Were HRC’s emails containing special access program classified intel allowed to be hacked by China in exchange for payments from foreign actors to the Clinton foundation? Also, did CrowdStrike facilitate these exchanges AFTER money was donated?
August 29, 2018 | JustInformed Talk
In what appears to be an incredible coincidence (haha), President Trump has been vociferously tweeting about the latest “official MSM” story that Hillary Clinton’s private email server was hacked by Chinese hackers during her tenure as Secretary of State.
Now, is there even more to this story than the #FAKENEWS is reporting?
In the latest set of drops from Q Anon, we can clearly take away the fact that Q is trying to tell us some important clarifications with regard to Hillary Clinton’s private email server.
Q points us to this article featured in the New York Times:
Apparently, at some point in 2010, the Chinese government gained access to classified information which allowed them to kill or imprison between 18-20 CIA assets.
Q POST 1982
Q points out a couple of disturbing things.
First, he directly makes the 2010 reference in connection to the article and Clinton’s server (Even though Q writes “sever” Q corrected it in next post, he meant “server”) Second, Q alludes to the fact that the IT company [CROWDSTRIKE] was somehow involved.
In previous posts, Q has suggested that CrowdStrike acted as a sort of broker for the selling of classified intelligence to foreign actors through the Clinton foundation by basically ensuring the payment of money was received by the Clinton foundation. Then, subsequently thereafter, granting access to the private email servers which allegedly contain classified special access program information.
If this proves to be true, it would be an incredibly serious violation of several federal laws. This could be the reason why Donald Trump so famously said in a debate with Hillary, “you’d be in jail” (if I were President).
So, let me know what you think down in the comments.
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