Report Claims Hacker Has ALL UNRELEASED Clinton E-mails

This ladies and gentlemen is what they call a “bombshell” (if true). According to Radar Online, a hacker is claiming to have 32,000 e-mails from Hillary Clinton’s private e-mail account and is looking to sell them for $500,000.

From Radar’s report:

Just as email-gate looked to be winding down, has exclusively learned a person claiming to be a computer specialist has come forward with the stunning news that 32,000 emails from HillaryClinton‘s private email account are up for sale. The price tag — a whopping $500,000!

It’s not clear whether the hacker is telling the truth or not (quite frankly, $500,000 doesn’t sound like a whole lot of money to me considering what the hacker claims to have), but the hacker did release subject lines he or she says is proof the e-mails are in the hacker’s possession. Further, the hacker claims there is incredibly damaging information in them.

Although time will tell whether there is any truth to this story or not, it does serve as proof as to why Clinton needs to be punished for being so careless (or corrupt) with these e-mails. The American people cannot stand for its top officials using personal e-mail accounts to conduct the public’s business precisely because something like this is absolutely possible.

h/t Drudge Report

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