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QPOST #Q147167304 – State Secrets: Obama & Hillary’s Emails
Hillary Clinton’s email server and use of unsecured communications during her tenure as the Secretary of State has been a hot topic of discussion amongst justice seekers for some time. In essence, Secretary Clinton refused a government email account and instead utilized a home brew server housed in her residence. Hillary’s server shared the same physical box as the Clinton foundation. Meaning: Bill and other users at the Clinton foundation potentially had access to the content.
The security clearance and identity of the network administrator for this server has also been under scrutiny. The Associated Press tracked the server’s origin to a mystery man named Eric Holtham. This identity has no public records or internet footprint and in fact received payments for his services at a PO Box SHARED with the Clinton Foundation. Holtham’s identity is also linked to other email servers: presidentclinton.com and wjcoffice.com. The mystery of Eric Holtham is still outstanding today and remains an enigma. Source: Breitbart
How did the world discover Hillary’s illegal server? Another one of Hillary’s scandals: Benghazi.
The Benghazi inquiry yielded proof of the existence of a non-government email server. The State Department failed to produce one Clinton Communication during the months before and after the Benghazi incident because Clinton had used her private server instead of an authorized communications channel. She
was in effect shielded from all such inquiries. However, she was in violation of the law. Source: The New York Times
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