Hillary Clinton launched a "cover-up operation" to hide the "shady s**t" that went down on her email server! That's the suggestion of newly released emails from a security firm she hired to set up and manger her systems.
Unreleased emails from the Platte River Networks, the Denver company that set up and managed Clinton's server, shows them seemingly scrambling to deal with the fall-out of their association with her email scandal.
The company's internal emails showed that the "IT executives fretted about being ordered to purge emails and scrambled to distance themselves from what they believed was the former first lady 'covering up some shaddy shady s- -t,'" The New York Post reported.
In one email exchange IT workers said their job was to be "Hillary's cover-up operation."
FBI Director James Comey famously said that Clinton was "extremely careless" in her handling of classified information, but found no criminal intent. He also disclosed that Clinton's server might have been hacked.
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Indeed, in one instance when the Denver company learned that foreign hackers were attempting to infiltrate the server, they confessed to trying to "cover our a**es" in one missive.
"Any chance you found an old email with their directives to cut the backups back in Oct‐-Feb? . . . If we had that email, we are golden, Platte River IT consultant Bill Thornton told associates in August 2015, according to The New York Post.
Thornton also wrote that he "spent some time in their firewall just now locking everything down."
The company was later issued subpoenaed by Congress regarding Clinton's email server after they refused to willingly answer questions.
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