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This past Wednesday, an archive of over 30,000 emails written by Hillary Clinton was released by WikiLeaks. Although every one of them was made publicly available last year by the Freedom of Information Act request, this is the first time the content has been compiled into a searchable format.
The FBI has recently been investigating Clinton’s use of a private email server during her time as the United States Secretary of State. The emails included in this archive range in topic from Clinton’s role in initiating wild extremism in Libya, to pushing for oil privatization in Mexico and even a claim that “a Sunni-Shiite war would be good for Israel and the West”.
Perhaps even more worthy of mentioning is the fact that Facebook seems to be protecting Clinton, showing error messages when users attempt to click links leading to the emails. “As a security precaution, you cannot take this action because your computer may be affected with a virus or a malicious browser extension.” Seems a little suspicious to the careful reader . . .
If there is one certainty, it is that this leak was not good news for Hillary.
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