Interesting times

It appears there are people, besides me, who really, really don’t want Ms. Clinton to be our next president. Yet another hack at her:

Bill and Hillary Clinton’s charitable foundation hired the security firm FireEye to examine its data systems after seeing indications they might have been hacked, according to two sources familiar with the matter.

So far, no message or document hacked from the New York-based Clinton Foundation has surfaced in public, the sources said.

One of the sources and two U.S. security officials said that like hackers who targeted the Democratic National Committee, Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and the Democrats’ congressional fundraising committee, the hackers appear to have used “spear phishing” techniques to gain access to the foundation’s network.

I need a bigger bowl of popcorn.

3 thoughts on “Interesting times

  1. Feints within feints within feints…

    Oh, the poor, besieged Democrats, striving for naught but good, always suffering for it, never quitting. The Smartest Woman in The World is also a persecuted saint. Genius Saints, all.

    Truth is always the first causality in war– Even the liars agree.

  2. Can anybody say “October surprise”?

    I’m sure the pucker factor will increase for Democratic campaign officials as the election grows closer.
    I wonder if those 30,000 deleted chickens will come home to roost.

    I think someone may have it in for comrade Clinton.

    • Actually, Julian Assange has said so (that he has it in for her) explicitly.
      One might speculate whether Czar Vlad does. It’s plausible the answer is “no” because a blackmailable president is more useful than a failed candidate. Then again, I remember a comment recently that Hillary isn’t blackmailable because blackmail relies on shame and the fear of disclosure, and she has neither.

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