A Back Up That Could Sink Hillary
It’s common and a smart practice to have a back up plan.
Especially for digital data.
Digital data such as classified email messages a past Secretary of State received and sent.
Except in Hillary Clinton’s case, a second server could prove to be the smoking gun that sinks her run for The White House.
Fox News reports about the existence of a possible second server:
The tens of thousands of emails on Hillary Clinton’s private server from when she was secretary of state could also be on a second device or server, according to news reports.
The FBI now has the only confirmed private server, as part of a Justice Department probe to determine whether it sent of received classified information for Clinton when she was the country’s top diplomat from 2009 to 2013.
Platte River Networks, which managed Clinton’s server and private email network after she left the State Department, has indicated it transfer – or “transferred” – emails from the original server in 2013, according to The Washington Examiner.
However, Clinton, the front-running Democratic presidential candidate, has suggested that she gave the department 55,000 pages of official emails and deleted roughly 30,000 personal ones in January, which raises the possibility they were culled from a second device.
Remember Hillary’s answer for why she used a private email server?
She didn’t want the inconvenience of carrying two mobile devices.
But maintaining two complete private email servers, at taxpayer expense…
That’s no problem?