Get ready for yet another bombshell update on the Hillary Clinton email scandal.
A memo from the Senate regarding the investigation into Clinton’s severe mishandling of classified government information that was just released revealed that all but four of the 30,490 emails from Hillary’s private basement email server were also forwarded to the email address “email@example.com”.
A quick Google search for “Carter Heavy Industries” as performed by one of the investigators turns up the name of Chinese-based Shandong Carter Heavy Industry Co., Ltd!
So, not only did Hillary Clinton have an unauthorized, unsecure private email server that COULD have been hacked into or used to leak classified government documents – but almost all of the emails on the server were actually forwarded to a non-U.S. government foreign entity that most probably had no legal business reading the emails.
Who knows why or what the emails were used for?
To give her the benefit of the doubt, even if Hillary was not the one who directly forwarded the emails to the Gmail address and/or was not aware that it was happening, she most certainly allowed it to happen by using an email server not authorized by the government and that was not properly secured.
She most certainly belongs in jail for this, don't you think?
The Epoch Times has more of the gritty details of the newest update to the Clinton email fiasco:
All but four of the 30,490 emails from Hillary Clinton’s unauthorized email server were forwarded to a private Google email address featuring a name similar to a Chinese company, according to documents released by a Senate committee on Aug. 15.
Virtually every email that was sent to and from the Clinton-email server was forwarded to “firstname.lastname@example.org,” which raised concerns that a foreign actor gained access to Clinton’s emails after an intelligence community inspector general (ICIG) investigator searched Google for “Carter Heavy Industries” and came up with a result for Shandong Carter Heavy Industry Co., Ltd, according to the documents (pdf).
Shandong Carter Heavy Industry is a Chinese manufacturer of excavators and heavy machinery. The company did not respond to a request for comment.
Frank Rucker, the ICIG investigator, and Jeanette McMillian, an ICIG attorney, told the FBI about the anomaly on Feb. 18, 2016, at a meeting which included Peter Strzok, who had just taken over as the section chief heading the investigation. Rucker told Congress that Strzok was “aloof and dismissive” and didn’t ask many questions.
Strzok has since gained notoriety for text messages he exchanged with FBI attorney Lisa Page, with whom he was having an extramarital affair. The pair expressed bias against then-candidate Donald Trump and in favor of Clinton during the 2016 presidential campaign.
McMillian told Congress that her understanding of the Carter Heavy Industries email address was that it was a “drop box” to which the emails from the Clinton server were sent in real time.
“Even if you didn’t address an email to this address, the email went to it anyway,” McMillian said.
Rucker told Congress that it appeared that the Carter Heavy Industries email address was inserted into Clinton’s server “based on his reading of the metadata.” Rucker was also concerned because he reviewed an email in which Clinton aide Huma Abedin and Abedin’s husband, Anthony Weiner, discuss how Weiner’s account was possibly hacked by a political opponent who ended up receiving copies of all of his emails.
The investigator told Congress that it appears that the Carter Heavy Industries email was inserted into the routing table of Clinton’s server, but that he could only be sure if he examined the server, which he did not have access to. There could be an alternative explanation as to why the email address was in virtually every message, Rucker said.
McMillian and Rucker were interviewed by the Senate Finance and Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs committees on Dec. 4, 2018, in response to media reports that cited anonymous sources claiming that China gained access to Clinton’s emails. The committees released unclassified versions of those transcripts along with several sets of supporting documents on Aug. 14.
The documents include several emails from Clinton and her staffers with message metadata showing the Carter Heavy Industries email address as a recipient.