U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has expressed “grave” concern that Russia may be interfering in the U.S. election through cyberattacks on the Democratic Party and state voting systems.
“The fact that our intelligence professionals are now studying this and taking it seriously raises some grave questions about potential Russian interference with our electoral process,” Clinton told reporters on her campaign plane on September 5.
“We are facing a very serious concern. We’ve never had a foreign adversarial power be already involved in our electoral process,” she said.
“We’ve never had a nominee of one of our major parties urging the Russians to hack more,” Clinon added –
According to the FBI’s review of the Clinton server logs, an unidentified person accessed an email account on January 5, 2013, using three IP addresses that are known to serve as encryption tool Tor ‘exit nodes’.
She is still harping on and twisting what Trump said in sarcasm over a month ago. What happened to, “at this point, what does it matter?”
“The physicist that came out, he defected, he was a treasure trove of information, but the CIA and the Clinton State Department botched it while he was in the States, left him pretty much unsupported,” Prince replied, calling it a major mistake to leave Amiri’s family in Iran.
“He goes home; of course, he’s arrested. And then Hillary’s emails, which were in the open, certainly readable by foreign powers, were talking about Hillary’s so-called friend, who was a defection, and not an abduction, as the guy was claiming,” he added. -Erik Prince
After fighting the release for months, new emails reveal that Hillary Clinton used her private home server to transmit classified details of exactly where American Ambassador Chris Stevens was before the terrorist attacks in Benghazi, Libya.