Yesterday Rush Limbaugh raised the possibility that Russian intelligence services may have been responsible for the hacking of the Democratic National Committee and could blackmail a second Clinton White House. In so doing he sounded a concern earlier voiced by Donald Trump, though Donald puckishly added, “Russia, if you’re listening I hope your able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing “ from Hillary’s server. And he added, “I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press.”
I have no idea what might be in the DNC’s hacked emails or on Hillary’s errant emails, but I do know that the Russian intelligence services and for that matter the Israeli and French services have plenty of the Clintons’ confidential material to blackmail them with. I wrote about it in The Clinton Crack-Up: The Boy President’s Life After the White House.
Just for starters those intelligence agencies eavesdropped on Bill and they have tapes of him having “phone sex” with Monica Lewinsky. In fact, these sleuths probably listened in on Clinton’s calls with other women. The American Spectator chronicled over a dozen other White House employees who had their way with the Boy President. He foolishly made these calls on open lines.
The invaluable Starr Report states that in the case of Lewinsky she “spoke on the telephone with the President approximately 50 times, often after 10:00 p.m. and sometimes well after midnight.” It gets worse: “On 10 to 15 occasions, she and the President had phone sex.” For readers unfamiliar with the term phone sex, the Starr Report is invaluable. On page 416 it defines “phone sex” as occurring “when one or both parties masturbate while one or both parties talk in a sexually explicit manner on the telephone.”
Years before Hillary was, as FBI director James Comey said, “extremely careless” with her server, there was this.
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