Hillary Clinton's Email Compromised When She Clicked A Porn Link

Maybe the grossest reveal yet from the FBI document dump yesterday. If the thought of a sick, elderly woman enjoying internet porn offends you, don’t read any further.

Hillary Clinton’s email account, surprise, surprise, was the target of multiple hacking attempts by unknown parties. Some of them were successful.

An unknown individual used an anonymous web browsing tool often used to access the dark web to get into an email account on the Clinton family server, the FBI revealed on Friday.

Meanwhile, in another incident, top aide Huma Abedin revealed to an unidentified person that Clinton had fears she had been hacked after she received a phishing email.

The FBI disclosed the incidents, in a report on Clinton’s handling of classified information on Friday.

According to the FBI’s review of the Clinton server logs, an unidentified person accessed an email account on January 5, 2013, using three IP addresses that are known to serve as encryption tool Tor ‘exit nodes’.

One of the successful attempts was directed at Hillary Clinton:

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“… she received an email from a known [REDACTED] associate containing a link to a website with pornographic material.”

We don’t know how long she dallied on the site after clicking the link but we do know that she clicked it. Ironic, isn’t it? That after the way Bill Clinton’s presidency was an exercise in porn that Hillary’s email was compromised by the same thing.