Assange REVEALED What Podesta’s Email Password Was And….Wow…
When I was a kid, I had something that I thought was really awesome at the time that I thought kept my things secure in my locker at school that proves 14 year old me was more worried about security than John Podesta.
It was a combination lock that you could take the numbers in the combination apart and effectively create a new combination any time you wanted. I was the envy of everyone that got their stuff stolen. After demolishing Democrats’ claims that Russia hacked their email servers, Julian Assange went a step further and totally humiliated Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager.
The WikiLeaks founder revealed that John Podesta, a man in a position of considerable importance, was using the word “password” as his email password.
“…a 14-year-old kid could have hacked Podesta that way,” said Assange, totally debunking the notion that it required sophisticated Russian hacking to crack the Democrats’ deep, dark secrets.
What’s more, Assange showed that numerous cracked emails “show Podesta responding to a phishing email.” In other words, the man responsible for managing a woman who could have become president was fooled by a scheme not unlike those “Nigerian prince” scams.
And so was his staff.
“His own staff said this email that you’ve received, this is totally legitimate,” Assange said in his interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity.
As for Clinton herself, Assange said that during her time as secretary of state, she made “almost no attempt” to keep her emails secure.