I'll bet you're growing tired of the ongoing cancer that is the Hillary Clinton campaign of corruption, cover-ups and criminality.
Fear not. I've got something you may not have heard before. I hadn't heard of it until an hour or so ago. It's a technical acronym, related to Internet email, that most lay people wouldn't quite grok.
The inimitable Karl Denninger offers us the single, critical tidbit of data that makes all the difference. It relates to a statement that tech billionaire Mark Cuban made on CNBC:
This “newly discovered” laptop is very likely to be literal nuclear waste for Hillary and everyone around her, including the Clinton Foundation and all of Hillary's “advisers” such as Podesta.
Mark Cuban said that Huma used Outlook and IMAP (for Yahoo and similar). True.
But then he said this was unlikely to lead to “new” evidence in the form of the emails.
That's a lie.
It's a lie because Cuban knows he's full of crap; he knows enough about the technologies involved to be fully aware that he was peddling nonsense.
The term IMAP is key. It represents an Internet email protocol — a messaging language — that copies data from a server to a client. In English, IMAP would copy messages from Hillary Clinton's illegal bathroom email server to a single PC running Outlook. Like the PC Huma shared with
Carlos Danger Anthony Weinis Weiner.
Which means all messages on Hillary's server that were addressed to Huma Abedin may have been replicated to the Weiner machine.
Well, Doug, what does all of this mean? Consider the following:
The implications of IMAP on the Abedin-Hillary-Weiner-puter scandal cannot be overstated. It means, simply, that the hammer of Thor is about to come down on the Clinton RICO syndicate.
Hat tip: BadBlue Real-Time News.