When the Democratic National Committee (DNC) was hacked and emails were exposed by WikiLeaks that revealed, among other things, collusion within the Hillary Clinton campaign and the DNC to make a corrupt Washington establishment candidate the presidential nominee, the blame was dubiously placed on Russian hackers in an effort to hide the lack of integrity and malfeasance of a corrupt political system and to try and cover up her crimes and malfeasance during her contemptible political career.
Repeated bogus claims of Russian hacking by a disingenuous “security” firm with shadowy ties to Washington’s propaganda machine – including the Department of Homeland Security and the highly politicized office of the Director of National Intelligence, both of which constantly hype terrorism with no supporting evidence while perpetually fueling it – do not make bogus claims true and offer more insight into why you should question them. As more leaked evidence eviscerating Hillary and showing her true colors and disregard for ‘everyday Americans’ appears, the lies and desperation to keep her culture of corruption covered up will grow.
In typical fashion Washington’s Chief propaganda pushers – The New York Times and The Washington Post – repeated the bogus Russian hacking claims as gospel. Ironically, while pushing Washington’s lies without questions both publications periodically publish pertinent articles delving into the content of the emails and the damage they do to Clinton. It’s obvious that the release of damning revelations about Clinton were timed to try and interfere with the U.S. election process but it’s completely unclear of how the hacks could be attributed to the authorization of only Russia’s senior-most officials when no evidence supporting those claims is presented for review.