Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who was “cheated out of her 2016 presidential win by Russia,” “has positively never done anything that could ever be considered illegal,” and “definitely did not lose the election because of her corruption, habit of compulsive lying and handling of classified national information from her own private email server,” has been chosen as the keynote speaker of the FireEye Cyber Defense Summit.
How courageous and inspiring.
Hillary deserves all of our respect on this one.
It takes a special, brazen kind of person to accept the opportunity to lecture others on something they themselves should be in jail for.
Kind of like if Hillary’s hubby Bill were to give a speech on sexual relations in the workplace.
Take a look at the official announcement from FireEye on Twitter:
We can't wait to see what goes on at this "intimate Q&A session."
We have a few questions of our own we'd like to ask Mrs. Clinton, such as "How come you destroyed the emails if you weren't doing anything wrong?" and "Why did you have a private server for government business in your own, personal home at all?"
The responses to FireEye's announcement of Mrs. Clinton's upcoming speech are frankly, just "Hillaryous."
Check it out:
Business Wire said the following about the event:
FireEye, Inc. (NASDAQ: FEYE), the intelligence-led security company, today announced details for FireEye Cyber Defense Summit 2019, taking place October 7-10 at the Washington Hilton in Washington, D.C.
Among the keynote speaker lineup, Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will engage in a Q&A discussion with FireEye CEO, Kevin Mandia on the geopolitical landscape and its implications for global cyber security today. Secretary Clinton has been a practicing attorney and law professor, an advocate of internet freedom, First Lady, and U.S. Senator from New York, in addition to serving as the 67th United States Secretary of State.
“Differences among nations today, driven by friction in geopolitics, economics, security and technology, are having a significant impact on global cyber conflict. Secretary Clinton’s extensive knowledge of foreign policy, her firsthand experience on the front lines of diplomacy, and her understanding of the challenges facing open, democratic societies give her a unique perspective on some of the most pressing conversations shaping our world today,” said Mandia.
Fox News has more details on the ironic choice of speaker at the cyber defense summit:
The event is designed to inform executives on cybersecurity, as well as security practitioners on how to "mitigate, detect, and respond to cyber attacks."
Her comments will follow a slew of appearances in which she attributed her 2016 loss partly to Russian cyber activities used to interfere in the election. In May, she said the election was "stolen" from her.
“I think it’s also critical to understand that, as I’ve been telling candidates who have come to see me, you can run the best campaign, you can even become the nominee, and you can have the election stolen from you,” she said during an event in May.
That loss, according to her, was also influenced by former FBI Director James Comey's decision to notify Congress about his agency's investigation into her email servers.
That scandal hung over Clinton's head for the entirety of her campaign, during which she polled low on trustworthiness. Clinton denied any intentional wrongdoing as investigators found that as Secretary of State, she sent classified material over an unsecured server in her basement.
She and her team faced suspicions of trying to conceal evidence as well after it scrubbed her server. At one point, Clinton seemed to defender herself by suggesting she didn't know what it meant to "wipe" a server.
“What, like with a cloth or something?” Clinton said when asked about the issue during the election cycle. “I don’t know how it works digitally at all," she said.