Organization and Communication Structure of the Swamp Revealed

Even a criminal network such as the one we see in the swamp has an organizational and communication structure. We need all White Hats to pay attention to this intel and act accordingly. This is the center hub of their activity – the den of the devil, so to speak.

Ordinary citizens will not know what to do with this information. But patriots inside the White House will. Make sure to push this info to the top of your influence channel. It will get where it needs to go if everyone pushes it “up” through their channels.



Listen to Douglas Gabriel and Micheal McKibben first to explain the critical situation. Then read the intel gathered below.
Will Canada and the Queen have the last laugh?
Hillary Controls the FBI…literally


Federal Public Key Infrastructure. (Accessed Sep. 05, 2018). Federal Common Policy.

Federal Public Key Infrastructure | Federal Common Policy:

Welcome to the Federal Public Key Infrastructure (FPKI) guides! In these guides, you will find information about the Federal Public Key Infrastructure including commonly used links, tools, tips, and information for leveraging the Federal PKI.

Look at 5:00 on this chart

Make sure to check out this interactive chart at:

Note how the State of Illinois has its own bullet at 4:00

… as does the Patent Office (SERCO) at 5:00

MSO = Military Satellite Office




Verizon controls our Vets

Symantec controls our infrastructure

TREASURY controls our Vets, NASA, DHS

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Federal Bridge Certificate Authority is the Technical Platform for Senior Executive Service aka ‘Deep State’



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How They Plan to Control Everything


Is this just like Carbon Credits? Digit Credits?

The more often queries are made to your Certificate Authority list, the more you pay.

It’s a two-fer:

  1. Fund co-conspirators in perpetuity

  2. Mass surveillance

Here’s how Entrust and all the rest of the Federal Policy Group “Certificate Authorities (CA)” make money.

Curiously, taking fees from the fellow enterprise Swamp rats = money laundering!!!

Taking fees from sublicensers = behavior adjustment to maintain full compliance with the protection racket schema

Prospectus Form 424B1. (Aug. 18, 1998). Entrust Technologies, Inc., formerly Entrust Technologies, Inc. SEC Edgar/NASDAQ.



ENTRUST bought Geneva, Switzerland firm in 1998, right before going public:

ENTRUST SECURITIES FRAUD REVEALED (Hale & Dorr – Wilmer Hale, Goldman Sachs, Delloitte): r/3 was owned by the German behemoth SAP (evidently a rogue C.I.A. front – not disclosed to investors); this is a material nondisclosure since r/3 was built (and essentially controlled) by SAP. The 1995 Network World article revealed that IBM & SAP had teamed up in 1994. Hmmmm. Highlands Group (On Jul. 01, 1994, President Bill Clinton wrote “A National Security Strategy of Engagement and Enlargement.”)

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Prospectus Form 424B1. (Aug. 18, 1998). Entrust Technologies, Inc., formerly Entrust Technologies, Inc. SEC Edgar/NASDAQ.

However, there was no disclosure that r3 was an SAP company, a competitor to IBM’s security products:

Michael Cooney. (Feb. 27, 1995). Big Blue plays host to UNIX [SAP R/3 collaboration – purchased by Entrust Technologies Limited (Canada) in 1998]. Network World.

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SAP, Michael Bechauf, was an early member of the IBM Eclipse Foundation on Dec.  04, 2002

Rainer Ehre, Malte Kaufmann. (Oct. 11, 2007). The SAP Eclipse [Foundation] Story. Eclipse Summit.

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We continue to add posts below as we research this critical network that the enemy has been using to overthrow and destroy America. Check this page often for updates.

Entrust, Inc. went public Aug. 18, 1998; Canadians maintained control; Entrust controls the access to critical U.S. infrastructure, thus represents foreign influence:

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On Aug. 08, 1998, Wilmer Hale (formerly Hale and Dorr) took Entrust public (digital keys); lead attorney was John A. Burgess, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations

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On Dec. 11, 1998, Wilmer Hale filed Richard C. Walker’s Internet of Things patent

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On Oct. 14, 1998, the predecessor to SERCO USA (SI International was created by Lockheed executives)

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John Burgess pictured

Mr. Burgess is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, an adjunct professor of international law at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University and a life member of the United States Naval Institute.

At Aug. 18, 1998 public offering



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Robert S. Morris[edit]

Robert S. Morris is an American private equity business executive who is the founder and Managing Partner of Olympus Partners. Prior to founding Olympus in 1988, he worked in various executive positions for General Electric in manufacturing, financial services, and for GE’s Pension Fund.

Entrust, Inc. was bought out by Thoma Bravo private equity on ca. July 28, 2009

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Thoma Bravo, LLC (owner of Entrust, Inc.) – a private equity company — manages key elements of the U.S. Digital Key infrastructure. This is the definition of insider trading!

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Australian Defence – US DoD

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Alexion Pharmaceuticals manages its own PKI Federal Bridge keys!



Carillon Federal Services


Manages Boeing PKI.

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Northrop Grumman manages its own keys; associated with CertiPath Bridge

Acquired by Crawley Hatfield Capital, a subsidiary of Crawley Ventures, (

Owns Collective Intellect
Collective Intellect (“CI”) is a social media analytics company. CI helps businesses track, understand and use social media.

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Office of Management and Budget Policy



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Conclave member Jim writes:

I pay an annual fee to GoDaddy for SSL encryption from endpoint to endpoint. This is really extortion. If encryption was free and open, with the public/private keys available for each user, there would be no need for the current infrastructure to exist. Trust would be moved to each individual’s business contracts. As a software provider, I would deliver an ‘encryption key’ to each of my customers. We would share it. If the ‘trust’ was breached, it would be my responsibility and liability, as part of my contract with each customer.

This would be far safer than the current ‘Obomination’. It would be far safer, because it would be ‘distributed’ peer-to-peer in a decentralized manner. If I felt that ‘trust’ has been breached, I would simply issue a new ‘set of keys’. In fact, I would do this periodically as part of the software as a service. GoDaddy or any other hosting service, would have no responsibility. This type of topology would destroy the globalist revenue stream instantly.


Entrust showed that PKI can shut anyone down at any time.

“Digital certificates thus function as electronic passports.”

Are you one of the Swamp’s “authenticated” citizens?

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Prospectus Form 424B1. (Aug. 18, 1998). Entrust Technologies, Inc., formerly Entrust Technologies, Inc. SEC Edgar/NASDAQ.


ENTRUST managed PKI certification for the planet in conspiracy with the Senior Executive Service (SES) under instructions from IBM/SAP (r/3 Suite, Zurich)


This Aug. 18, 1998 ENTRUST prospectus occurred just 15 months before Clinton, Summers and Sandberg abolished Glass-Steagall (Nov. 12, 1999) banking controls on Citibank/Citigroup. Agilent (HP) (Nov. 17, 1999). went public a few days media chart.JPG

Prospectus Form 424B1. (Aug. 18, 1998). Entrust Technologies, Inc., formerly Entrust Technologies, Inc. SEC Edgar/NASDAQ.


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Thoma Bravo lead on the ENTRUST buyout was Robert Sayle. He serves on the Board of another of the CA’s DigiCert & McAfee.

Move on, nothing to see here.

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ENTRUST 10-K, 2009-03-11

“The U.S. and Canadian Federal Governments account for a significant percentage of our revenues”

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F. William Conner,age 49, has served as Entrust’s President and Chief Executive Officer since April 2001 and as Chairman of the Board from October 1998 to May 2000 and from January 2002 to November 2008. He has been on the board of directors since July 1997. He has been credited with leading the corporate turnaround of Entrust. He has been highlighted in such publications as The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post and the Financial Times as a knowledge leader in the fight against cyber crime and identity theft. Mr. Conner has been a leader in the effort to elevate information security to a corporate governance issue and fashion a public-private partnership to protect America’s critical infrastructure. He launched and co-chaired the Business Software Alliance Information Security Governance Task Force, which released a security management framework in April 2003. He also co-chaired the National Cyber Security Partnership’s Corporate Governance Task Force, which released its information security governance framework in April 2004. He has been recognized as one of the Federal Computer Week’s Federal 100—the top executives from government, industry and academia who had the greatest impact on the government information systems community in 2003. In 2003, Mr. Conner received the Corporate CEO Award as part of the annual Tech Titans Award program.

From November 1999 to April 2001, Mr. Conner served as President, Enterprise Networks and eBusiness Solutions of Nortel Networks, a global Internet and communications company, where he led the turnaround of the Enterprise business while redefining and delivering ebusiness applications. From September 1998 to October 1999, he served as the first Chief Marketing Officer of Nortel Networks, leading the effort to reposition the company as a global leader in building the high-performance Internet and was recognized as “Marketer of the Year” in High Tech. From 1992 to September 1998, Mr. Conner held a number of key executive leadership positions at Nortel Networks, including President of its first data business, that lead to the acquisition of Bay Networks, Executive Vice President of Nortel Networks’ Enterprise Networks Business and a variety of other key leadership positions in sales and marketing.

Mr. Conner previously served on the boards of Travelocity, Williams Communications, Joint Forces Advisory Board, Southern Methodist University Tate Board, Dallas Symphony Executive Board and the Metroplex Technology Business Council.

Mr. Conner graduated from Princeton University with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering. He also earned a master’s degree in business administration from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

David Wagnerage 44, has been our Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer since April 2003. He joined Entrust in 1996 as Controller when he helped guide Entrust through a private placement and on to becoming a public entity. His broad experience at Entrust includes significant involvement in all of the organization’s public offerings and cross-functional responsibilities both in finance and operations. Prior to his appointment as Chief Financial Officer he served as Entrust’s Vice President, Controller & Treasurer since 1999. Prior to joining Entrust, he held various finance and accounting positions at Nortel Networks from 1991 through 1995 and at Raytheon Systems from 1982 to 1991. Mr. Wagner is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University where he received an undergraduate degree in accounting and a masters of business administration.

Kevin Simzerage 42, has been our Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer since June 2003. He has more than 22 years of experience in high technology, has held a variety of roles with the organization since joining in 1995 and is currently responsible for all aspects of research and development, product management, technical support, training, marketing and business development for Entrust globally. Kevin is also responsible for the Certificate Services SSL and Managed Services PKI businesses. Prior to taking on the role of senior vice president, he was the vice president of research and development at Entrust.

Mr. Simzer’s professional life has been distinguished by a number of industry firsts, as well as innovative research and development. His career began at Bell Northern Research, Nortel’s research and development arm, working on product development for large-scale switching and data systems. Key projects included the world’s first telephone switching system supporting Integrated Services Digital Network and a highly scalable distributed system built using Advanced Intelligent Networking technology.


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Mr. Simzer completed his undergraduate studies in computer engineering at the University of Ottawa and St. Lawrence College. In addition, Mr. Simzer earned a master’s degree in business administration from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

Peter Bello, age 46, is the Senior Vice President of U.S. Federal and CALA (Canadian, Asia, and Latin America) sales. Mr. Bello also has the role of leading the North American and CALA Professional Services teams. He has responsibility for our U.S. Federal Sales team, Government Relations, CALA Sales team, as well as North American Professional Services. Mr. Bello has 22 years in the industry, and is noted for his strong combination of technical and business acumen. Mr. Bello joined Entrust as Director of North American Professional Services in February of 1998 to help build the professional services practice and organization. He successfully grew the North American Professional Services from a start up to a $6 million business over a 4 year period. Mr. Bello was promoted to Vice President, North American Professional Services with additional responsibilities for Latin America and Asia Pacific. He was President of CygnaCom Solutions from March of 2002 until November of 2007. CygnaCom Solutions has been providing professional information security services and cryptographic solutions to government and business clients since 1994. This business includes US Federal government accredited security test laboratories. Prior to joining Entrust, Mr. Bello held various positions of increased responsibility at Nortel Networks from 1985-1998 in the areas of engineering, technical support, marketing, and order management. He graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with BS in Electrical Engineering.

Neill Duff, age 47, is Senior Vice President and General Manager of Entrust’s EMEA Operation. He has more than 25 years of experience in the high tech software industry. An Entrust veteran, Mr. Duff has a wealth of experience implementing IT security solutions, specifically large scale PKI deployments in government, commercial and financial sectors.

Mr. Duff joined Entrust as Project Director EMEA Professional Services in 2000 and was promoted to Director of EMEA PS and Sales Engineering in early 2003. He successfully developed a world class team of security specialists and industry acknowledge deployment experts in authorisation and authentication solutions. In January 2007, Mr. Duff took over responsibility for sales and services in the Europe, Middle East, and Africa region. Prior to joining Entrust, Mr. Duff held various positions of increasing responsibility at Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Ltd, ICL-CFM, and application outsourcer ITNET.

Michael E. McGrathage 59, has served on the Board of Directors since February 2007 and as Chairman of the board since November 2008. Mr. McGrath is the former president and chief executive officer at Dallas-based i2 Technologies, and currently serves on the company’s board of directors. He is also the executive chairman of The Thomas Group. In 1976, Mr. McGrath co-founded Pittiglio Rabin Todd & McGrath (PRTM) and served as its president and CEO until his retirement in July 2004. During the last decade, PRTM grew to be one of the larger and most successful management consulting firms in the world. Mr. McGrath is recognized as an expert in product development and product strategy. Mr. McGrath holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science and management science from Boston College and a master’s degree in business administration from Harvard Business School.

Butler C. Derrick, Jr., age 72, has been a Director of Entrust since May 1999. Since February 2004 Mr. Derrick has been the managing partner of Nelson, Mullins, Riley and Scarborough LLP. From August 1998 to February 2004, Mr. Derrick was a Partner at the law firm of Powell, Goldstein, Frazer & Murphy LLP, Washington, D.C. From January 1995 to July 1998, Mr. Derrick was a Partner at the law firm of Williams & Jensen, Washington, D.C. Mr. Derrick served in Congress as a United States Representative from South Carolina from January 1975 to January 1995. While in Congress, Mr. Derrick held numerous posts, including Deputy Majority Whip and Vice Chairman of the House Rules Committee.

Michael P. Ressner, age 60, has been a Director of Entrust since May 1999. From January 2001 to December 2002, Mr. Ressner served as Vice President, Nortel Networks. Prior to that time, he served as Vice President of Finance of Nortel Networks’ Enterprise Solutions group from February 1999 to January 2001. From


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May 1994 to January 1999, Mr. Ressner served as Vice President of Finance for the Carrier Solutions business unit of Nortel Networks. Prior to these assignments, he held a number of senior finance management posts within various business units of Nortel Networks. Mr. Ressner currently serves on the Board of Directors of Magellan Health Services, Tekelec, and Exide Technologies.

Douglas Schloss, age 50, has served on the Board of Directors of Entrust since July 2001. Since January 1994, he has been the President and Chief Executive Officer of Rexford Management, Inc., a firm that manages an investment partnership specializing in transaction arbitrage. He is also the President of the Board at St. Paul’s School in Concord, New Hampshire. He has served as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Marcus Schloss & Co., Inc., a registered broker-dealer and formerly a New York Stock Exchange specialist firm, since March 1993. Prior to these positions, Mr. Schloss managed the equity trading desk and arbitrage investment portfolio of Marcus Schloss & Co.

Jerry C. Jones, age 53, has served on the Entrust Board of Directors since December 2003. He serves as Acxiom Corporation’s Business Development and Legal Leader. At Acxiom, he is responsible for the legal team, leads the strategy and execution of mergers and alliances, and assists in other strategic initiatives. Mr. Jones came to Acxiom in March 1999 from the Rose Law Firm in Little Rock, Arkansas, where for 19 years he specialized in problem solving and business litigation. He is the Chairman of the Arkansas Virtual Academy, a statewide public school in Arkansas. He is a 1980 graduate of the University of Arkansas School of Law and holds a bachelor’s degree in Public Administration from the University of Arkansas.

Ray W. Washburneage 48, has served on our Board of Directors since June 2006. Since 1990, he has been the chairman and CEO of Charter Holding. He also serves on the board of directors for the M Crowd Restaurant Group, a company he co-founded in 1991. In addition, he is on the advisory board for Colonial Bank Texas and the Dallas Citizens Council. He is a graduate of Southern Methodist University and serves on the school’s 21st Century Counsel. He is also an adjunct professor at the university’s Cox School of Business. He is an active member of the Dallas Citizens Counsel, the Dallas Assembly, the Texas Lyceum and the Dallas chapter of the Young Presidents’ Organization.

Terdema Ussery IIage 49, has served on the Board of Directors since December 2006. Since 1996, he has served as the Dallas Mavericks president and CEO and was a catalyst in the organization’s resurgence, including increased corporate sponsorship, ticket sales, television revenues and community impact under his direction. He is also the CEO for HDNet where he spearheaded the launch of the network, one of the world’s first all-high-definition television stations and negotiated the channel’s first content and distribution agreements. Prior to these two positions he served as president of Nike Sports Management. Prior to his post at Nike, he also served as commissioner of the Continental Basketball Association (CBA). He is a graduate of Princeton and has a master’s degree from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard and a law degree from Cal-Berkeley.

James Dennedy, age 43, has served on our Board of Directors since June 2008. Mr. Dennedy has been a Principal with Arcadia Capital Advisors, LLC, an investment management company making active investments in public companies since April 2008. Mr. Dennedy has more than fifteen years of leadership experience in corporate development and corporate finance with public and private companies in the US and Europe. He has a long history of developing, managing and growing information technology and service companies. From November 2004 to August 2007 he was President and CEO Engyro Corporation, an enterprise software company offering solutions in systems management. Mr. Dennedy served as President, divine Managed Services and Senior VP of Mergers and Acquisitions, divine, Inc. from March 2001 to March 2002; Executive VP Venture Capital and Private Equity, marchFIRST, Inc. from March 1999 to March 2001. Mr. Dennedy also serves on the Board of Directors of NaviSite, Inc. (Audit Committee Chair and Compensation Committee member) and of I-many, Inc. (Audit Committee member). Mr. Dennedy earned a BS in Economics from the United States Air Force Academy, an MA in Economics from the University of Colorado and an MBA from Ohio State University. In support of community activities, Mr. Dennedy serves on the Executive Boards of the Economics Department and MIS Department, Williams College of Business, Xavier University. wesley clark.JPG

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Rose Law Firm running digital keys globally… at Northrup Grumman and the FBI in USA and overseas!

(See above).

Jerry C. Jones. (Dec. 05, 2003). Entrust Inc, ENTU, Form 3, Initial Statement of Beneficial Ownership of Securities. SEC Edgar.


Oct. 08, 2003 (announced on the Sep. 30, 2003 10-Q/A, which Clark signed, huh?)

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Jerry C. Jones then just appeared on the board in Clark’s position on Dec. 23, 2003 10-K/A

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The public is first told who Jerry C. Jones is on Mar. 15, 2004 10-K without an 8-K stockholder election announcement…

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Jones starts receiving director compensation on Mar. 26, 2004 in the annual proxy statement before the next May 2004 annual meeting; he also is identified obliquely as J. Jones in charge of company compensation.

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This researcher has never seen a Board of Directors separated into three classes:

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This is deceptively worded by the auditor. Since “J. Jones just appeared as director in Dec. 2003, he could not have attended “four meetings during 2003”

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Note the huge jump in price for Jerry C. Jones to $4.16… this occured on 12/5/2003, just five weeks after Leader Technologies debugged their key module that launched the social networking feeding frenzy


All these documents are pulled down in multiple locations so that we can prove when the SEC documents begin getting censored.


With this technology, they can also ‘hack’ any state election machines with impunity, whether they are connected or not. Build into the chips the capability with hidden circuits, then on ‘upgrades’ build machine code into the API, and trigger the ‘tally’ before an election—erase and start over with each election.

I know for certain as part of the process, media is updated to the ‘WA county’s’ tally computer before each election. This last election, it had a ‘hiccup’. The OpTech scanners were corrupted.


A borderless world being implemented by ENTRUST. WAT? Didn’t you get the memo?!

Canada, Vodafone (UK), Lloyds TSB (of London), China… (NASA, NIST, Capital One were also added as customers in 2001)

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Here are some of the other ENTRUST customers in 2001:

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Relax! Don’t worry! Be Happy. We have your back, bwahahaha:

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Hold the presses! This was in the same 10-K. Read: Expedia = Microsoft

See UK Ministry of Defence = Lockheed / SERCO

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The Obama/Clinton stay behinds in Treasury, DNI, AG, HS have ALL the digital keys for these agencies. They will surely sabotage President Trump’s attempt to monitor our next election.

Hillary Clinton’s Rose Law Firm partner has access to all ENTRUST encryption keys, including the FBI’s


ENTRUST 10-K. (1998-2009). Disclosed Material Relationships for Customers, Partners, Directors, Officers, Dependents, Subsidiaries, compiled Sep. 13, 2018. SEC Edgar. (Raw. *.xlsx spreadsheet file).

Hillary Clinton / Obama / SES have all the digital keys via ENTRUST to all these government agencies.

Conclusion: The current Trump Executive Order on Election Rigging entrusts the process to:

  • U.S. Treasury
  • Attorney General
  • DNI
  • U.S. Homeland Security

However, this ENTRUST conflicts list shows that Hillary Clinton’s SES operatives have full access to the computer networks of these agencies in whom President Trump is placing his trust.



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Hillary Clinton Controls 50,000 FBI Encryption Keys – Proves Mueller’s Witch Hunt is Treasonous


Hillary’s PRISON PLANET Unlocked