because she was ill.Given that the woman mentioned Fox News, we can assume the question was planted.
In December 2012, Clinton fainted and fell at her home, sustaining a concussion. After a follow-up exam revealed a blood clot in her head, requiring blood thinners and another hospital stay, Clinton returned work Jan. 7, 2013. This past July, Clinton’s doctor released a medical statement saying the Democratic candidate has no lasting effects from the concussion.Uh huh, just like those football players who get depressed and become aggressive for no reason.