20,000… Is Hillary Clinton’s Number Up?

It is being reported that the Russians have 20,000 of Hillary Clinton’s “lost’ emails. They are debating internally on whether or not to release them.

If you speculate on the pros and cons, you get some very interesting scenarios. If they do not release them they could be counting on a Hillary victory in November and see that as a win for them. If they release them, maybe Putin sees Donald Trump as the leader he wants to deal with. It is a dice role. Do they really have the emails? Will they release them or sit on them? How would you decide what to do?


You Know Those Missing Hillary Emails? Russia Might Leak 20,000 Of Them:

With Clinton’s repeated claims she employed the personal email server only for mundane communications and non-sensitive State matters having been proven outright lies, the deletions of 31,830 emails — in the new context of Napolitano’s statement — have suddenly become remarkably relevant.

Submitted by Tyler Durden at ZeroHedge.com & Claire Bernish via TheAntiMedia.org 

Hillary Clinton sits at the center of a raging firestorm concerning her arrangement of a private email account and server set up in her home — from which top secret information may have been deleted. But despite Bernie Sanders’ apparent annoyance with the “damn emails,” the scandal just exponentially intensified, when Judge Andrew Napolitano revealed on Monday that Russia has possession of around 20,000 of Clinton’s emails — leaving open the possibility her deletions might not have been permanent after all.

“There’s a debate going on in the Kremlin between the Foreign Ministry and the Intelligence Services about whether they should release the 20,000 of Mrs. Clinton’s emails that they have hacked into,” Napolitano told Fox News’ Megyn Kelly in an interview for The Kelly File.


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