Tuesday, November 01, 2016

IMAP: Four letters that spell potential doom for Hillary and Huma

I'll bet you're growing tired of the ongoing cancer that is the Hillary Clinton campaign of corruption, cover-ups and criminality.

Fear not. I've got something you may not have heard before. I hadn't heard of it until an hour or so ago. It's a technical acronym, related to Internet email, that most lay people wouldn't quite grok.

The inimitable Karl Denninger offers us the single, critical tidbit of data that makes all the difference. It relates to a statement that tech billionaire Mark Cuban made on CNBC:

This "newly discovered" laptop is very likely to be literal nuclear waste for Hillary and everyone around her, including the Clinton Foundation and all of Hillary's "advisers" such as Podesta.

Mark Cuban said that Huma used Outlook and IMAP (for Yahoo and similar). True.

But then he said this was unlikely to lead to "new" evidence in the form of the emails.

That's a lie.

It's a lie because Cuban knows he's full of crap; he knows enough about the technologies involved to be fully aware that he was peddling nonsense.

The term IMAP is key. It represents an Internet email protocol -- a messaging language -- that copies data from a server to a client. In English, IMAP would copy messages from Hillary Clinton's illegal, bathroom email server to a single PC running Outlook. Like the PC Huma shared with Carlos Danger Anthony Weinis Weiner.

And that means all messages on Hillary's server that were addressed to Huma Abedin may have been replicated to the Weiner machine.

Well, Doug, what does all of this mean? Consider the following:

  1. It's likely that Huma Abedin committed perjury: Under oath, Hillary's key aide asserted that she had turned all over all emails related to her work with the Clinton State Department. Problem is, who else but Abedin would have bothered to configure Outlook to read Clinton's emails?
  2. Those 'deleted' 33,000 emails? Maybe not so much: Any email addressed to Abedin, whether "To:", "From:", "CC:", or "BCC:", would have been copied to Abedin's Weiner PC. Those 33,000 emails that Clinton attempted to delete with BleachBit, hammers, and magnets? They are very likely to have survived Hillary's purge.
  3. The Clinton Foundation's secrets exposed: The reason that Clinton nuked the infamous 33,000 emails almost certainly relate to the intersection of the Clinton Foundation, the State Department, and Teneo Corporation (that's the super, happy, fun "company" that ties all of the Clinton syndicates togather, RICO-style). Weiner Foundation, anyone?
  4. FBI Director James Comey's hand was forced: When faced with these revelations -- the replication of emails from the Clinton bathroom server to the Weiner-puter -- Comey realized he was in a major jam. Which led to the latest Hillary debacle.

The implications of IMAP on the Abedin-Hillary-Weiner-puter scandal cannot be overstated. It means, simply, that the hammer of Thor is about to come down on the Clinton RICO syndicate, whether before the election or after.

Hat tip: BadBlue Real-Time News.
 

11 comments:

Bernie said...

The one major hole in your thoughts
the unstated premise that there is a system of justice in place

directorblue said...

Good point, Bernie. At some point, though, the court of public opinion must either weigh in on Hillary's corruption... or allow the company to descend from second-world status to third-world.

Anonymous said...

Don't forget the reports that Huma would sometimes log in as Hillary to check and respond to emails. hdr22 may very well be included.

Matthew W said...

Everyone keeps forgetting simple facts.
It was proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that planned parenthood was doing abortions with the sole intent and purpose of reselling baby parts for profit.
Guess what???
planned parenthood is still in business.
If "we" can't get the people that we support and represent us in office to defund baby killing profiteers, there ain't no way they are going to do anything about criminalizing the clintons of other democrats.

Ellouise Blair said...

Weiner-puter. Lol!

mrkwong said...

IMAP is not the petard that will hoist Clinton, but rather Outlook's implementation that caches everything.

Plenty of IMAP clients that cache only headers, or nothing at all.

So it may well be Microsoft that saves American democracy.

Anonymous said...

One additional item for consideration....

While Hillary was out of the country, and Huma Wiener was home with the bouncing baby boy, would Hillary have asked Huma to log in to check Hillary's e-mail?

(Would Hillary trust Huma with her log in?)

So....

Out of 650,000 e-mails, are some/many of those Hillary e-mails?

(Please God, find a way to bring down David Kendall in this....)

Peter Lantry said...

There's another question I've been asking about the email server scandal since the beginning, having managed corporate email systems in the past. What about backups? Aren't there backup tapes or disks that were created periodically (daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, etc.)? Any service provider worth his salt would have done this as a matter of course. These tapes/disks usually get stored away at a different location in case of a disaster and they're needed to re-create the email environment. No wonder the technician pled the 5th.

Anonymous said...

what??? you are nuts...

BigRedBullGator said...

"... who else but Abedin would have bothered to configure Outlook to read Clinton's emails?"

Well ... Carlos Danger could have!

Someone had to setup the folder named 'Life Insurance'! Weiner could have installed spyware on Huma's devices that would automatically have forwarded all her email, plus chats, web sites visited, and keystrokes (including passwords) to said folder. Installing spyware would have been very easy for Weiner to do. He didn't even need physical access to her laptops and smartphone. Besides being a pervert, maybe he was also an insecure, jealous husband

Hatuxka said...

They used Outlook. Huma logged in as Hillary. That would sync all emails from the server to the Weiner-puter. There are 650,000 emails on it. FBI understood the Killary "deleted" bunch are likely among them.