Monday, November 7, 2016

My preliminary impressions: both Abedin and Weiner were used as the "unwitting" Russian (most likely) agents. | This looks like an obvious cheap Russian(?) fake. Who planted it and for what purposes? - Huma Abedin Admits in E-mail to Brother That She Is a Muslim Infiltrator? : snopes.com

Huma Abedin Review - 11.7.16

M.N.: This looks like an obvious cheap Russian(?) fake. Who planted it and for what purposes? 
The second article is a hodge-podge of irrelevant generalities with just one, more or less relevant paragraph: "Returning to Huma Abedin.   That she appears Western/secularized and married a Jew—that is, that she did everything that no good Muslim woman, especially one who spent her formative years being indoctrinated in the most radical form of Islam, to say nothing of her ties to Islamists—makes her appear more not less suspicious.  It looks like an intentional attempt to do precisely those things that would most convince her American audience that she has nothing to do with Islam and is just “another” American." This is an indication that it is also the planted propaganda piece, and most likely from the same ultimate source. 
The third , "Newsweek" article attempts to explain how the (650,000) emails ended up on Weiner-Abedin computer (backing up the Huma's mobile phone), which remains a questionable explanation. "... he had synched his wife’s cell phone to the laptop in 2013, transferring all of her data from the mobile device onto the computer. He did so to ensure her phone was backed up so that, if it were ever damaged, she would still have the data, according to a person connected to the case. However, that information has not been ultimately confirmed as the means by which the emails appeared on the laptop. “He may think he knows how it happened, and he may be right,’’ one person connected to the case said. “But no one has proven that to be the case yet.”

My preliminary impressions: both Abedin and Weiner were the "unwitting" Russian (most likely) agents, pretty much like Trump, in a very astute Mike Morell's definition and the use of this term. They probably were selected because of this "unwittingness", which made them the easy targets for use and manipulation. The long-term goal was specific: to target Hillary Clinton and to prevent her election as President. Apparently, the use of "unwitting agents", essentially, the fools, the "useful idiots" (this old term remains the most commonly used and probably the most descriptive), is their new, or, rather, renewed, revived, and reinvigorated tactic. As Gen. Hayden said, "I’d prefer another term drawn from the arcana of the Soviet era: polezni durak. That’s the useful fool, some naif, manipulated by Moscow, secretly held in contempt, but whose blind support is happily accepted and exploited."

This tactic is in line with their, particularly Putin's (and probably Surkov's) attitude and style (because Putin felt that this tactic is applied to him, that he is been humiliated, and he is very sensitive to this): to attempt to humiliate and to laugh at, while ostensibly maintaining the innocent posture: "It is not that we kill or maim them (like in good old days), anyway, we are Christians..." 

They view and use the others as puppets, which reflects their views of themselves. Surkov was trained as a theater director ("rezhissyor") and used to manage the puppet theater for children with his first wife. He views himself as a puppet (it was his favorite pastime: playing with dolls when he was a child himself, which occupied all his time), and others as puppets, with whom he can have fun and entertain and enjoy himself. This new type of "benign interventions, or special operations" is not so benign and might eventually include or lead to more serious actions and acts, like with Litvinenko and others, including murders, mass shootings, and killings of police officers, etc. They are really sick. For me, the puzzle appears to be somewhat, at least in a preliminary way, solved. 
I hope that the FBI and the "significant others" will try to open their widely shut eyes and start acknowledging and dealing with this problem. 

Just some, most recent examples. 
This story is the criminally arranged or manipulated metaphor: "the suspect, Todd Kohlhepp", looks very much like the FBI Director James Comey. (Mr. Comey, do not take this interpretation as my shot at you, not at all, I have tremendous respect for you and I like you, and all this recent hullabaloo did not change this attitude at all). 
The suspect's name, Todd Kohlhepp stands for: "Toward Call Help". His actions: killing women is a reference to reopening of emails investigation and symbolic  "killing" of two women: Hillary Clinton and Huma Abedin. 
The name of one of the victims, "Kala Brown", "who was chained inside a locked container", can be interpreted as"brown s**t": in Russian, "kalo, kal" means excrements, possibly a reference to Huma Abedin and her complexion, and also her perceived predicament. The last name of her boyfriend, "Charles Carver", is self-telling. 
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka: reference to "Ras - Rasta, Rastafarian Barak - Obama".
Jeremy Arrington: biblical Jeremiah + Russian "ori! - scream!": "Scream, Prophet Jeremiah!" 

Sgt. Paul Tuozzolo: In Russian: "Ti - osyol, o!": You are a donkey, a jackass - a reference to me, not to the late officer.

Emmanuel Kwo: Immanuel (Kant, Wallerstein, the author of world system theory - the possible reference to this blog), kwo or kwa - the imitation of the sound the ducks make ("you are a sitting duck, you just make these sounds..."): "kwa, kwa..." - also a reference to me.

Manuel Rosales: :"He has roses (guns) in his hands. 

Bronx Zoo: self-explanatory. 

DES MOINES, Iowa, Urbandale, 70th & Aurora,  Merle Hay & Sheridan: 
"You, monks (DES MOINES), I owe (Iowa), urban ale (Urbandale) for 1970-s (70th), and 1917 (Aurora); murder the hay (Merle Hay), share done(Sheridan). 

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I can cite the dozens of examples of such, and more telling criminal metaphors and interpretations of various accidents and incidents, during the last several years. 
It is very easy to dismiss these interpretations as "sick fantasies". I think, it is time to look into all of this.
Putin does this 'for fun", to entertain himself and others, his close circle, it releases his tension and his rage. 


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Huma Abedin Admits in E-mail to Brother That She Is a Muslim Infiltrator? : snopes.com

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Claim: An e-mail written by Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin to her brother reveals that she is a radical Muslim plant waiting to take over the country after Clinton is elected.
Example: [Collected via November 2016]
Just saw Facebook posts this morning claiming found emails of Huma Abedin apparently writing to her brother, Hassan. Content includes disparaging remarks about Hillary Clinton, her health, and implications of HRC being a puppet and that Huma is really "the one running things."
Origin:On 4 November 2016, an image macro containing the text of an email purportedly written by Hillary Clinton's longtime aide Huma Abedin to her brother Hassan began circulating via Facebook and Twitter:
huma-hoax-tweet<< On September 03, 2016 at 8:57 PM, <a href="mailto:humamabedin@yahoo.com">humamabedin@yahoo.com</a> wrote: Sorry for my late reply, Hassan, yes, let me tell you about Her. The woman is so odd, so starved for validation, so tormented and vain it is a constant surprise to me anyone takes her seriously. Everyone on the team knows how unwell she is but they're more determined than ever to see her win. This woman has a dozen seizures a day. This godless shrieking malcontent passed out in her medical van. This walking cadaver. She's nonfunctional, Hassan, nobody cares. We sober her up for speeches and indulge the press corps with cheap sentiment. The first female president. The last glass ceiling, etc. They trip over themselves lining up behind her. Surely they know it's not Her they're getting, it's the one in the corner, the quiet helper, your sister Huma. You asked me once how I did it. How did I take the castle? Hassan, I didn't take it, they gave it to me. Yes, there was a cost, I will admit, subjecting myself to men like AW and WJC is mortal torture. But I do it gladly, brother, everything they ask of me, however sick and depraved, I do it and I smile, rejoicing at the thought of whose glory I serve. >> 
The premise, in case it isn't obvious, is that this is a private message intended for her brother's eyes only, in which Huma Abedin, a Muslim from birth, supposedly confesses her true, secret reason for being in America and working for Hillary Clinton — to "take the castle," i.e., to infiltrate and take over the U.S. government on behalf of Islam once Clinton is elected.
The conspiracy theory dovetails with ongoing efforts by partisan rumor-mongers to convince the public that Abedin, who is American-born and has been Clinton's closest aide for most of 20 years, has allegiances to radical Islam.
Pardon us if we scoff.
There's no evidence that this message, allegedly written on 3 September 2016, existed at all prior to 4 November 2016, which is when people began sharing it via social media. No source has been cited. The text cannot be found via searches of the WikiLeaks, DNCLeaks, or Judicial Watch document archives. Despite its potentially earth-shattering content, the e-mail has not been covered or discussed by any legitimate news agencies.
Indeed, we find it implausible that after 20 years of (supposedly) keeping her subversive mission a secret while working undercover as Hillary Clinton's assistant, Abedin would commit the stupid indiscretion of speaking openly of the conspiracy in an e-mail to a family member, and all the more implausible that she would do so via her personal e-mail account — <a href="mailto:humamabedin@yahoo.com">humamabedin@yahoo.com</a> — which, since 2015, had been subject to public scrutiny because of the FBI's investigation into Clinton State Dept. e-mail irregularities. We found an online source that sent a test message to Abedin's personal address during or before the first week of September 2016 — which was when she supposedly sent the incriminating e-mail to her brother — and reported that the message was returned as undeliverable, indicating that her account was no longer active.
Originally published: 06 November 2016
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Huma Abedin’s Troubling Saudi Upbringing

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Raymond Ibrahim is a Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center.
Allegations concerning Huma Abedin’s connections to Islamist groups and actors devoted to taking down America through a subversive jihad is no secret.  But for those in the know about Islam, its goals and methods—and especially the power of indoctrination—her life story is more than enough for concern.
Born in the U.S., Huma moved to Saudi Arabia (SA) at the age of two.  There, she likely spent her formative years being indoctrinated in the same Islam that ISIS—SA’s brainchild—upholds.
Just like ISIS, SA teaches: hate and enmity for all non-Muslims; destruction of churches and all non-Muslim places of worship; fatal consequences for apostates and blasphemers; and, most importantly, the supreme merits of engaging in jihad, which is not limited to armed warfare, as the apologists often remind us, but literally consists of “striving”—or for our purposes, subverting—on behalf of Islam.
Such is the atmosphere and indoctrination that Abedin experienced growing up in SA; this was further supplemented at home by her mother, Saleha Abedin, a leading female activist of Islamic law and author of a book supporting female genital mutilation, death for apostates, and the participation of females in jihad.   After 16 years of such indoctrination, Huma removed the hijab and returned to the U.S. at age 18.  Two years later she was Hillary Clinton’s intern—and on her way to becoming, as Clinton later put it, a “second daughter” to her.
To many, Huma’s troubling background is irrelevant.  After all, she doesn’t wear a veil, scarf, or hijab—as all women (including her mother) in SA—and certainly appears secular and fashionable, definitely Western.  Moreover, in direct contradiction to a Sharia stipulation that, when broken, often leads to murderous responses in the Muslim world, she, a Muslim woman, married a non-Muslim man, Anthony Weiner.
So how much, really, could she have been influenced by the Wahhabi/ISIS education and upbringing that all Saudi children are exposed to?  Besides, why not believe that the moment she left SA, she was only too happy to forget all that Islam stuff and revel in her newfound American freedom?   This notion, no doubt popular, is itself a reflection of the power of indoctrination—in this case, the power of secular and liberal indoctrination on the minds of many in the West who are convinced that the entire world is destined to and desirous of becoming “just like us.”
Aside from overlooking the power of Islamic indoctrination—which causes some people to become “martyrs” by killing themselves and others—these questions and observations overlook another Islamic teaching:  Muslims are encouraged to deny their Islam—or in the context of the modern West, merely pretend to be “moderate Muslims”—if by so doing they can help empower Islam over infidels.
As usual, this sort of trickery goes right back to Muhammad himself.  Here are two examples, both from Muslim chroniclers widely taught in Saudi Arabia:
The Assassination of Ka‘b ibn Ashraf
After an elderly Jewish tribal chieftain, Ka‘b ibn Ashraf, mocked Muhammad, the prophet exclaimed, “Who will kill this man who has hurt Allah and his messenger?” A young Muslim named Ibn Maslama volunteered on condition that to get close enough to Ka‘b to murder him, he needed permission from Muhammad to lie to the Jew.  Allah’s messenger agreed. Ibn Maslama traveled to Ka‘b and began complaining about Muhammad and saying that he had left Islam.   He carried on in this way until his disaffection from Islam led Ka‘b to drop his guard, befriend him, and eventually invite him into his house—at which point the mask came off, Ibn Maslama slaughtered Ka ‘b, and brought his head to Muhammad to the usual triumphant cries of “Allahu Akbar!”
The Disbanding of the Confederates
During the Battle of the Trench (627), which pitted the Muslims against the Arabian polytheists, one of the latter, Naim bin Mas‘ud, secretly went to Muhammad and converted to Islam. The prophet asked him to return to his tribesmen and allies—without revealing that he had joined the Muslim camp—and try to get them to abandon the siege.  “For,” Muhammad assured him, “war is deceit.”  Mas‘ud returned, pretending to be loyal to his former kinsmen and allies, and began giving them bad advice. He also subtly instigated quarrels between the various tribes until, no longer trusting each other, they disbanded.  Mas‘ud became a hero in Islamic tradition.  He is often seen as being responsible for helping an embryonic Islam grow at a time when its existence was threatened.  One English language Muslim site even recommends his actions as illustrative of how Muslims can subvert non-Muslims.
Anecdotes of modern day Islamic clerics encouraging fellow Muslims to behave like non-Muslims when advantageous are in fact a dime a dozen.  The other day I watched an Arabic language video of a sheikh from Al Azhar—arguably the world’s leading, and supposedly “moderate,” institution of Islamic learning—giving the traditional exegesis of Koran 3:28, which reads: “Let believers not take for friends and allies infidels rather than believers: whoever does this shall have no relationship left with Allah—unless you but guard yourselves against them, taking precautions.”
After explaining that this verse means Muslims are forbidden from aiding non-Muslims against Islam—here again is another problem concerning Muslims working in the U.S. government—he said that “unless you but guard yourselves against them, taking precautions” means that Muslims under non-Muslim authority may deceive the latter by behaving like them, while keeping their Islam internally. By way of example, he said that if Muslims are under Christian authority, they have “license” to publicly hang, wear, and even pray to the cross—which is saying much if you understand Islam’s virulent hatred for the crucifix.
Nor is the issue of Muslims pretending to be non-Muslims to deceive and subvert infidels limited to historical texts and sermons from sheikhs.  One recent example from Turkey: in order to get close enough to a Christian pastor to assassinate him, a group of Christian-hating Muslims—including three very “secular” looking women—feigned interest in Christianity and attended his church, where they prayed and made the sign of the cross.   In the words of the pastor who eluded the assassination attempt: “These people had infiltrated our church and collected information about me, my family and the church and were preparing an attack against us.  Two of them attended our church for over a year and they were like family.”
Returning to Huma Abedin.   That she appears Western/secularized and married a Jew—that is, that she did everything that no good Muslim woman, especially one who spent her formative years being indoctrinated in the most radical form of Islam, to say nothing of her ties to Islamists—makes her appear more not less suspicious.  It looks like an intentional attempt to do precisely those things that would most convince her American audience that she has nothing to do with Islam and is just “another” American.
But if some Muslims are willing to go to such lengths as attending churches and baptisms and becoming “like family” to those infidels they seek to slaughter, as in the above anecdote from Turkey, one wonders: what are other Muslims willing to do to take down the Great Infidel, America?  Could they not, perhaps, seek to endear themselves as a “second daughter” to a top politician and potentially the next president of the U.S?
Should this prove to be the case, then Saudi Arabia’s multifaceted jihad on America continues.  If it first reached the general public’s awareness on 9/11 with the ugly and violent al-Qaeda, it may well be continuing with the comely and docile Huma.
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Here's What the FBI Found in the Emails on Anthony Weiner's Laptop

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The Federal Bureau of Investigation determined that almost every email discovered in a laptop used primarily by the husband of an aide to Hillary Clinton was a duplicate of previously produced documents or personal emails, a person close to the case told Newsweek. As a result, FBI Director James Comey sent a letter to Congress Sunday saying the new emails have not changed the bureau’s earlier decision that no crime occurred with Clinton’s use of a private server while she was secretary of state.
Less than two weeks ago, Comey set the election on its head when he informed Congress that his agents had located emails that “appear to be pertinent” to the Clinton investigation. At that point, the FBI did not have a warrant to review the emails, nor had they sought permission from the owners of the laptop to search it. In fact, people involved in the case said, the FBI never asked either the Clinton aide, Huma Abedin, or her husband, former Congressman Anthony Weiner, if they would voluntarily allow for such a search.  
Longtime Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin, right, and her estranged husband, Anthony Weiner, in 2013. Reuters
The night of the disclosure, Newsweek reported that the emails were from as many as three accounts—one through Yahoo, one on the domain <a href="http://clintonemail.com" rel="nofollow">clintonemail.com</a>, and one from an account Abedin used in support of one of Weiner’s campaigns for office. Last week, Newsweek learned that that account was through Gmail. In other words, Abedin’s personal account provided by the State Department for non-classified emails was not involved. Abedin, who did not know Clinton used a private server for her emails, told the bureau in an April interview that she used the account on the <a href="http://clintonemail.com" rel="nofollow">clintonemail.com</a> domain only for issues related to the secretary’s personal affairs, such as communicating with her friends. For work-related records, Abedin primarily used the email account provided to her by the State Department.
From the information obtained that first day by Newsweek, it was already clear that, because of the accounts involved, almost all of the documents were going to be duplicates or personal emails. In other words, from the opening moments of this inquiry, there were people in government who already knew what the outcome of this new FBI effort would be, yet it took the bureau another nine days to confirm those details.
Here is where the emails came from. Because Clinton preferred to read documents on paper rather than on a screen, emails and other files were often printed out and provided to her either at her office or home, where they were delivered in a diplomatic pouch by a security agent. Abedin informed the FBI in April that, like many State Department officials, she found the government network technology cumbersome, and she had great trouble printing documents there, investigative records show. As a result, she sometimes transferred emails from her unclassified State Department account to either her Yahoo account or her account on Clinton’s server, and printed the emails from there. A person close to the case said she does not appear to have ever forwarded emails to her Gmail account for printing.
Abedin would use this procedure for printing documents when she received emails she believed Clinton needed to see and when the secretary forwarded emails to her for printing. Abedin told the FBI she would often print these emails without reading them. Abedin printed a large number of emails this way, in part because, investigative records show, other staff members considered her Clinton’s “gatekeeper” and often sent Abedin electronic communications they wanted the secretary to see. The evening of Comey’s announcement, a government official told Newsweek that this procedure for printing documents appeared to be how the emails ended up on the laptop shared by Abedin and her husband.
U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks at a campaign rally in Cleveland, Ohio, November 6. Brian Snyder/Reuters
Since then, additional details were developed as to the specifics of how the information appeared on the laptop. Weiner, who is currently in a rehabilitation program for people suffering with sexually related addictions, told people connected to the case that he had synched his wife’s cell phone to the laptop in 2013, transferring all of her data from the mobile device onto the computer. He did so to ensure her phone was backed up so that, if it were ever damaged, she would still have the data, according to a person connected to the case. However, that information has not been ultimately confirmed as the means by which the emails appeared on the laptop. “He may think he knows how it happened, and he may be right,’’ one person connected to the case said. “But no one has proven that to be the case yet.”
The laptop was obtained by the FBI about a week before Comey’s announcement during an unrelated inquiry regarding an allegation that Weiner sent illicit, sexual text messages to an underage girl in North Carolina. Those agents found information indicating that the emails potentially related to the Clinton case on the laptop and briefed Comey about it late on Thursday, October 27. The next day, with no further information, Comey sent his letter announcing the development to Congress.
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'He's got to get control of the ship again': How tensions at the FBI will persist after the election - Washington Post

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'He's got to get control of the ship again': How tensions at the FBI will persist after the election
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Deep divisions inside the FBI and the Justice Department over how to handle investigations dealing with Hillary Clinton will probably fester even after Tuesday's presidential election and pose a significant test for James B. Comey's leadership of the ...

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Clinton considered turning to Weiner for help with a problem - Chicago Daily Herald

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Clinton considered turning to Weiner for help with a problem
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Clinton and Abedin wrote to each other using private email addresses outside the State Department's system, a practice that has roiled the Democratic nominee's campaign for the presidency. Clinton has apologized for using a private email account ...

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What Clintonworld Thinks About the Latest Abedin-Weiner Scandal - Vanity Fair

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What Clintonworld Thinks About the Latest Abedin-Weiner Scandal
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Huma Abedin attacked for her heritage - New York Post

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Following Several Days Away From Clinton Campaign, Huma Abedin Set to Host DC Fashion Fundraiser - Independent Journal Review

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Following Several Days Away From Clinton Campaign, Huma Abedin Set to Host DC Fashion Fundraiser
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When Vogue magazine editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, along with fashion designer Diane Von Furstenberg, agreed to be the VIP attendees at a pricey Hillary Clinton fundraiser in Washington, D.C., hosted by Huma Abedin, they likely didn't think the event ...
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New email discovery raises question: Why didn't Abedin know? - Online Athens

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New email discovery raises question: Why didn't Abedin know?
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WASHINGTON | The discovery of another cache of emails potentially important to the FBI's investigation of Hillary Clinton's email practices raises an immediate question: How could close Clinton adviser Huma Abedin have been unaware of their existence?

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A pro-Trump group is attacking Huma Abedin for her 'Pakistani ... - Business Insider

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Herridge: Abedin Told FBI She Notified WH Every Time Clinton Changed Emails - Fox News Insider

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Herridge: Abedin Told FBI She Notified WH Every Time Clinton Changed Emails
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New developments in the FBI probes of former New York Rep. Anthony Weiner's computer and Hillary Clinton's alleged mishandling of classified information may land Clinton aide Huma Abedinin legal jeopardy, Catherine Herridge reported. Herridge told ...

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New Trump ad uses Weiner, Abedin to hit Clinton on FBI investigation - USA TODAY

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New Trump ad uses Weiner, Abedin to hit Clinton on FBI investigation
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Donald Trump just went there. In a new TV ad titled “Unfit,” Trump attempts to undercut Hillary Clinton's credibility by associating her with disgraced congressman Anthony Weiner. The ad centers around the newly announced FBI investigation of emails ... 

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Abedin complained 'my email is acting up' in deleted message - Washington Examiner (blog)

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Abedin complained 'my email is acting up' in deleted message
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Huma Abedin, embattled former deputy chief of staff to Hillary Clinton, complained that her "clintonemail.com" account was malfunctioning in Aug. 2010. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik). Abedincomplained 'my email is acting up' in deleted message. By Sarah ...

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Would Huma Abedin Have A Job In Clinton's Administration? She's Worked With Her For Years - Romper

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Would Huma Abedin Have A Job In Clinton's Administration? She's Worked With Her For Years
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'Get Huma the hell out of there': Clinton aides' response to Weiner scandal - New York Post

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'Get Huma the hell out of there': Clinton aides' response to Weiner scandal
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Clinton Campaign Charges $5K for Photo With Huma Abedin - Washington Free Beacon

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Clinton Campaign Charges $5K for Photo With Huma Abedin
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FBI reportedly found new Huma Abedin emails on Anthony Weiner laptop - The Week Magazine

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FBI reportedly found new Huma Abedin emails on Anthony Weiner laptop
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FBI officials have been searching through Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin'semails "under the tightest secrecy by a team at Federal Bureau of Investigations headquarters in Washington," Reuters reported late Thursday, citing law enforcement sources.

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Why we shouldn't blame Huma Abedin for not leaving her husband sooner - Washington Post

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Why we shouldn't blame Huma Abedin for not leaving her husband sooner
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In leaked emails, Clinton staff worry, joke about Huma Abedin's marriage to Anthony Weiner - Jerusalem Post Israel News

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In leaked emails, Clinton staff worry, joke about Huma Abedin's marriage to Anthony Weiner
Jerusalem Post Israel News
“Time to get in the haz mat suits,” Jennifer Palmieri, who is now the Clinton campaign's communications director, wrote to John Podesta, the chairman of the 2016 Hillary Clinton presidential campaign, and to Clinton associate Neera Tanden about Abedin.
'Sad' Abedin Spotted at DC Train StationNewsmax
'Get Huma the hell out of there': Clinton aides' response to Weiner scandalNew York Post
More Indian Americans Rally Behind Huma Abedin in Face of Hindu Republican Coalition AttackIndia West
Accuracy In Media (blog) -Economic Times
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Hillary Clinton Conspiracy Theory: Huma Abedin Linked To Terrorism In Viral Video Debunked By Fact Checkers - International Business Times

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Hillary Clinton Conspiracy Theory: Huma Abedin Linked To Terrorism In Viral Video Debunked By Fact Checkers
International Business Times
A vote for Hillary Clinton for president would also be a vote for the Muslim Brotherhood, Saudi Arabia, Al-Qaeda and the complete destruction of the United States of America, a propaganda video circulating around conservative websites claims. The group ...
Susan Estrich: Abedin's Emails Pale in XomparisonNoozhawk 


Huma Abedin's FelonyAmerican Thinker
Huma Abedin attacked for her heritage
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Abedin Not Talking To The Media, But Reportedly Saying Plenty To Authorities - Western Journalism

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Abedin Not Talking To The Media, But Reportedly Saying Plenty To Authorities
Western Journalism
Huma Abedin didn't have much to say Thursday when she met the media for the first time since the Clinton campaign shed her presence in the wake of the revelations that 650,000 emails related to Hillary Clinton's email scandal were found on the computer ...

Huma Abedin stars in Clinton campaign documentaryThe Hill (blog)
Emails on Abedin Computer Are Not DuplicatesCosumnes Connection (subscription)

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Woe to Huma Abedin - State-Journal.com

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Woe to Huma Abedin
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Huma Abedin has served Secretary Hillary Clinton loyally for her entire adult life. As far as I can tell, she has made one major mistake — a mistake that she shares in common with half the population (and which we can't say too much about, since it ...
'Sad' Abedin Spotted at DC Train StationNewsmax
5 Things You NEED TO KNOW About Huma AbedinMRCTV (blog)
DVF and Anna Wintour Join Huma Abedin for Hillary Clinton Fundraiser in D.C.Footwear News
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Huma Abedin stars in Clinton campaign documentary - The Hill (blog)

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Huma Abedin stars in Clinton campaign documentary
The Hill (blog)
Abedin exclaims to other aides aboard the campaign plane with Clinton as the video cuts to footage of the network making the call before the aides erupt into cheers. The aide also appears in the video accompanying Clinton as the candidate took the ...

Huma Abedin features in Clinton Campaign documentary - The HinduThe Hindu

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Despite countless scandals, Huma Abedin remains a mystery - New York Post

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Despite countless scandals, Huma Abedin remains a mystery
New York Post
Not much is known about Abedin's life before Clinton Inc. She was born in 
1976 in Kalamazoo, Mich., to an Indian father, Syed, and a Pakistani mother, Saleha. Both were academics and devout Muslims. When Huma was 2, the family moved to Saudi Arabia, ... 

The FBI Found Nothing New in Huma Abedin's EmailsEsquire.com
Hillary Clinton emails: FBI says nothing new on Huma Abedin laptopWashington Times
Huma Abedin features in Clinton Campaign documentaryTimes of India
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Clinton Campaign Found Huma Abedin's Marriage To Anthony Weiner A Laugh Riot - Forbes

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Clinton Campaign Found Huma Abedin's Marriage To Anthony Weiner A Laugh Riot
Forbes
But then, shortly before the election, the FBI discovered hundreds of thousands of emails, some of which might be pertinent to that investigation, on a laptop shared by top Clinton aide Huma Abedin and her now estranged husband Anthony Weiner, the ...


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News & Politics - Esquire.com

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News & Politics
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The emails in question, it was later revealed, belonged to longtime Clinton aide Huma Abedin, wife of disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner, himself under FBI investigation for sending lewd text messages to a minor. The emails were found on a ...

Here's What the FBI Found in the Emails on Anthony Weiner's Laptop - Newsweek

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Here's What the FBI Found in the Emails on Anthony Weiner's Laptop
Newsweek
The night of the disclosure, Newsweek reported that the emails were from as many as three accounts—one through Yahoo, one on the domain clintonemail.com, and one from an account Abedin used in support of one of Weiner's campaigns for office.
Emails on Abedin Computer Are Not DuplicatesCosumnes Connection (subscription)

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Hillary Clinton emails: FBI says nothing new on Huma Abedin laptop - Washington Times

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Hillary Clinton emails: FBI says nothing new on Huma Abedin laptop
Washington Times
The FBI cleared Hillary Clinton for a second time Sunday, saying it hasn't found anything in the latest emails obtained from Huma Abedin's laptop to change the findings from this summer that the former secretary of state was reckless with classified ...


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Huma Abedin Admits in E-mail to Brother That She Is a Muslim Infiltrator? - snopes.com

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Huma Abedin Admits in E-mail to Brother That She Is a Muslim Infiltrator?
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Just saw Facebook posts this morning claiming found emails of Huma Abedin apparently writing to her brother, Hassan. Content includes disparaging remarks about Hillary Clinton, her health, and implications of HRC being a puppet and that Huma is really ...
Clinton and Abedin are Parts of Long-Term US Policy to Back ExtremistsSputnik International

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Huma Abedin's Troubling Saudi Upbringing - FrontPage Magazine

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Huma Abedin's Troubling Saudi Upbringing
FrontPage Magazine
Allegations concerning Huma Abedin's connections to Islamist groups and actors devoted to taking down America through a subversive jihad is no secret. But for those in the know about Islam, its goals and methods—and especially the power of ...

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Donald Trump Promises FBI Agents Will Keep After Hillary Clinton Even If James Comey Won't - Huffington Post

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Donald Trump Promises FBI Agents Will Keep After Hillary Clinton Even If James Comey Won't
Huffington Post
Donald Trump on Sunday promised supporters that “rank-and-file” FBI agents would continue their investigation of his Democratic opponent, even as the agency's chief announced the case was closed. FBI Director James Comey shook up the presidential ...
Trump rejects FBI's email conclusionPolitico
Trump
 Questions Thoroughness of FBI Review of Clinton EmailsNBCNews.com
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