09 Jul 2016
Donald Trump should declare One Million Dollar prize for Hillary's deleted emails
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The O'Reilly Factor 7/7/16 - James Comey Testifies on Clinton Email Probe, Donald Trump & RNC


You want to prove "criminal intent"?

Okay, this is how you do it. Firstly, there is a video out there of Hillary Clinton "discouraging" the use of email to another colleague. She was asking, "why would anyone use email?" ... she was questioning as if "it is not a safe practice for communication" because it can be tracked by a third party as the information is stored on other computers and servers. She did not even like the idea of using email. It was because of this "insecurity" that she setup the server at her home ... it was not carelessness, it was not stupidity ... it was very carefully planned to hide her email communications from the State Department.

Her email scenario is something like this. A guy enters the bank ... goes into a high security locker where all the cash is kept ... and he does this again and again for 4 long years every day. When caught ... the guy says, I am just a customer at the bank and I went into that room by mistake. But what he also does is ... he manages to delete the footage from the security cameras for 3000 hours of the total time he was there in those lockers. He says ... yes, there are 10,000 hours of footage available ... check those hours of video and you can see that I did not do anything wrong. Now, will you believe this guy? Firstly, he was at the wrong place where he should not be ... secondly, it was not by mistake once or twice ... he was regularly there for 4 years ... and thirdly, he also manages to delete the footage for about 3000 hours from the security cameras and you have no idea what he did in those hours? Will you say ... okay fine, we could not prove any criminal intent and we should let him go?

Your priority would be to find out ... what did this person do in those "missing hours"? He deleted 3,000 hours of his activity in the bank. If he did not do anything wrong then why was there a need to delete that footage? That too, that footage would not be made public ... only the bank or the police department would look at that footage. So why did this person delete that footage and did not want to show it to the police department? What did he do that he was so scared of the police department looking into it? That's exactly where the malice is. That's exactly where the "criminal" activity is.

This is the exact scenario of our lovely Hillary Clinton. So now, if you want to confirm her "criminal intent" then you need to look into those deleted emails. How would you look into deleted emails?

  1. Just call the NSA. They track all emails sent. They definitely have a copy.
  2. She only deleted the emails. But the data still exists on the hard-drives. Use any data recovery company to recover the deleted data ... unless she has changed the hard-drive itself ... which would definitely be very criminal.
  3. See if any hacker has her deleted emails. Declare a million dollar prize for the hacker that will provide Hillary's deleted emails. And you will get those emails in no time.

What will be in those emails? The correspondence from her Wall Street buddies ... donations to her Foundation ... political favors ... you know, the regular corporate malice. This is exactly what she wanted to hide ... this was the purpose of keeping the server at her home. She did not want her favors to the corporate segment known to the State Department. So, stop the political rhetoric about this ... get technical ... retrieve the deleted data ... that will clarify everything.

Trump should declare $1 Million prize for Hillary's emails

This is exactly what Donald Trump should do by the way ... declare $1 Million prize for anyone who recovers Hillary's 30,000 deleted emails. This is how his general election campaign will enfold after this:

  1. He will get immense publicity for the $1 Million prize. At least for the next 3 days, it will be in the headlines of all major media outlets ... "Trump declares $1 Million prize for Hillary's 30,000 deleted emails".
  2. It will create a huge controversy and put the focus on why Hillary "deleted" these emails. Everybody will be discussing why there was a need to delete the emails. What was she hiding?
  3. It will move Trump up the polls and Hillary will slip in the polls immediately within one week.

Who will discover her emails?

Well there are many ways her emails can be discovered.

  1. NSA Deflection. NSA gives a cheesy paycheck. $1 Million is 10 years income from NSA. Guys will probably easily deflect from NSA to provide this information.
  2. Hackers. The prize money will immediately activate hackers around the world who may hack the data from NSA.
  3. Previous hackers. Previous guys who already might have entered Hillary's email server ... who already might have the data ... they may come forward.
  4. Other government agents who might have been monitoring Hillary's email server from before.

Once emails are revealed

There is a high probability of malice in those emails ... which will uncover a lot of Hillary's shady activities. If this data is genuinely revealed to the public then that would be the death blow to Hillary's campaign. Instead of spending hundreds of millions in the general election, Trump can easily rule her out with just $1 Million. And what's Trump got to lose in this? It is a very cost effective technique and he pays only if the emails genuinely belong to Hillary.

Security for the source

This is a major scandal involving high profile criminals ... that is, Hillary Clinton ... so the guarantee to be "anonymous" should be given to the source. Doesn't matter where he/she got the data from ... doesn't matter if it is NSA or Hillary's own server ... the source should be promised 100% security and anonymity. C'mon this is criminal activity ... the general people should be provided with utmost security in helping the Police Department in such work ... that's the least we should do for them. Security and anonymity will encourage hackers as well as government agents to come forward with this information.