Classified crookery 

Bill Wilson

The FBI and the Department of Justice have taken possession of former Secretary of State and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s personal email server. According to Associated Press, “Federal investigators have begun looking into the security of Clintons’ email setup amid concerns from the inspector general for the intelligence community that classified information may have passed through the system. There is no evidence she used encryption to prevent prying eyes from accessing the emails or her personal server.” Already, the mighty media machine is in full swing attempting to downplay the investigation and trying to confuse the issue through misinformation.

Meantime, current Secretary of State John Kerry admitted on CBS Evening News that China and Russia are reading his emails. He said in response to a question posed by Scott Pelley that the two countries are eavesdropping: “The answer is it is very likely. It is not … outside the realm of possibility, and we know that they have attacked a number of American interests over the course of the last days.” There have been several stories over the past two years about how China, in particular, is cyber-attacking the Pentagon and State Department classified documents. Now the Secretary of State is admitting that his emails are “likely” being read by spies and that “I certainly write things with that awareness.”

Certainly, Hillary Clinton has been exposed for using her private server for State Department emails, some of which were classified. If the federal government’s security system is vulnerable to attack by other countries such as China and Russia, then her logic in using a less secure private server must be explained. Perhaps in her mind she believed her private server more secure than that of the State Department’s. Perhaps she thought using her private server would allow flexibility in sending messages to other countries like China and Russia. Perhaps she wasn’t thinking that it was of any significance to use an unsecured server for highly sensitive government work.

In any of these scenarios, or any other scenario, Clinton’s justification of using an unsecured private server for official government work is at best bad judgment and at worse, criminal. Ephesians 5 speaks to the things of darkness, which is the card Clinton is playing by saying she is cooperating with the investigations, but in reality she is stonewalling them. Verse 6 says, “Let no man deceive you with vain words: for because of these things comes the wrath of God upon the children of disobedience.” Verse 11, “And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them.” Clinton is playing a dangerous game with the security of America–your family and mine. This classified crookery must be exposed to the light and dealt with swiftly.

Have a Blessed and Powerful Day!

Bill Wilson

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