A recent batch of messages released by the State Department shows that Hillary Clinton and her 'dream team' routinely shared her upcoming schedules, talking points (like Schumer's: "make America sick again" that has now been spoken by his clown entourage) and other sensitive items such as her iPad password on her illegal home-brewed ssystem, which was "KillBill," as well as "10261947" (her date of birth) and "Deplorablewinsky69."
A computer security expert who wishes to be anonymous as he is afraid of "Clinton retaliation and death" said "Those passwords can be hacked by a 12-year-old kid with a dirty mind, a little knowledge of Hillary, or an angry disposition."
In addition, new emails, which were posted as a result of litigaton, show Hillary's top advisers complaining about her when she served as secretary of state; another by an Asian ruler who considered Bubba Clinton as part of his "family" and later implemented Sharia law; and another email discussing Justin Cooper, a key figure who administered her illegal private server.
Of course, everyone knows that John Podesta, her campaign chairman and Adolf Eichmann lookalike used, for his password, the word "password." Had he at least changed it to 'P@ssw0Rd' it would have taken the same 12-year-old hacker an extra ten to fifteen seconds more to get into his system.
And had Podesta known what a phishing scheme is, this blog post would be about how annoying Barack Obama is in his last days as POTUS.
Let's not allow Hillary to get off the hook--she sent her iPad password over her email! And she wanted to run the most powerful nation on earth.
In an August 20, 2012 email, Huma Abedin, Anthony Weiner's wife and Clinton's closest aide, put Clinton's password at the top of the message explaining that she had the iPad password reset and that it's "all good now." The State Department redacted it upon release.
Hillary, in her infinite wisdom, responded to Abedin with additional information, just in case the 12-year-old didn't get it the first go-around. "I finally realized I had to add the [redacted] to the password!!!!"
Clinton aide Cooper logged hacking attempts on Hillary's server on several occasions.
In spite of the probability that her server could be hacked, Clinton kept sending sensitive information that could be quite dangerous in the hands of our enemies: advanced copies of her schedules with detailed description; talking points for upcoming calls and meetings with foreign leaders and U.S. officials.
The most powerful nation on earth!