Tuesday, November 01, 2016 by Don Wrightman
According to a former National Security Agency (NSA) analyst, there is a possibility that Hillary Clinton’s emails were leaked to the public by someone a lot closer to home than Russia. Maybe someone in the US intelligence community is responsible for allowing Wikileaks to showcase the reality drama since the NSA most likely possesses every last deleted message from Hillary Clinton’s private email server.
The former agent, William Binney, spent decades in his tenure with the NSA before his exit as a whistle blower back in 2001. Binney recently pointed out a comment made by former FBI director Robert Mueller back in 2011 in which Mueller told senators that the FBI has the ability to access sophisticated searchable databases to pursue terrorists. Binney claims that Mueller’s comments referenced the NSA’s technology and databases.
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The Edward Snowden case shows that the FBI and CIA have direct access into the NSA database according to Binney ,who told radio host Aaron Klein “There is no oversight … by the way. So that means that NSA and a number of agencies in the U.S. government also have those emails.”
Binney speculates that information about Clinton may have been leaked by intelligence analysts who disapprove the manner in which Hillary Clinton handled classified intelligence. “The other point is that Hillary … has a problem with NSA because she compromised Gamma material,” Binney said. “That is the most sensitive material at NSA and so there were a number of NSA officials complaining to the press or to the people who wrote the article that she did that. She lifted the material that was in her emails directly out of Gamma reporting. That is a direct compromise of the most sensitive material at the NSA,” Binney adds. “She’s got a real problem there … there are many people who have problems with what she has done in the past. So I don’t necessarily look at the Russians as the only one(s) who got into those emails,” he said.
This is yet another interesting development further exposing the flaws in our leadership. The problems created by the exposure of all the deleted emails for the Clinton campaign, Obama administration, FBI, CIA and NSA are past the point of recovery. We, as a nation, should really let Trump address Washington’s internal issues. He is hot under the collar and shows passion towards curbing corruption. It is probably in our best interest to save a historical first female president for a later date and different, more suitable candidate.