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  • Former CIA Officer: 'John Brennan Is Doing Putin's Bidding' With Claims Against Trump

    http://insider.foxnews.com/2018/05/2...rump-criticism

    Former CIA officer Daniel Hoffman said John Brennan is "doing Vladimir Putin's bidding" by speculating that the Russians have compromising information on President Trump. On "Hannity," Hoffman said Brennan comes across as a "partisan politician" with his unfounded speculation that Trump could be compromised by the Russians.
    "John Brennan is doing Vladimir Putin's bidding," Hoffman said. "For someone who has criticized the Trump administration for the way they've handled Russia ... John Brennan is doing what Vladimir Putin wants by speculating about the president being subjected to blackmail, even though it's not true."
    He noted that Brennan walked back his blackmail speculation several days later, but "the damage is done."

    Huma email horror returns to haunt FBI brass, in IG report on Clinton case

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018...nton-case.html
    Ever since she lost the 2016 election, Hillary Clinton has repeatedly blamed her defeat on the FBI’s decision to reopen the probe into her email use after messages were found on the laptop of confidante Huma Abedin’s ex-husband.
    But now that laptop and those emails are back in the spotlight, this time causing problems for FBI leaders as part of a forthcoming inspector general report. The probe is expected to fault bureau officials for sitting on those emails in the first place.
    The finding underscores how the laptop continues to play a recurring part in the Clinton case saga, haunting everyone from the Democratic nominee to the FBI officials who examined it.

    The IG report is likely to once again draw scrutiny to the bureau and the handling of the emails.
    Horowitz announced last week that the draft report was finished in a letter to members of Congress. He did not say when the results of the review will be officially released to the FBI, DOJ and congressional committees.

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    • Originally posted by Cowboy's daughter View Post
      Huma email horror returns to haunt FBI brass, in IG report on Clinton case

      http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018...nton-case.html
      Ever since she lost the 2016 election, Hillary Clinton has repeatedly blamed her defeat on the FBI’s decision to reopen the probe into her email use after messages were found on the laptop of confidante Huma Abedin’s ex-husband.
      But now that laptop and those emails are back in the spotlight, this time causing problems for FBI leaders as part of a forthcoming inspector general report. The probe is expected to fault bureau officials for sitting on those emails in the first place.
      The finding underscores how the laptop continues to play a recurring part in the Clinton case saga, haunting everyone from the Democratic nominee to the FBI officials who examined it.

      The IG report is likely to once again draw scrutiny to the bureau and the handling of the emails.
      Horowitz announced last week that the draft report was finished in a letter to members of Congress. He did not say when the results of the review will be officially released to the FBI, DOJ and congressional committees.
      Oh?

      But I thought it was because of Trump, Putin, Russia, the KGB, white males, KKK, nazis, women-haters, Pepe the frog, etc...

      So many things seem to be responsible for her defeat.

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      • you forgot the ukrainian involvement, really

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        • Originally posted by fisher View Post
          you forgot the ukrainian involvement, really
          What did the Ukrainians do?

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          • they likd it, and, apparently, quite deep
            https://www.politico.com/story/2017/...ackfire-233446
            http://observer.com/2017/01/ukraine-...rump-election/

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            • I see this from a different perspective. The FBI openly admitted that Clinton was under investigation during her campaign even if nothing came out of it. Who knows if Drumpf would be president today if the FBI would have done the same in his case.

              I ask myself if that maybe happend intentionally by now.

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              • It would have taken a miracle from God to elect Hillary, can't blame the Ukrainians for trying.

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                • You ask for miracles Theo? I give you the F-B-I. [/Hans Gruber]

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                  • Originally posted by Marsch View Post
                    I see this from a different perspective. The FBI openly admitted that Clinton was under investigation during her campaign even if nothing came out of it. Who knows if Drumpf would be president today if the FBI would have done the same in his case.

                    I ask myself if that maybe happend intentionally by now.
                    The biggest issue with the FBI vs Clinton thing I have is that they came to the conclusion that she was guilty but didn't press charges.
                    This makes the impression that either they did her a favor because of her connections / political influence or because that would have decided the election right then and there and they didn't want that on their hands.

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                    • Originally posted by Xaito View Post

                      The biggest issue with the FBI vs Clinton thing I have is that they came to the conclusion that she was guilty but didn't press charges.
                      This makes the impression that either they did her a favor because of her connections / political influence or because that would have decided the election right then and there and they didn't want that on their hands.
                      Another issue is that the FBI investigation on Hillary was openly known to the public. It was, to some extent, transparent. Nobody was hiding something was happening.
                      Now, we could discuss the outcome and the "whys" no charges were pressed.

                      But regarding Trump, there were no "investigations", there were no mandates and so on. Yet an "investigation" was still being carried out. And its existence has been vehemently denied up until leaks proved it had been, indeed, carried out.

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                      • Originally posted by Ivan le Fou View Post

                        Another issue is that the FBI investigation on Hillary was openly known to the public. It was, to some extent, transparent. Nobody was hiding something was happening.
                        Now, we could discuss the outcome and the "whys" no charges were pressed.

                        But regarding Trump, there were no "investigations", there were no mandates and so on. Yet an "investigation" was still being carried out. And its existence has been vehemently denied up until leaks proved it had been, indeed, carried out.
                        The FBI investigation was openly known to the public and yet every poll still showed her winning by a big margin. Hillary's crime in mishandling classified information on her pay to play private server is not without precedent. And in fact, she was treated differently by the FBI.

                        An ominous precedent is lurking over Hillary Clinton's email scandal
                        Former CIA director John Deutch was also found to have stored classified documents — including top-secret intelligence — on computers in his homes in Bethesda and Belmont, Massachusetts, leading to an investigation by the CIA inspector general and a criminal investigation by the Justice Department. Deutch was stripped of his security clearance and ended up reaching a plea agreement admitting to his crimes — but was saved by a last-minute pardon from none other than ... President Bill Clinton.
                        http://www.businessinsider.com/there...scandal-2015-8

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                        • Still no proof

                          Pompeo Affirms, Reluctantly, That Russia Tried to Help Trump Win

                          https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...help-trump-win
                          Secretary of State Mike Pompeo acknowledged -- after prodding by lawmakers -- that he backs the finding by U.S. intelligence agencies that Russia meddled in the U.S. presidential campaign to hurt Hillary Clinton and ultimately help Donald Trump.
                          Pompeo, who previously was Trump’s CIA director, was pressed by Democrats on whether he accepted that finding during testimony Wednesday before the House Foreign Affairs Committee.
                          “Yes, sir,” he said. But that was only after he initially said the judgment that Russian President Vladimir Putin wanted to help Trump win “was the least confirmed, that is, there was the least support for that” in the report issued by the CIA, the FBI and the National Security Agency in January 2017, a few weeks before Trump took office.


                          The 2017 intelligence report by the CIA, the FBI and the National Security Agency assessed that “Putin and the Russian Government aspired to help President-elect Trump’s election chances when possible by discrediting Secretary Clinton and publicly contrasting her unfavorably to him. All three agencies agree with this judgment. CIA and FBI have high confidence in this judgment; NSA has moderate confidence.”
                          But all three agencies said they had “high confidence” in the conclusion that Russia developed a “clear preference” for Trump.
                          In another exchange during Wednesday’s 3 1/2-hour hearing, Pompeo was asked about a tweet by Trump hours earlier that “the Criminal Deep State” went after “Phony Collusion with Russia” and ended up “caught in a major SPY scandal.”
                          “I don’t believe there’s a deep state” at the agencies he’s led, the State Department and the CIA, Pompeo said, vouching for their employees. “There’s always an exception to every rule,” he added.

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                          • Originally posted by Cowboy's daughter View Post
                            Still no proof

                            Pompeo Affirms, Reluctantly, That Russia Tried to Help Trump Win



                            The 2017 intelligence report by the CIA, the FBI and the National Security Agency assessed that “Putin and the Russian Government aspired to help President-elect Trump’s election chances when possible by discrediting Secretary Clinton and publicly contrasting her unfavorably to him.

                            That's a far different animal than "collusion" or any criminal activity, which, as you say, there is and never has been any evidence of. Anyone who needed the Russians to discredit Clinton and see what an unfavorable candidate she was not on this planet. Who was in charge in the lead up to the election? Obama, Clapper, Brennan, Comey, Lynch. Obama gave Putin a stern talking to, ("cut it out") and then told Trump to grow up stop whining about rigged elections, such a thing was impossible. Most of the influencing on the 2016 Presidential election I saw came straight out of our own, beloved, hardcore partisan MSM.

                            Donald Trump’s chances of winning are approaching zero

                            The election is in 15 days. And the electoral map just keeps looking grimmer and grimmer for Donald Trump. We are making three changes to The Fix map this week, all favoring Hillary Clinton.
                            https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...=.a72e189eb85c

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                            • The 'Intelligence Community,' 'Russian Interference,' and Due Diligence

                              Did the U.S. “Intelligence Community” judge that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election?
                              Most commentators seem to think so. Every news report I have read of the planned meeting of Presidents Trump and Putin in July refers to “Russian interference” as a fact and asks whether the matter will be discussed. Reports that President Putin denied involvement in the election are scoffed at, usually with a claim that the U.S. “intelligence community” proved Russian interference. In fact, the U.S. “intelligence community” has not done so. The intelligence community as a whole has not been tasked to make a judgment and some key members of that community did not participate in the report that is routinely cited as “proof” of “Russian interference.”
                              https://www.strategic-culture.org/ne...diligence.html

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                              • Russians Unsuccessfully Tried To Hack Computers Of Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill
                                https://www.npr.org/2018/07/26/63289...claire-mccaski
                                Russian hackers trying to influence the 2018 elections made an unsuccessful attempt to breach the computer system of Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill, one of this fall's most vulnerable Democrats.

                                Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats has said that the "warning lights are blinking red again" about future Russian cyberattacks and that "the digital infrastructure that serves this country is literally under attack."
                                Hope the intelligence community and the public have their eyes on the ball, even thought the president is predictably ignoring this attack on the fundament of American democracy perpetrated by his confidant/"handler."

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