I awoke in pre-dawn early morning to the overnight TV news of a last-ditch effort to subvert the 2016 presidential election.
The Obama administration, Republican reprobates like Sens. Lindsey Graham (long rumored to be a closeted homosexual) and John McCain, as well as the usual Hollyweirdo suspects (see this video) are all clamoring that Putin and the Russian government hacked the 2016 presidential election to favor Donald Trump, and that next Monday, the Electoral College must cast their votes for Hillary Clinton instead of President-elect Donald Trump.
All this despite the fact that:
(1) The American people have been given only hearsay that the CIA and “other intelligence agencies” found Russia to have intervened in the election — not the actual CIA report that, we are told, is “secret”.
If the Electoral College is going to subvert the will of the people, let’s see that CIA report!!!
(2) Lead media attack dog Washington Post‘s own article on the alleged CIA secret report does not actually say that the Russian government “intervened” in the election, nor that Moscow actually directed its witting or unwitting “agents” (the List of 200) to provide the hacked Democrat emails to WikiLeaks. See “Fake News: Washington Post’s CIA report that Russia intervened in elections to help Trump”.
(3) CIA personnel say there is no such “secret” CIA report. See “CIA: Washington Post lied about a secret CIA report that Russia intervened in 2016 election”.
Instead of Russian hackers, it is the Obama administration’s Department of Homeland Security that are the cyber hackers — according to Georgia’s Secretary of State Brian Kemp.
Aaron Diamant reports for WSB-TV2 Atlanta, Dec. 15, 2016:
The Georgia Secretary of State’s Office now confirms 10 separate cyberattacks on its network were all traced back to U.S. Department of Homeland Security addresses.
In an exclusive interview, a visibly frustrated Secretary of State Brian Kemp confirmed the attacks of different levels on his agency’s network over the last 10 months. He says they all traced back to DHS internet provider addresses.
[…] The Secretary of State’s Office manages Georgia’s elections, and most concerning for Kemp about the newly discovered scans is the timing.
The first one happened on Feb. 2, the day after Georgia’s voter registration deadline. The next one took place just days before the SEC primary. Another occurred in May, the day before the general primary, and then two more took place in November, the day before and the day of the presidential election.
“It makes you wonder if somebody was trying to prove a point,” Kemp said. […]
Kemp says several of those scans came around the same time he testified before Congress about his opposition to a federal plan to classify election systems as “critical infrastructure,” like power plants and financial systems.Kemp believes Georgia’s state-run election systems are already secure and doesn’t think the feds should be involved.
The DHS did not return Diamant’s emails seeking comment Tuesday.
In a tweet, Diamant reports that WSB-TV has received “documents” showing that two other states’ elections agencies — those of Kentucky and West Virginia — had also been hacked by the Department of Homeland Security:
Why isn’t this news reported by Washington Post and the national alphabet TV networks?