FOX News' Judge Napolitano charged that U.S. intelligence is behind the leaking of Hillary Clinton's emails to WikiLeaks, not Russian hackers. From Thursday morning's broadcast of FOX & Friends on the FOX News Channel:
JUDGE NAP: Who had the incentive to prevent Mrs. Clinton from becoming president of the United States?
STEVE DOOCY: Bill.
NAPOLITANO: Whose agents had their real identities and locations exposed by the reckless manner which --
DOOCY: U.S. intel!
NAPOLITANO: There you go.
Who had access to all this material --
DOOCEY: U.S. intel!
NAPOLITANO: -- without having to steal any codes?
United States intelligence agents who did not want this woman in charge of the federal government and exposing more agents and more resources and undercover access in the Middle East to who they truly are and where they were...
There's one spy agency, the NSA, it produces the raw data; the FBI looks at it and interprets it one way, the CIA looks at it and interprets it another way. The CIA may have a desire to make Mrs. Clinton look good or Donald Trump look bad...
There's a whole world out there that is below the fold, below the radar scope that we don't know about, which is the intelligence community. They have rivalries between them. They have ideological predilections. They have the same shortcomings as the rest of us. In intelligence, raw data -- if it were here, it would be difficult for the four of us to interpret it. But I can tell you this: two groups of two people looking at the same data can read the same thing and interpret it 180 degrees differently from each other. That's what happened here.
So when Donald Trump says the Russians did not hack Mrs. Clinton, he's right. Somebody leaked from Mrs. Clinton's emails, but nobody went in there and altered her operational systems, which is what hacking does.
If you want to change the outcome of an election are you going to alter the candidates operating systems or are you going to alter the systems of the people who register the voters and count the votes?...
She should have been blaming herself for a long time -- from the minute she decided to use the home server.