HUGE! Chinese Penetrated Crooked Hillary's Private Server - FBI Was Notified But Refused to Act
By: Jim Hoft
During her entire tenure as Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton dodged Freedom of Information Act requirements by using a private email server to conduct official government business, as well as sent and received classified information that was Top Secret over an unsecured system-an "extremely reckless" (and obviously illegal) act."
Guccifer told Herridge that at least 10 other groups or individuals also breached Hillary's private server.
Guccifer also admitted "it was easy."
A Chinese-owned company operating in the Washington, D.C., area hacked Hillary Clinton's private server throughout her term as secretary of state and obtained nearly all her emails, two sources briefed on the matter told The Daily Caller News Foundation.
The Chinese firm obtained Clinton's emails in real time as she sent and received communications and documents through her personal server, according to the sources, who said the hacking was conducted as part of an intelligence operation.
The Chinese wrote code that was embedded in the server, which was kept in Clinton's residence in upstate New York. The code generated an instant "courtesy copy" for nearly all of her emails and forwarded them to the Chinese company, according to the sources.
The Intelligence Community Inspector General (ICIG) found that virtually all of Clinton's emails were sent to a "foreign entity," Rep. Louie Gohmert, a Texas Republican, said at a July 12 House Committee on the Judiciary hearing. He did not reveal the entity's identity, but said it was unrelated to Russia.
Two officials with the ICIG, investigator Frank Rucker and attorney Janette McMillan, met repeatedly with FBI officials to warn them of the Chinese intrusion, according to a former intelligence officer with expertise in cybersecurity issues, who was briefed on the matter. He spoke anonymously, as he was not authorized to publicly address the Chinese's role with Clinton's server.
Among those FBI officials was Peter Strzok, who was then the bureau's top counterintelligence official. Strzok was fired this month following the discovery he sent anti-Trump texts to his mistress and co-worker, Lisa Page. Strzok didn't act on the information the ICIG provided him, according to Gohmert.
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Clinton spokesman to @DailyCaller: "the FBI...found no evidence of [any] intrusion [of the Clinton's homebrew email system]. That's a fact"
Clinton spokesman to @DailyCaller: "the FBI...found no evidence of [any] intrusion [of the Clinton's homebrew email system]. That's a fact"— Undercover Huber (@JohnWHuber) August 28, 2018
FBI: there was a "successful compromise" of "login credentials" of an email account of a Bill Clinton staffer on that homebrew server pic.twitter.com/Sj3ivMr3kN