Hacker Who Got Into Hillary’s Emails Just Revealed What He Found – Hillary’s Days Numbered

The mountain of evidence against Hillary Clinton with her email scandal continues to build at a rapid rate, but we are still waiting around for something to happen in response to the findings.

Not only has an email been found from Hillary telling her deputy chief of staff, “let’s get separate address or device but I don’t want any risk of the personal being accessible,” which indicates she knew what she was doing the entire time, but now there is another shocking piece of evidence that proves she put Americans in danger by using her personal email server.

Here is what has been reported…

From Breitbart:

During an interview with NBC News Senior Investigative Correspondent Cynthia McFadden for “Dateline on Assignment” broadcast on Wednesday’s “MSNBC Live,” Marcel Lazăr Lehel, the hacker known as “Guccifer,” stated that he had access to Democratic presidential candidate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s email server, which he described as “like an open orchid.”

Guccifer said, per a translator, that Clinton’s server was unprotected, and he had total access to the server that “was like an open orchid on the Internet, as many such servers are.”

McFadden added that Guccifer told her he had downloaded things from the server, but couldn’t provide those materials since he was in prison. She continued that an FBI official she spoke to on camera said that Guccifer had admitted to a federal crime on camera, and questioned why he would do so if it wasn’t true.

If this hacker can break into Hillary’s unsecured email server, so can other people, including other governments that want to gain intel.

Hillary has continued to lie throughout this entire investigation, but one thing is certain…she knew what she was doing the entire time and she created a national security risk by using a personal email server.


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