-- Clinton Foundation laptop containing Hillary Clinton's personal email server archive was "lost" in the mail --
Breaking: Sept. 5! “New revelations from a Friday FBI document dump show a Clinton Foundation laptop containing Hillary Clinton's personal email server archive was "lost" in the mail after a staffer sent it to the former Secretary of State and current Democrat presidential nominee. The laptop was requested to be turned over by the FBI as part of the criminal investigation into Clinton's use of multiple private email servers to store and transmit top secret, classified information.”
Apologies in advance and will delete forthwith if this has been posted. I admit, my loyalty is to Weinergate. I am a pre-Weinergate groupy, so a possible origin of the "laptop" is key. Sept. 05, HRC's CF Laptop is reported lost, ... and ... then. In early October, "a laptop" surfaces in the home of america's favorite kinky kouple. Officer arrives. Huma to officer: "It's his laptop." Weiner: "What? No, what? You know that belongs to, ... oh, ooohhh, oh yeah, yeah, it's mine, officier. Yep that's mine alright, yeah, my laptop, every single bit of it, yep."
Or are there two different laptops? … If they are the same, and it was at Huma’s, then it wasn't "lost:" and so it is an open and shut purgery, obstruction, ........... against HRC…….. right? (no, i'm not a brain scientist.)
With all the talk about the search warrant, and inevitable attempts to legally neutralize the laptop's contents, doesn't the search warrant at this stage lose some strength in light of a pretty fucking good fact that Hillary-Huma were hiding something the FBI wanted a couple months before the election? That the search warrant would seem kind of trite now that we know HRC was blocking access to it all along? It seems the NYPD/FBI had some reason to believe it belonged to Weiner? Then Huma? Seems like a conspiracy of lies to me! The computer in September is “CF property.” By knowingly doing that, doesn't the warrant’s authority weaken as a preventative to have full and unfettered access to that hard drive? Or do we just have to continue praying and hoping for thumb drives from heaven? And be grateful to Weiner's weiner that we have gotten this far.