There are no coincidences with the Clintons. There are only political moves upon political moves.
When a WOMAN Secret Service agent (foreign sounding last name, no photo available) left her Secret Service laptop and other property in her car Thursday night, it was stolen. It contained secret information about the Hillary Clinton email investigation and Trump Tower, among other things.
On the heels of that event, Hillary Clinton has declared that she’s rip-roaring ready to go high profile in our faces again.
Hillary Clinton spoke at the Society of Irish Women’s 19th Annual St Patrick’s Day dinner in Scranton, Pa., Friday and encouraged people not to let politics divide them.
“I do not believe that we can let political divides harden into personal divides,” Clinton said, according to reporters at the event. “We can’t just ignore or turn a cold shoulder because they disagree politically, we have to listen to each other and learn from each other.”
“I am ready to come out of the woods and to shine a light on what’s already happening around kitchen tables at dinners like this to help draw strength to enable everyone to keep going, that’s the spirit of Scranton,” she said.
The statement that she is ready to “come out of the woods” appears to allude with the viral posts of Clinton being spotted hiking in the woods near her Chappaqua, N.Y., home shortly after the election, which was also the subject of a “Saturday Night Live” skit.
It also suggests Clinton, who has remained relatively low-profile since the election, is ready to get back into the spotlight.
So, was the motivation of the laptop thief to access the Clinton information? Why steal the laptop? Just ask a mole inside the Secret Service, right?
Or was another motivation at work?
Let’s see what the woman SS agent carelessly lost:
Authorities are frantically searching for a Secret Service-issued laptop — containing floor plans for Trump Tower, information about the Hillary Clinton email investigation and other national security information — that was stolen from an agent’s car in Brooklyn, police sources told the Daily News Friday.
The computer was lifted Thursday morning and officials are trying to determine if Agent Marie Argentieri was targeted or if the robbery was random.
NYPD cops are assisting in the investigation, sources said.
“It’s a very big deal,” a police source said. “There’s data on there that’s highly sensitive. They’re scrambling like mad.”
Sources and neighbors said the thief stepped out of a dark-colored sedan, possibly an Uber, and darted into Argentieri’s Bath Beach driveway about 3 a.m.
He grabbed the computer, a backpack, and other goods and walked away, sources said.
The crook, dressed in black, didn’t get back in the car he arrived in. He was seen on surveillance video strolling away from the brick home wearing a backpack and holding a laptop, sources said.
Neighbor Mike Mignuolo, 73, believes, based on the video police showed him, that the suspect moved quickly and with a purpose.
“It showed somebody running to the car and running back out,” he said. “They knew what they were doing, absolutely. They knew what they were hitting.”
Other items stolen include “sensitive” documents, an access keycard, coins, a black zippered bag with the Secret Service insignia on it and lapel pins from various assignments — including ones involving President Trump, the Clinton campaign, the United Nations General Assembly and the Pope’s visit to New York, sources said.
An agency-issued radio was also taken, according to Politico.
The coins and bag were later found.
A Secret Service “employee was the victim of a criminal act in which our agency-issued laptop computer was stolen,” spokesman Shawn Holtzclaw said in a statement.
The information on the laptop cannot be remotely erased, sources said.
The agency said the device doesn’t contain classified information but could be used to access a server that does.
“Secret Service-issued laptops contain multiple layers of security, including full disk encryption and are not permitted to contain classified information,” Holtzclaw said. “An investigation is ongoing, and the Secret Service is withholding additional comment until the facts are gathered.”
Argentieri could not be reached for comment.
The agent told investigators the laptop contained floor plans for Trump Tower, evacuation protocols and information regarding the investigation of Clinton’s private email server, according to sources.
While nothing about the White House or foreign leaders is stored on the laptop, the information could compromise national security, she said.
After walking away, the suspect turned onto Cropsey Ave. and dumped the backpack in the snow outside a private home. Residents there had no comment.
A teacher from Poly Prep Country Day School, in neighboring Bay Ridge, found another bag containing papers on her front porch and she turned them over to school security.
Poly Prep’s head of security, a retired NYPD cop, determined they were Secret Service and notified Argentieri Friday morning, sources said.
There are only three possibilities:
1. The theft was random, with the intention of fencing stolen property.
2. The theft was not random, carried out with the intention of accessing the information on the Clinton investigation.
3. The theft was not random, carried out with the intention of collecting the plans for Trump Tower.
Of these three possibilities, the most likely is probably the first, especially if the careless SS agent lives in an area in which car break-ins are common.
Hillary Clinton, via Obama loose-lipped Obama appointees, probably already knows what the authorities have on her. The Clinton email investigation is dead. FBI Director James Comey killed it last year.
The plans for Trump Tower are on file with the city of New York. Those plans would be easy to come by. However, Secret Service guards, guard stations, schedules, etc. would be secret by definition.
The laptop could have been stolen from Argentieri, who presumably is assigned to Trump Tower, by a group intending to harm President Trump or his family members. Alternatively, the information on Trump Tower could be sold to assassination plotters.
If you don’t buy the random theft theory, it seems that the Trump Tower data, or other data that the government isn’t talking about, are the most likely impetus for the theft.
Hillary had already been coming out of the woods earlier.
One more thing. Let’s go deeper down the rabbit hole.
Let’s suppose that the laptop is bugged because it was a trap set up by President Trump to expose a corrupt Secret Service agent or other leftist Deep State actors.
This event comes on the heels of the Secret Service’s inept response to an intruder who climbed the fence around the White House last week. It seems rather obvious that there are those in the Secret Service who hate Trump and wouldn’t mind seeing him or his family harmed.
SS agent Argentieri? “You’re fired!”
UPDATE: THE GUARDIAN REPORTS THAT THE LAPTOP ALSO CONTAINED SENSITIVE FILES ON POPE FRANCIS.
Wow. This story just takes you down, down, down the rabbit hole, deeper and deeper.