Monday, December 30, 2013

What do Missing Emails, Government Corruption, and Elections have in Common? The State Department

Staff Writer, DL Mullan
News / Government

Hillary Clinton must be the elite's favorite come next election cycle for the Presidency. 

Email accounts have been hacked and the contents are now deleted from the Diplomatic Security Service criminal investigator, Richard Higbie. Sure, there is no problem with government overreach. If you are doing nothing wrong, then what's the problem with a little spying? Right?


Government is sanitizing information it does not want circulated, like criminal activities, tv shows. You name it. It's probably missing from your desktop or cloud storage.

Cary Schulman, Higbie's attorney, said, “We feel like we’re in a movie. It’s nuts. It makes us wonder . . . . maybe we’ve got something we don’t even realize or maybe they’re worried about something.”

You have something all right. You better have everything backed up and printed out. If not, you'll have to do it the old fashion way: start again with search warrants, grand jury, and deposition. 

The evidence against key officials in the State Department must have been damning.
The e-mails included evidence about misconduct by top officials at the department, communications with other potential whistleblowers there, and correspondence with members of Congress who are investigating the allegations, Schulman said.
Will the American people ever know? 

When election time rolls around, the American people should think long and hard about who their vote goes to. 

The Republicans and Democrats have already been sucked into the void of the United Nations, corporate government, and unelected bureaucratic councils and think tanks. 

Hillary Clinton has admitted that she relied on the Council for Foreign Relations (CFR) in order to do her job as Secretary of State. What other negative groups will she confide in if she is elected President of the United States?

Bilderberg? OECD? Trilateral Commission? 

Or will she expand the CIA and NSA unconstitutional spying powers like her predecessors for a more encompassing fascism?

It makes you wonder who is actually running the show because it doesn't seem to be our representative government. Oh maybe it is representative, not of the people, but for the collaborative agenda makers to set up the Grand Chess Board to play a real life Hunger Games with humanity.

Source: NYPost,