Could China’s New Fighter Jet Be A Result of Hillary’s Hacked Server?
While revelations about Hillary Clinton’s deliberate use of a secret, unsecured email server to conduct official State Department business have dominated the news cycle in the days before the November 8 General Election, there may be an even more pressing and immediate repercussion of her lawlessness that has gone largely unnoticed.
In the course of scouring the laptop that was shared by husband and wife Anthony Weiner and Huma Abedin as part of the independent investigation into his sexting of a minor, FBI agents came across a massive stash of Hillary Clinton’s emails bearing her “.com” address, which prove just how reckless then-Secretary of State Clinton was with U.S. information.
FBI sources have said that there is a 99% chance Clinton’s server was hacked by at least four and possibly five foreign entities or hostile actors – certainly including Russia, China, Iran and North Korea.
Now a startling photograph of China’s new fighter jet raises additional worries that Clinton’s actions may have led to the hacking of top military documents.
The resemblance between China’s Chengdu J-20 Stealth Fighter, and the American F-35 and F-22 Raptor is obvious.
In a recent tweet, actor James Woods took note of the similarities between the two fighter jets and put it bluntly:
This is why putting classified emails on a private server is considered espionage under federal law. #HillaryCrimes #EmailCrimes #Hillary
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) November 2, 2016
Given that U.S. Navy Petty Officer First Class Kristian Saucier was sentenced to one-year in a federal prison for using a cellphone camera to take six selfies in the classified engine room of the nuclear submarine the USS Alexandria, when he served on her… Woods may just have a point.
Federal law makes the mishandling of information contained in documents, such as emails, a felony punishable not only by time in federal prison, but the automatic disqualification of serving in a public office.