Her private server was compromised. Lisa Page said it wasn't Russia, but China. Didn't you pay attention to any of her Congressional testimony? Page clearly state that China was able to retrieve all but three of those + 30,000 emails.Ibanez wrote:Yes - that is exactly where I take issue.There's zero correlation between the purge and her emails. Only a simpleton would think that having a homegrown email server that lacks the professional defense of what the DoS has was the smart move AND that it hadn't been compromised. There's no proof, as far as I know, but I would assume that she was compromised. And that is a violation which lesser people have lost their jobs and freedoms for.CID1990 wrote:
China did purge a sh1tload of our assets - and there was in fact a hack
And with these things, the real damage is likely much worse than what is being reported out in the open.
I think what you have issue with is the assertion that something in Hillary’s emails that led the Chinese to the CIA’s contact network. And there is no evidence for that.
A large portion- in fact a plurality of field people hate her guts just like any other person with half a brain. If Hillary’s emails had anything to do with this, it would be out at relativistic speeds
BUT - she did reveal some technical capabilities. And the rank and file at the FBI wanted to break it off in her ass for it. It doesn’t surprise me that the assumption Hillary had something to do with it is seeing some daylight. It’s definitely less of a stretch than claiming she has “suicided” a bunch of people. I might be wondering myself if I didn’t already know it wasn’t true
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And I agree, 99.99% of the time with you on most things (except fit women. You can keep the fatties).
You don't need to make any assumptions about the possible compromise of her server and classified info. Page provided specific information.
As for The Citadel's honor code, I sure as hell don't need to be lectured on it by a guy who couldn't hack it. You'll go to your grave as a knob.