- September 02, 2016 -


Seven Additional Discoveries You May Have Missed In The FBI Report On Hillary Clinton’s Email Practices 

“From deleting emails right after her private server was discovered, to claiming to not even understand the classification system, the release of Hillary Clinton’s FBI interview notes shows that she lacks the competence to become commander-in-chief.” – David Bossie, Deputy Campaign Manager 

DISCOVERY ELEVEN: Clinton Was The Subject Of A Number Of Phishing Attacks, Even Opening One Email That “Contained A Potentially Malicious Link.” “The FBI notes indicate that they found phishing emails sent to Clinton's private account on multiple occurrences. At one point, she opened an email that ‘contained a potentially malicious link’ and she replied to the email asking if ‘is this really from you? I was worried about opening it!’” (Leigh Ann Caldwell And Tom Winter, “FBI Releases Notes From Interview With Hillary Clinton Over Emails,” NBC News, 9/2/16)

DISCOVERY TWELVE: “Clinton Never Sought Approval To Conduct State Business On Her Own Private Email Server Despite ‘An Obligation To Do So.’” (Chris Cillizza, “12 Things I Learned From The FBI Report On Hillary Clinton’s Private Email Server,” The Washington Post, 9/2/16)

DISCOVERY THIRTEEN: “A Personal Laptop Computer Used To Archive Hillary Clinton’s E-Mails When She Was Secretary Of State Went Missing After Being Put In The Mail…” “A personal laptop computer used to archive Hillary Clinton’s e-mails when she was secretary of state went missing after being put in the mail, according to the FBI’s report on its investigation into her use of a private e-mail system.” (Ben Brody And Chris Strohm, “FBI Says a Laptop That Held Clinton’s E-Mails Has Gone Missing,” Bloomberg, 9/2/16)

DISCOVERY FOURTEEN: Clinton Could Not Recall When She First Received Her Security Clearance And If She Had Reciprocity From Her Time In The Senate. “In addition, the (FBI) notes say: ‘Clinton could not recall when she first received her security clearance and if she carried it with her to state via reciprocity from her time in the Senate.’” (David Smith, “Clinton Email Investigation: FBI Notes Reveal Laptop And Thumb Drive Are Missing,” The Guardian, 9/2/16)

DISCOVERY FIFTEEN: Clinton Told FBI Investigators She Did Not Have A Personal Computer In The Secure Area Of Her House, But Witnesses Claimed Otherwise. “Hillary Clinton told FBI investigators last month that she did not have a personal computer inside the area within her home designed for viewing classified information known as a SCIF. But three different witnesses told the FBI Clinton did indeed use personal computers inside the SCIFs at her Washington, D.C., and Chappaqua, N.Y., homes.” (Sarah Westwood, “Clinton, Aides Told FBI Conflicting Stories About Email Use,”Washington Examiner, 9/2/16)

DISCOVERY SIXTEEN: Clinton Told FBI Investigators That The She Believes The “Classification Level Of Future Drone Strikes Depend On The Context.” “Clinton believed the classification level of future drone strikes depended on the context.” (Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Page 14 - 15, 8/31/16)

DISCOVERY SEVENTEEN: Despite Being Personally Aware Of The Risk For Cybersecurity Threats When Abroad, Clinton Emailed President Obama While In Foreign Countries. “Clinton and her immediate staff were notified of foreign travel risks and were warned that digital threats began immediately upon landing in a foreign country, since connection of a mobile device to a local network provides opportunities for foreign adversaries to intercept voice and e-mail transmissions. … On REDACTED occasions while OCONUS [outside the continental United States], Clinton had direct e-mail contact with an e-mail address for President Barack Obama” (“Clinton E-Mail Investigation,” Federal Bureau Of Investigation, Page 14 - 15, 8/31/16) 


DISCOVERY ONE: Clinton Deleted Her Private Email Archive “A Few Weeks After The New York TimesDisclosed” The Private Server. Viser Tweet: “A few weeks after the NYT disclosed that Hillary Clinton had a private email account, her archive inbox was deleted.” (Twitter.com, 9/2/16)

DISCOVERY TWO: Clinton Did Not Know The (C) Mark Meant Classified And Did Not “Pay Attention To Diff Classification Levels.” Seitz-Wald Tweet: “Clinton said she didn't know what (c) mark meant, didn't pay attn to diff classification levels, treated all srsly.” (Twitter.com, 9/2/16)

DISCOVERY THREE: “There Were 17,448 Work-Related Emails That Clinton Didn't Turn Over To The State Inspector General.” (Twitter.com, 9/2/16)

DISCOVERY FOUR: As Secretary Of State Clinton “Had 13 Mobile Devices And 5 iPads” With Her Private Email.Viser Tweet: “Hillary Clinton, who said she had her private email for convenience, had 13 mobile devices and 5 iPads, according to FBI.” (Twitter.com, 9/2/16)

DISCOVERY FIVE: Clinton’s Lawyers Could Not Locate The Mobile Devices With Her Email Address.. Viser Tweet: ‘FBI found 13 total mobile devices associated with Clinton’s 2 phone numbers. Her lawyers couldn’t locate the devices” (Twitter.com, 9/2/16)

DISCOVERY SIX: “The FBI Determined That Clinton Brought Her Blackberry Into A Secure Area At State, Which Is Prohibited.” (Twitter.com, 9/2/16)

DISCOVERY SEVEN: Clinton’s Email Archive Was Transferred Onto A Personal Gmail Address To Help Archive The Records. Zapotosky Tweet: “In 2014, in an effort to transfer an archive of Clinton emails from a laptop onto a server, someone used a personal Gmail address to help” (Twitter.com, 9/2/16)

DISCOVERY EIGHT: Clinton Deleted Her Emails Because She Thought “She Didn't Need Them Anymore.”Cilizza Tweet: ‘Clinton told the FBI she deleted her emails because she didn't need them anymore not to avoid FOIA”(Twitter.com, 9/2/16)

DISCOVERY NINE: Someone Tried To Hack Into Clinton’s iCloud Account. Viser Tweet: “The FBI found that someone was trying to hack into Hillary Clinton’s iCloud account. They were unsuccessful.” (Twitter.com, 9/2/16)

DISCOVERY TEN: “Hillary Clinton Sent Out An Email To All State Employees Warning Them Against Using Personal Email Addresses.” (Twitter.com, 9/2/16)