Uh oh: Look who SefDef says likely HACKED into Hillary’s private email server

One of Hillary’s biggest lies about her private email server is that she never sent any classified information through it. Over 1,200 emails that are deemed classified were sent over Hillary’s private server – though she claims they weren’t made classified until after the fact.

Regardless if they were classified at the time, it still highlights the many problems in her using her own email server while serving as secretary of state of the United States.

It’s no secret that we spy on foreign leaders – and they return the favor.

So what are the odds that Hillary’s emails have been compromised? Quite high.

As the Daily Caller reports:

Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates says, “I think the odds are pretty high” countries like Iran, China, and Russia hacked Hillary Clinton’s email server.

In an interview with Hugh Hewitt on Thursday, the former CIA director said “the Pentagon acknowledges that they get attacked about 100,000 times a day.”

Hewitt followed up, “One of your colleagues, Mike Morell [Former Deputy Director of the CIA], said on this program, or actually agreed with my assertion that almost certainly, Russians, Chinese and Iranians had compromised the home brew server of the former Secretary of State. He agreed with that. Do you agree with his assessment of my assessment?”

[dcquiz] “Well, given the fact that the Pentagon acknowledges that they get attacked about 100,000 times a day, I think the odds are pretty high,” Gates insisted.

“And so if they had real time access to her server, would that have compromised national security,” Hewitt asked.

“Well, again, it would depend entirely on what she put on there. And I just, I haven’t read any of these emails, so I don’t know what was on those servers.”

Listen here:

Hillary couldn’t be bothered to do as much as use a government email address and it had this cost to our national security. Who knows what her disrespect for protocol and security would cost us with her as Commander in Chief?

[Note: This post was authored by The Analytical Economist]


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