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Not to Keep Nit-Picking the Garbage Mueller Report, But…

Special Counsel Robert Mueller dedicated an entire chapter of his 448-page report to how the GRU – Russia’s version of the CIA – hacked the DNC and John Podesta emails starting in March 2016.

The allegation all along from the Democrats has been that Russia “hacked our democracy” to help the campaign of Donald Trump.

The Russians were somehow so sophisticated that they knew Trump was going to win the Republican nomination three months later!

There’s just one little problem with the whole “Russia hacked the DNC narrative.” It’s fake. This claim has no more basis in reality than the alleged pee tape that keeps Rachel Maddow of MSNBC awake at night.

The DNC never allowed the FBI to examine its server, to determine whether it had been hacked or whether the emails on the server were stolen as part of an “inside job.”

Former CIA and Department of Homeland Security experts who have examined the case say that it’s simply not possible for the “hack” to have originated in Russia.

Yet Mueller goes into painstaking detail for dozens of pages, writing about how GRU used a sophisticated spear phishing attack to compromise IT workers’ computers and gain access to the DNC network.

Where does Mueller get this information? His report never says.

Never mind the fact that if Mueller’s assertions were true, those portions of his report would definitely have been redacted as classified materials. Instead, Mueller’s specific descriptions of when, where and how the GRU allegedly hacked the DNC are right out there in the open for everyone to see.

It appears to be deliberate and highly specific in order to give credence to the idea that Russians hacked the DNC.

There’s another aspect to the entire DNC/Podesta hack that has been baffling to observers for the past few years.

Stealing John Podesta and Debbie Wasserman-Schultz’s emails was the crime of the century, right? This was the worst crime imaginable. Our “democracy was hacked.”

Someone hacked the Republican National Committee servers in 2016, before the Democrats were hacked. All of the RNC’s internal emails were published on the hacker website DCLeaks.

The emails were on the internet, publicly available to anyone, until the feds finally shut down DCLeaks in 2017. This seems important, since the Mueller Report lists DCLeaks as part of the big alleged Russian hack of our democracy.

DCLeaks also published big batches of the DNC/Podesta emails and is listed by Mueller as a Russian companion site to WikiLeaks.

According to the official narrative, when the Russians hacked the DNC/Podesta emails and published them on DCLeaks, it was the worst crime in human history.

When the Republican National Committee emails were hacked and published on DCLeaks, there were no allegations of Russian involvement. The FBI and Robert Mueller didn’t even consider the RNC hack to be a crime.

Mueller never even mentions the fact that all of the Republican National Committee’s emails were hacked and published online – a fact that the mainstream media continues to ignore to this day.

If the narrative were true and the Russians wanted to help one political party over another, why were both parties’ emails hacked and published on the same “Russian” website.

Why were one party’s hacked emails considered a crime, and the other party’s hacked emails were not worth mentioning?

For one thing, no one in the Republican Party was embarrassed by the RNC emails. No illegal or creepy activity was described in those emails.

The RNC emails were boring. They talked about internal campaign stuff and what they wanted to have for lunch. Snooze.

The DNC emails were incredibly embarrassing, however. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz directly colluded with her friend Hillary Clinton to steal the Democrat nomination from Bernie Sanders in 2016.

The DNC emails were surprisingly racist. The white frat boys running the DNC complained about a “needy” black donor’s name being hard to pronounce, and they dubbed their Hispanic outreach efforts, “Operation Taco Bowl.”

Hillary’s campaign staffers sent incredibly weird emails about prepubescent girls providing “entertainment” in a hot tub at a staff party – which spawned the entire “Pizzagate” rumor mill.

Therefore, the hacked DNC emails were a major crime. The hacked RNC emails, well… booooring!

Nothing adds up when you look at this attempted coup against the Trump presidency. “Julian Assange of WikiLeaks is a Russian operative!” Says who? Where’s the evidence for that claim?

It’s worth noting that despite all of Mueller’s claims about GRU, Julian Assange and the hack of the DNC servers, Mueller didn’t charge Assange with a crime.

That’s because, like everything else related to Russiagate, it’s all a lie designed to take down President Trump.


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