If there are still 30,000 of Hillary’s emails still missing and the Russians have them, you may be wondering what is the strategic drop date for the historic nemesis of America. The writing is on the wall that the Russians most likely have those emails but it is in their best interest to release them only at the perfect time, in which the most damage can be done.
It’s hard to imagine this Hillary email scandal has gone on for so long but I wrote an article pertaining to this exact situation just over a year ago called “What Would You Do If You Were Hillary Clinton?” https://privacyliving.com/2015/07/31/what-would-you-do-if-you-were-hillary-clinton/ In that article I predicted the emails would be held to control her if she wins the presidency. Now that we have narrowed down the search of the foreign government holding the emails, we can begin to adjust our predictions based on what the Russians prefer.
The best bet for them is to monitor the American presidential race and only use the emails during the race if needed. It is my opinion that the Russians, while acting Pro-Trump, secretly want Clinton to win since these emails they are holding will give them some leverage in negotiations for anything they want. However, if Trump begins to pick up in the polls and it becomes very obvious that he will win by a landslide, the Russians will release the Clinton emails so they can pull favor with the “President Trump”.
One final angle you may be stumbling over is Julian Assange. Isn’t he supposedly the one holding the Clinton emails? Well, yes, but he will be answering to the Russians on this one. In fact, the Russians will be able to walk away with clean hands on this one no matter how it turns out. They will use someone else to look like the guy (or government) that hacked these emails. Either way, I think we are all curious what is actually in those messages.