Jerome Corsi, an investigative reporter for WND who has reported extensively on the email scandal that has plagued Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, just predicted the biggest scandal in U.S. history was about to break.
Corsi, author of “Partners in Crime,” said he knew something was askew when he first realized in August that top Clinton aide Huma Abedin forwarded work-related emails to her private Yahoo email account, which was completely insecure.
He also said Clinton was doing the same thing.
“Hillary was sending emails from Clintonemail.com to Huma Abedin at Yahoo.com. They were both involved, and they completely compromised the State Department security, because anybody that had the password or username could read, in unredacted form, all these emails in real time,” he said.
Corsi said there should be no doubt as to the criminality of Abedin and Clinton forwarding emails onto Abedin’s Yahoo account.
“That’s obviously a major felony in violation of federal security laws for handling classified information,” he said. “You can’t do that.”
He went to explain that the rules for handling classified materials are that they must be handled through secured channels.
“Clearly, sending these emails to Yahoo.com — and we know some of them had classified material because they’ve been marked classified — is a violation of the law, and it doesn’t require intent,” he added.
Corsi believed the scandal was about to explode because he believed Clinton and Abedin moved all those emails to prepare for a pay-to-play scheme.
Corsi referenced an email that surfaced after WikiLeaks released emails from Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta’s email account. In that email, Podesta suggested to former Clinton State Department Chief of Staff Cheryl Mills that someone should get rid of all unidentified emails.
“This is a crime scheme that stinks,” Corsi said. “I think this is going to be the biggest scandal in U.S. history, and it’s just about to break.”
It’s hard to disagree with him at this point. The amount of recent evidence that appears to suggest that Clinton lied about, well, almost everything concerning her private email server, is bad.
Also working against Clinton in this recent discovery is her shady pay-to-play scheme, in which the former secretary of state sold access to government favors for donations to the Clinton Foundation.
It’s frightening to think what this woman would sell or compromise as president.