The 33,000 emails that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton famously deleted — yes, those emails — aren’t lost at all.
They’re right under our noses. Or, better put, up in the “cloud” — and the National Security Agency has been sitting on them the entire time, according to a new story from the International Business Times.
Kim Dotcom, the internet entrepreneur known for bypassing NASA and Pentagon security as a teenager, and a longtime critic of their biased enforcement standards, said, “I know where Hillary Clinton’s emails are and how to get them legally.”
How powerful is the NSA?
This secretive agency employs thousands of people and has literally weaponized our national information technology infrastructure. Most of the most powerful espionage tools are created by the National Security Agency’s elite group of hackers.
If there is anyone on the planet who best understands the NSA’s clandestine capabilities, it’s Kim Dotcom. The international encryption expert and open-source advocate wanted people to know that there was a clear path to recovering Clinton’s emails that she has claimed were deleted because of their “personal” nature.
You can see the list here:
— Kim Dotcom (@KimDotcom) October 26, 2016
Clinton began using the now-famous private server at her home in 2009. Using XKeyscore, the surveillance program revealed by Edward Snowden, NSA analysts could drill deeper into data as far back as 2012, when Clinton served as secretary of state, the Business Times reported.
Congress spent millions of dollars investigating Hillary Clinton’s missing emails and illegal use of a private server, and the liberal media, rather than reporting on the results of those investigations, has instead tried to use the conflict between Democrats and Republicans as a sideshow to distract from the issues that really matter to Americans.
The NSA’s sacred obligation is to uphold and defend the Constitution from all enemies. It appears that Congress doesn’t realize that their biggest enemy is just down the street.