According to emails released yesterday, the security features on Hillary Clinton’s private e-mail server were disabled in late 2010, allowing the server to be hacked.
State Department staffers wrestled for weeks in December 2010 over a serious technical problem with then-Secretary Hillary Clinton’s home email server, causing them to temporarily disable security features that left the server more vulnerable to hackers.
Just weeks later, according to previously disclosed emails, hackers attacked the server, forcing Clinton’s staff to shut it down. The next day, one of Clinton’s closest aides, Huma Abedin, wrote to other high ranking staff: “Don’t email hrc (Clinton) anything sensitive. I can explain more in person.”
The FBI is also investigating whether Clinton’s use of the private email server imperiled government secrets. It has recently interviewed Clinton’s top aides, including former chief of staff Cheryl Mills and deputy chief of staff Abedin.
I’m no detective – heh – but this investigation is the biggest slam dunk in law enforcement history. Clinton placed top secret information on the server, then shut down the security features, and the system was hacked. What the hell is the problem here?
Oh, by the way, the e-mails were only released to the public by court order after Judicial Watch filed a lawsuit against the State Department. So much for Mrs. Clinton’s transparency, huh?