- While The Obama Administration Refuses To Brief Congress On Claim Of Russian Interference, Obama's DHS Busted Attempting To Hack Election Databases
As Barack Obama is busy making a big deal about 'retaliation' against Russia for supposedly hacking the DNC and the Hillary Clinton campaign, during the election season, with the MSM, using unnamed "U.S. official sources" pushing Washington's propaganda, while the FBI and other intelligence agencies question their claims, we note that the Department of Homeland Security has been caught red-handed attempting to hack into Georgia's election database 10 seperate times, as well as West Virginia and Kentucky's.
Barack Obama is once again using his patsies in the mainstream media to push his anti-Russia propaganda, with claims that Russian hackers were behind the Wikileaks leaked emails from the DNC and Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, something the Wikileaks founder Julian Assange just revealed as completely false in an interview with Sean Hannity, saying the information given to Wikileaks did not come from any "state party," and definitely not from Russia.
Considering the conflicting accounts from the CIA and the FBI, it is no wonder that the House Intelligence Committee, which is charged with congressional "oversight of the United States Intelligence Community," wants to find out more about what the MSM and Obama are claiming about Russian interference, yet the Obama administration is refusing to brief the House intelligence committee.
House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence Chairman Devin Nune issued a statement on the refusal, saying "It is unacceptable that the Intelligence Community directors would not fulfill the House Intelligence Committee’s request to be briefed tomorrow on the cyber-attacks that occurred during the presidential campaign. The legislative branch is constitutionally vested with oversight responsibility of executive branch agencies, which are obligated to comply with our requests. The Committee is vigorously looking into reports of cyber-attacks during the election campaign, and in particular we want to clarify press reports that the CIA has a new assessment that it has not shared with us. The Committee is deeply concerned that intransigence in sharing intelligence with Congress can enable the manipulation of intelligence for political purposes. The Committee will continue its efforts and will insist that we receive all the necessary cooperation from the relevant leaders of the Intelligence Community."
Nune is not the only member of congress infuriated by Obama's "disinformation campaign" as Representative Peter King, another member of the intel committee, told Fox News that the CIA's refusal to brief congress not only "violates all protocols," but that it appears "as if "people in the intelligence community are carrying out a disinformation campaign against the president-elect of the United States."
In the interview below, King tells Fox News that the CIA is purposely trying to overturn Trump's election.
If the CIA had any "proof" of intent, they would be able to brief Congress, but their refusal, according to King, indicates the entire Russian interference meme could be nothing more than " a whole house of cards."
This leaves us wondering if there is more than just an Obama disinformation campaign being perpetuated against the American people, and if the Obama administration is deliberately attempt to distract the public from the bombshell that Georgia Secretary of State, Brian Kemp, dropped last week when he publicly revealed that the Obama's Department of homeland Security conducted 10 separate cyberattacks on their election database.
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.
It was also confirmed yesterday that both West Virginia and Kentucky were attacked by DHS IP addresses as well, as reported by WSB TV in Atlanta.
While Barack Obama is attempting to distract the nation with claims of "Russian interference," which his administration cannot even provide the House Intel Committee with proof of, the politicized DHS has been caught red-handed trying to hack into at least three states election databases.
That is what the should be investigated by Congress because the leaked emails sent to Wikileaks came from within, and there is every indication that Russia wasn't the ones who tried to "hack" the election, but the Obama administration unsuccessfully tried to hack it and when that did not work, they moved on to plan B, which is an attempt to overturn the results.