As another Lame Cherry exclusive in matter anti matter.
I am not going to take a great deal of time in explaining this as this is basically a non issue.
Department of Justice officials filed a motion in federal court late Wednesday seeking a 27-month delay in producing correspondence between former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s four top aides and officials with the Clinton Foundation and Teneo Holdings, a closely allied public relations firm that Bill Clinton helped launch.
If the court permits the delay, the public won’t be able to read the communications until October 2018, about 22 months into her prospective first term as President. The four senior Clinton aides involved were Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Michael Fuchs, Ambassador-At-Large Melanne Verveer, Chief of Staff Cheryl Mills, and Deputy Chief of Staff Huma Abedin.
I inquired on this with little interest, and this is what the matrix pointed to. This Michael Fuchs and Melanne Verveer are Hamrod pets. Both Trilateral connected, but not linked in fields, as Fuchs is East Asia and Verveer is women's issues wonkette.
The reason Hamrod wants the emails silenced is this was about something embarrassing, but not exactly criminal. What I read it as is, in Lincoln's "too many pigs for the tits". I explain that in Lincoln in order to get elected promised everyone a job, and they all showed up, and only the real people got the jobs.
This is something like this, in Hillary Clinton has to promise the connected cranks the real jobs, while what she really wants is people like Fuchs and Verveer as they are "her people" and loyalists who will stand by their Hillary no matter the crimes.
That is what this points to in the matrix indicates Fuchs and Verveer were "promised" things, which others had, and they are to wait around until they get forced out. Abedin and Mills are on the lists as "closed copy" in being in the loop of juggling all of this.
What is more the story is that from the list below, hackers through the Clinton email server gained access to every single one of these people's accounts and servers.
Call this a Lame Cherry exclusive in matter anti matter again, because this program has never been mentioned previously, but let's call it Spamma Jamma to give it a name.
See when you send an email to someone, it goes through to the mailbox on that computer. It is sitting there. Now what if you could write a program which would mimic an email, so that you could send your hack into an email, and that packet would register as an email, without appearing as an email.
This packet then in Spamma Jamma, would act like a cookie through this open portal and report everything taking place on that system. This runs stealth in the background, so no resources are shown used and no emails are sent. It simply acts like a cookie and activates with every keystroke.
It is like a ghost sitting there reading everything as it does not exist. Spamma Jamma replicates inside each email and infects each outgoing email, in a continuous spreading of this infection. The list below all were infected.
Inquiry states that the Obama system was not infected with this virus, as those accomplishing this did not want everyone inside their passkey to ebama.
Here is a list of the 86 people who had Hillary Clinton’s personal email address, according to the emails that have so far been released.
Huma Abedin, Clinton’s deputy chief of staff
Caroline Adler, director of the office of strategic communications at the state department
Madeleine Albright, former secretary of state
David Axelrod, senior advisor to President Obama
Daniel Baer, deputy assistant secretary of state for the bureau of democracy, human rights and labor
Kris Balderston, special representative for global partnerships
William S. Barrett,
Cherie Blair, wife of former British prime minister
Sidney Blumenthal, longtime friend and advisor to the Clintons. Worked in Bill Clinton white house and on failed 2008 Hillary Clinton presidential campaign.
Sandy Berger, chairman of Albright Stonebridge Group and former national security advisor
William Burns, undersecretary for political affairs
Kurt Campbell, assistant secretary of state for east Asian and public affairs
Lisa Caputo, executive vice president of global marketing and corporate affairs at Citigroup
Johnnie Carson, assistant secretary of state for African affairs
Claire Coleman, assistant
Derek Chollet, principal deputy director of policy planning
Justin Cooper, Bill Clinton aide
P.J. Crowley, assistant secretary of state for public affairs
Linda Dewan, Clinton’s scheduler
Thomas Donilon, deputy national security advisor to President Barack Obama
Terry Duffy, executive director at CME Group
Voda “Betsy” Ebeling, childhood friend of Clinton
Rahm Emanuel, White House chief of staff to
Jeffrey Farrow, lobbyist for Palau
Lee Feinstein, senior advisor in the office of the secretary of state
Jeffrey Feltman, assistant secretary of state for near east affairs
Oscar Flores, Clinton aide
Tina Flournoy, Bill Clinton chief of staff
Michael Fuchs, special advisor to the secretary of state for strategic dialogues
David Garten, legislative aide to Sen. Frank Lautenberg
Bob Gates, former secretary of defense
Gina Glantz, political strategist and Democratic campaign manager
Philip Gordon, assistant secretary of state for European and Eurasian affairs
Scott Gration, Unites States special envoy for Sudan
Brian Greenspun, Editor of the Las Vegas Sun
Monica Hanley, Clinton aide at the state department
Doug Hattaway, President and CEO of Hattaway Communications
Christopher Hill, ambassador to Iraq
Richard Holbrooke, United States special envoy for Pakistan and Afghanistan
Robert Hormats, undersecretary of state for economic growth, energy and the environment
Rosemarie Howe, Clinton’s interior decorator
Lauren Jiloty, Clinton’s special assistant
Paul Jones, deputy chief of mission and chargé d’affaires in the Philippines
Craig Kelly, principal deputy assistant secretary of state
Patrick Kennedy, undersecretary for management
Karen Persichilli Keogh, director of New York operations for Clinton while she was in the Senate
Harold Hongju Koh, legal advisor of the State Department
Donald Lococo, architect
Jacob Lew, deputy secretary of state for management and resources
Capricia Marshall, chief of protocol of the United States
Judith McHale, undersecretary of state for public diplomacy and public affairs
Cheryl Mills, Clinton’s chief of staff
Mike (no last name of identification)
Barbara Mikulski, Maryland senator
George Mitchell, United States special envoy for Middle East peace
Lissa Muscatine, senior advisor and chief of speechwriting
Jackie Newmyer, president Long Term Strategy Group
Victoria Nuland, Clinton spokeswoman
Nancy Parrish, co-chair and CEO of Protect Our Defenders
Jan Piercy, executive vice president SBI Corporation
John Podesta, longtime Clinton friend and advisor
Colin Powell, former secretary of state
Philippe Reines, deputy assistant secretary of state
Miguel Rodriguez, deputy assistant secretary for senate affairs
Laurie Rubiner, vice president of public policy and advocacy for Planned Parenthood
Robert Russo, Clinton’s special assistant
Daniel Schwerin, speechwriter
Thomas Shannon, ambassador to Brazil
Andrew Shapiro, assistant secretary of state for political-military affairs
Wendy Sherman, vice chair Albright Stonebridge Group
Anne-Marie Slaughter, director of policy planning at the State Department
Rick Sloan, communications director for the international association of machinists and aerospace workers
James Steinberg, deputy secretary of state
Todd Stern, special envoy for climate change
Burns Strider, political consultant
Jake Sullivan, Clinton’s deputy chief of staff and director of policy planning
Adrian Talbott, director of CGI Lead at the Clinton Global Initiative
Strobe Talbott, president of the Brookings Institution
Neera Tanden, senior health advisor for health reform at the Department of Health and Human Services, now president of Center for American Progress
Ellen Tauscher, undersecretary for arms control and international security affairs
Nora Toiv, special assistant to the counselor, state department
Marty Torrey, chief of staff to Rep. John Sweeney
Lona Valmoro, Clinton scheduler
Richard Verma, assistant secretary of state for legislative affairs
Melanie Verveer, ambassador at large for global women’s issues
Joseph Wilson, Symbion Power advisory board
Source: State Department