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Ambassador John Bolton, appearing on "Judge Jeanine" at Fox News, opened up an entirely new and thus far unreported aspect of the Hillary Clinton email debacle when he pointed out that Hillary was using her own commercial-version Blackberry for all of her communications. Not only was this commercial version much more susceptible to being hacked for the contents of her emails, it could also be converted into a microphone.

Unlike Blackberrys that are rendered more secure by State Department IT technologies, Hillary's Blackberry was susceptible to being hacked to activate the built-in microphone, to allow eavesdropping on any conversation where her Blackberry was in the room, such that the hacker would be capable of hearing private and privileged conversations by all parties present!

Hillary's track record as secretary of state is already recognized as pitiful, but now we know that various foreign adversary powers (China, Russia, Iran, etc.) may well have been listening to her private conversations with top-level advisors and executives (even those she had with Bill, if she actually had any), and foreign intelligence services would have been privy to top-level thinking and decisions, even before second-level persons in our own State Department learned about them.

If Obama wants to disable her candidacy, as analysts suspect he does, an indictment on multiple charges would certainly do the trick, and even Republicans would spare praise for him and his attorney general were they for once to enforce the laws equitably and fairly. What a strange situation, when Obama might actually be inclined to follow his oath to uphold the Constitution, and rid America once and for all of the Clinton menace.

Ambassador John Bolton, appearing on "Judge Jeanine" at Fox News, opened up an entirely new and thus far unreported aspect of the Hillary Clinton email debacle when he pointed out that Hillary was using her own commercial-version Blackberry for all of her communications. Not only was this commercial version much more susceptible to being hacked for the contents of her emails, it could also be converted into a microphone.

Unlike Blackberrys that are rendered more secure by State Department IT technologies, Hillary's Blackberry was susceptible to being hacked to activate the built-in microphone, to allow eavesdropping on any conversation where her Blackberry was in the room, such that the hacker would be capable of hearing private and privileged conversations by all parties present!

Hillary's track record as secretary of state is already recognized as pitiful, but now we know that various foreign adversary powers (China, Russia, Iran, etc.) may well have been listening to her private conversations with top-level advisors and executives (even those she had with Bill, if she actually had any), and foreign intelligence services would have been privy to top-level thinking and decisions, even before second-level persons in our own State Department learned about them.

If Obama wants to disable her candidacy, as analysts suspect he does, an indictment on multiple charges would certainly do the trick, and even Republicans would spare praise for him and his attorney general were they for once to enforce the laws equitably and fairly. What a strange situation, when Obama might actually be inclined to follow his oath to uphold the Constitution, and rid America once and for all of the Clinton menace.