Hillary's Email Servers Are Like the Village Bicycle, "Everyone's Had a Ride"


This is getting embarrassing
Here is what William Binney, the highest-ranking NSA whistleblower ever had to say: 

"I’m sure they (the Russian government) were one probably of many to hack her stuff"

According to Zerohedge, Binney should know what he is talking about.  He is:

the NSA executive who created the agency’s mass surveillance program for digital information, who served as the senior technical director within the agency, who managed six thousand NSA employees, the 36-year NSA veteran widely regarded as a “legend” within the agency and the NSA’s best-ever analyst and code-breaker, who mapped out the Soviet command-and-control structure before anyone else knew how, and so predicted Soviet invasions before they happened (“in the 1970s, he decrypted the Soviet Union’s command system, which provided the US and its allies with real-time surveillance of all Soviet troop movements and Russian atomic weapons”) 

For the full article about Binney's doubts about claims that anybody knows if Russia was behind the attacks, see:  NSA Whistleblower: Snowden is Right, Media Clueless

When asked about who the source of the leaks was, Julian Assange points out the same thing, saying that it could have been a whole bunch of people because the DNC itself has publicly admitted that its servers were hacked on several occasions.

He's not going to say who gave him the emails, cause if he did, no one would leak to him anymore.  

And he says he has a bunch more leaks coming over the next months, 'enough to indict' Hillary.  See:  Assange: More Leaks Coming - His 'Enough Evidence' to Indict Hillary Threat Coming True (Video)


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