Frank Calzon asks, Have the Cubans Broken into Hillary Clinton’s E-Mail?
“. . . on October 14, the White House announced a new policy directive on Cuba: The Office of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) will support broader United States government efforts to normalize relations with Cuba, with Intelligence Community elements working to find opportunities for engagement on areas of common interest through which we could exchange information on mutual threats with Cuban counterparts.”
That demands an answer from the president or Ben Rhodes, deputy national security adviser for strategic communications, to the questions: Is Cuba one of the five nations given a “99 percent chance”? And did Cuba access Clinton’s e-mails? (Rhodes has been leading the continuing secret negotiations with Cuba’s Colonel Alejandro Castro Espín, son of Cuba’s president, Raul Castro, regarding the continuing rapprochement between the two nations.)
To answer Calzon’s question, $5 says not just yes, but hell, yes.
Or, as Capt. Louis put it,