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Obama Destroying Records in Cyber Bonfire

by on October 3, 2012

http://www.wnd.com/2012/10/obama-destroying-records-in-cyber-bonfire/

In his new book, “The Liberal War on Transparency,” Horner details how multiple officials, including former Deputy White House Chief of Staff Jim Messina, conducted business on private email accounts so those communications would never end up on the public record.  Horner said those emails were deleted, despite federal law demanding that all government business be preserved and done through official means of communication.  He warned that this is just the tip of the iceberg.

“I’ve got an affidavit, which I reveal in the book for the first time, from an official in the government acknowledging that they’ve got essentially a cyber bonfire going on at all times in the administration,” said Horner, who said the “bonfire” is tasked with “destroying records, using nongovernmental computers to access governmental servers.”

He explained, “They’ve got this system rigged whereby that destroys all traces of the record on the government system, and because they’re using a private computer very deliberately there’s no government computer you can then find the trace of the record on.  If they did what they were supposed to do, you would leave these electronic footprints everywhere.  It’s a very organized government-wide systemic effort to avoid leaving any trails.  The problem is, that’s against the law.”

One Comment
  1. Nothing can completely be erased. We’ve got to vote the bums out, then let the real patriots investigate Obama admin wrongdoing…

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