Clinton Email Probe Hillary Clinton Robert Mueller Russia collusion


Hillary Clinton and Robert Mueller
We all know the basis for Mueller’s witch-hunt is on the assumption that Russians hacked DNC and Hillary’s email back in 2016 in an effort to help then candidate Trump win the Presidency. Despite months of investigation, no valid evidence has proven that
Trump colluded with Russia during the 2016 election. To make things even more complicated for Mueller and his crew, New evidence coming to light shows that Hillary’s emails  were hacked as early as 2011.

According to The Gateway Pundit:
“One of the first known report about DNC and Hillary’s email came from the FBI in it’s report related to the Hillary email investigation. The FBI reported that Hillary and her close associated Huma Abedin were hit by phishing emails 2011. Hillary replied to the emails even though it contained a potentially malicious link. Then Abedin was involved in a separate incident. From an email sent directly to Hillary, it was inferred that there was an increase of phishing emails after January 2011 where state employees’ personal email accounts were attacked.”

In March of 2015, there were multiple attempts to login to Hillary’s private email server and according to the FBI, they were all failed attempts.

According to FBI statement:
“Following the March 3, 2015 New York Times article publicly revealing Clinton’s use of personal email to conduct government business, the FBI identified an increased number of login attempts to the PRN server and it’s associated domain controller. Forensic analysis revealed none of this attempts were successful.”

This shows that the first hack on Hillary’s email server was at a time when President Trump hadn’t announced his candidacy for president and that the entire Mueller investigation is a massive sham.

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