‘Hillary’s Coverup Operation’: Bombshell e-mails from her IT geeks

Posted by on Sep 21, 2016 at 7:42 am

Among the many eye-openers from the Vincent-Klein review of internal Platte communications:

  • The server suffered at least one hacking attempt from a Russia-based computer in 2013, and three from China-based PCs in 2014.
  •  When news broke of Clinton’s mass deletions of old e-mails, Platte execs worried about being implicated in what they believed was her “covering up some shaddy [shady] s - - t.” One even called it “Hillary’s coverup operation.”
  •  The IT folks later sought to “cover our asses.” On Aug. 19, 2015, Platte IT consultant Bill Thornton wrote colleagues: “Any chance you found an old e-mail with their directives to cut the backups back in Oct‐-Feb? . . . If we had that email, we are golden.”
  •  Thornton’s other damage-control idea: “Wondering how we can sneak an e-mail in now after the fact asking them when they told us to cut the backups and have them confirm it for our records.”

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2 Responses to “‘Hillary’s Coverup Operation’: Bombshell e-mails from her IT geeks”

  1. new crayons in the safe space on 21/21/16 at 1:42 pm

    I know congress is irrelevant and needs to be sent home but did the IT goober who ignored the congressional subpoena ever show up?
    Years of doing nothing while Insane Hussein turns the U.S. into a Venezuela/Zimbabwe hybrid will cause people to thumb their nose at congress at laugh.