There's no evidence that Clinton's server was hacked. Saying it was is apparently a necessary ingredient in many of the conspiracy theories surrounding the whole affair.Ah. But nobody hacked Clinton's server. They hacked Blumethal's e-mail.
I don't pretend to know everything. These are loose ends to me. What bothers me are people who think that I THINK that I know everything. People who behave like they know everything but who show that they don't, such as the President-Defect. And people who get a handful of anecdotes and use one of them to inferentially craft an argument, who think they've found the Holy Grail of the Truth.
The more you know, the less you think you know -- if you're honest. The Pig who's getting a lipstick-makeover on the 20th? He still think he knows everything.
Referring to it at all in the context of Russian psy-ops & the election is deliberate obfuscation, a way to avoid looking at the real issues.