Abedin Forwarded State Passwords To Yahoo Before It Was Hacked By Foreign Agents

Huma Abedin forwarded sensitive State Department emails, including passwords to government systems, to her personal Yahoo email account before every single Yahoo account was hacked, a Daily Caller News Foundation analysis of emails released as part of a lawsuit brought by Judicial Watch shows.

Abedin, the top aide to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, used her insecure personal email provider to conduct sensitive work. This guarantees that an account with high-level correspondence in Clinton’s State Department was impacted by one or more of a series of breaches — at least one of which was perpetrated by a “state-sponsored actor.”

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Crooked Hillary Clinton’s top aid, Huma Abedin, has been accused of disregarding basic security protocols. She put Classified Passwords into the hands of foreign agents. Remember sailors pictures on submarine? Jail! Deep State Justice Dept must finally act? Also on Comey & others

 

http://www.gopusa.com/abedin-f...d-by-foreign-agents/

also

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KqyCb-WCZ6M

 

 

The stupidity of liberals, ability to ignore their ignorance

 

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direstraits posted:

If true, this would explain why she married der Weinerschnitzel.  Time to dust off the espionage act for her and Hillary.  Remind Huma what happened to Julius and Ethel. 

We know why she married him, and why she went back to him after Hillary lost.

direstraits posted:

If true, this would explain why she married der Weinerschnitzel.  Time to dust off the espionage act for her and Hillary.  Remind Huma what happened to Julius and Ethel. 

While there is debate over the Rosenberg's actual guilt, there was a tremendous amount of evidence. Huma & her hubs? I chalk that up to stupidity.

As for her going back to him? She may have taken him back four times, but he's in the arms of a prison guard for the foreseeable future.

FVPOA posted:
direstraits posted:

If true, this would explain why she married der Weinerschnitzel.  Time to dust off the espionage act for her and Hillary.  Remind Huma what happened to Julius and Ethel. 

While there is debate over the Rosenberg's actual guilt, there was a tremendous amount of evidence. Huma & her hubs? I chalk that up to stupidity.

As for her going back to him? She may have taken him back four times, but he's in the arms of a prison guard for the foreseeable future.

With the extreme version of top secret clearance (yes, there are gradients within the three levels) Huma and Hillary would have been instructed on how to handle classified information, sign statements they received the training and were aware of the penalties.

 

I'm sure both were aware, but did they think any Russians would actually hack any systems. I'd compare it to those drivers who see the signs "Bridge May Ice in Cold Weather." How many think "Well, it's a short bridge, and nothing's going to happen to me."

Besides, if a defense attorney argued that Anthony Weiner was an inveterate risk taker who never thought about anything but immediate gratification, who could argue with him/her? Huma and Hillary? Does anyone think they didn't consider themselves above the law? Just plain stupid, but not intentionally treasonous.

Huma's CV reads like a spinoff of The Americans. 

"Huma's mother, Saleha Mahmood Abedin, is a sociologist known for her strong advocacy of Sharia Law. A member of the Muslim Sisterhood (i.e., the Muslim Brotherhood's division for women), Saleha is also a board member of the International Islamic Council for Dawa and Relief. This pro-Hamas entity is part of the Union of Good, which the U.S. government has formally designated as an international terrorist organization led by the Muslim Brotherhood luminary Yusuf al-Qaradawi."

http://www.discoverthenetworks...ofile.asp?indid=2556

"Huma Abedin's brother, Hassan Abedin, has ties to the Muslim Brotherhood and is currently an associate editor with the JMMA. Hassan was once a fellow at the Oxford Center for Islamic Studies, at a time when the Center's board included such Brotherhood-affiliated figures as Yusuf al-Qaradawi and Abdullah Omar Naseef."

A woman with strong family ties with Islamacist terror groups marries a US Congressman, who is a sexual deviant and easily compromised.  Then, she becomes the confidant of the Secretary of State.  That should have sent off flashing red lights and sirens.  However, Huma received a top secret clearance.  There is one government official that can over ride clearance denials -- the president. 

During the 2016 campaign, when I read the networking of
Abedin's family and associate's it made more sense why
Helda/Clinton's wanted to pacify this open door of donations.
Would it be an act of treason if they knew the seriousness of
that lethal relationship for this countries future.? Believe it...... 

 

Kraven posted:
During the 2016 campaign, when I read the networking of
Abedin's family and associate's it made more sense why
Helda/Clinton's wanted to pacify this open door of donations.
Would it be an act of treason if they knew the seriousness of
that lethal relationship for this countries future.? Believe it...... 

 

Wouldn't meet the definition of treason per the constitution. Definitely, a violation of federal election laws and, possibly, the espionage act. 

FVPOA posted:

I'm sure both were aware, but did they think any Russians would actually hack any systems. I'd compare it to those drivers who see the signs "Bridge May Ice in Cold Weather." How many think "Well, it's a short bridge, and nothing's going to happen to me."

Besides, if a defense attorney argued that Anthony Weiner was an inveterate risk taker who never thought about anything but immediate gratification, who could argue with him/her? Huma and Hillary? Does anyone think they didn't consider themselves above the law? Just plain stupid, but not intentionally treasonous.

As soon as you said "I'm sure both were aware" you need not prance
any deeper into the make believe land of their innocence. If stupid got
the guilty off the hook the prisons would be empty.   
 
You've been what if-ing a lot lately, not sure your bridge isn't out.
astupidKraven posted:
FVPOA posted:

I'm sure both were aware, but did they think any Russians would actually hack any systems. I'd compare it to those drivers who see the signs "Bridge May Ice in Cold Weather." How many think "Well, it's a short bridge, and nothing's going to happen to me."

Besides, if a defense attorney argued that Anthony Weiner was an inveterate risk taker who never thought about anything but immediate gratification, who could argue with him/her? Huma and Hillary? Does anyone think they didn't consider themselves above the law? Just plain stupid, but not intentionally treasonous.

As soon as you said "I'm sure both were aware" you need not prance
any deeper into the make believe land of their innocence. If stupid got
the guilty off the hook the prisons would be empty.   
 
You've been what if-ing a lot lately, not sure your bridge isn't out.

The salient point is that you have to prove intent. The penultimate fact to consider is why take such a circuitous route to pass information? Simply making passwords unprotected? Why not transmit any state department "secrets" directly via burner phone type devices?

 

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FVPOA posted:
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FVPOA posted:

I'm sure both were aware, but did they think any Russians would actually hack any systems. I'd compare it to those drivers who see the signs "Bridge May Ice in Cold Weather." How many think "Well, it's a short bridge, and nothing's going to happen to me."

Besides, if a defense attorney argued that Anthony Weiner was an inveterate risk taker who never thought about anything but immediate gratification, who could argue with him/her? Huma and Hillary? Does anyone think they didn't consider themselves above the law? Just plain stupid, but not intentionally treasonous.

As soon as you said "I'm sure both were aware" you need not prance
any deeper into the make believe land of their innocence. If stupid got
the guilty off the hook the prisons would be empty.   
 
You've been what if-ing a lot lately, not sure your bridge isn't out.

The salient point is that you have to prove intent. The penultimate fact to consider is why take such a circuitous route to pass information? Simply making passwords unprotected? Why not transmit any state department "secrets" directly via burner phone type devices?

 

The espionage act is one set of crimes for which the government doesn't have to prove intent -- only that one committed the act.  In active and reserve service, that was hammered into troops who handled classified information.   

In my civilian career, one of my specialties was forensic accounting -- fraud.  The occasional dumb act was forgivable.  However, coincidences may exist, but they are rare. 

Yet anyone arrested under this act would be entitled to a jury trial, would they not. Despite any instructions to the contrary, wouldn't most juries go with the stupid defense. After all, in Hillary's case, it's pretty much a known fact.

FVPOA posted:

Yet anyone arrested under this act would be entitled to a jury trial, would they not. Despite any instructions to the contrary, wouldn't most juries go with the stupid defense. After all, in Hillary's case, it's pretty much a known fact.

Not, if the prosecutor properly explained the charge to a jury.  Huma and Hillary can't claim stupid -- neither arrived at the point in their careers by being stupid.  Nor, could they claim ignorance of the law.  Before their security clearances were issued, both would receive training and sign forms stated they did. 

Certainly, former Petty Officer First Class Kristian Saucier, who used a cellphone camera to take photos in the classified engine room of the nuclear submarine, could claim such at his court martial. 

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