The more we look into Hillary Clinton’s time as Secretary of State, the more we see strange, inexplicable, or downright shady events unfold.
It’s clear the woman has a terrible tract record. From ruining the Arab Spring and bringing war to Iraq, Syria, and Libya to taking cash from questionable countries in exchange for favors to letting Americans die in Benghazi, the former SoS performed poorly.
Technology seems to be her biggest weakness. We’ve seen how suspiciously she and her people behaved regarding her email server. When the government discovered the illegal server and requested its files, she deleted over 33,000 emails and destroyed cell phones with hammers.
Clearly the woman will do whatever she can to cover her tracks, adding crimes on top of crimes.
A recent email released from the State Department shows that this trend may have been going on for a lot long than we thought.
A newly released email from the State Department shows that Hillary Clinton was informed in April 2009 of a massive theft of data pertaining to former President Bill Clinton’s White House records.
On April 13, 2009, Clinton attorney Cheryl Mills informed newly sworn-in Secretary of State Hillary Clinton via email that the National Archives could not account for a two-terabyte hard drive.
“The drive may contain a wide range of memos, emails, and other electronic documents from the Clinton White House.”
The hard drive contained information from the administration of her husband, former President Bill Clinton.
According to reports there were several classified documents on the hard drive as well as the Social Security Numbers and other data of government officials.
The question we must ask is why would someone steal information from way back when? What was unique to Bill Clinton’s administration that would motivate someone to steal data, quite possibly to destroy it?
The fact that this coincided with Hillary’s installation as secretary of state is even more concerning. Could it be that she orchestrated a heist to get to sensitive information? Information that could one day hurt her chances at the White House?
We don’t know for sure, but the circumstances are telling.