Hacking Hillary's medical records

Hacking of computer records and databases has become a major news story.  Some of the more notable examples include:

  •  Financial and other personal information affecting over 100 million customers at Target stores was hacked in 2013, resulting in the company agreeing to put up $10 million in compensation.
  •  USAToday says hackers have stolen over a billion dollars from over 100 banks in 30 different countries.
  •  One of the more audacious attacks was the hacking of the federal government's Office of Personal Management (OPM) database whereby the records of some 22.1 million government employees were stolen.

It's a lead pipe cinch that the private server used by Hillary Clinton when she was secretary of state was hacked, no doubt by a multitude of parties.

The list could go on and on.  Common sense tells us that these examples are merely the tip of an iceberg.  That's because today's technology is such that even highly secure and protected computer systems are vulnerable to being breached. 

Given that, ask yourself: how likely is it that Hillary Clinton's medical records have been hacked?  One doesn't have to be a geek to connect the dots and conclude that this is almost certainly the case.

So apart from the information hacked from the Clinton Foundation and the 30,000 deleted emails from Hillary Clinton's private server, another potential October surprise could be the release of Mrs. Clinton's medical records.  If so, my betting is that her medical file would show that the woman is far from being in the "excellent" condition she proclaims and reveal that she is instead quite sickly. 

Hacking of computer records and databases has become a major news story.  Some of the more notable examples include:

  •  Financial and other personal information affecting over 100 million customers at Target stores was hacked in 2013, resulting in the company agreeing to put up $10 million in compensation.
  •  USAToday says hackers have stolen over a billion dollars from over 100 banks in 30 different countries.
  •  One of the more audacious attacks was the hacking of the federal government's Office of Personal Management (OPM) database whereby the records of some 22.1 million government employees were stolen.

It's a lead pipe cinch that the private server used by Hillary Clinton when she was secretary of state was hacked, no doubt by a multitude of parties.

The list could go on and on.  Common sense tells us that these examples are merely the tip of an iceberg.  That's because today's technology is such that even highly secure and protected computer systems are vulnerable to being breached. 

Given that, ask yourself: how likely is it that Hillary Clinton's medical records have been hacked?  One doesn't have to be a geek to connect the dots and conclude that this is almost certainly the case.

So apart from the information hacked from the Clinton Foundation and the 30,000 deleted emails from Hillary Clinton's private server, another potential October surprise could be the release of Mrs. Clinton's medical records.  If so, my betting is that her medical file would show that the woman is far from being in the "excellent" condition she proclaims and reveal that she is instead quite sickly.