The left have been milking allegations of Russian hacking ever since Democratic National Committee (DNC) emails were published by WikiLeaks. The email dump exposed how ruthless the DNC was in their efforts to nominate Hillary Clinton for the Presidency.
As Clinton’s campaign prodded along, more email dumps provided more insight into the innerworkings of the Clinton campaign, the Clinton Foundation, and Hillary’s email server scandal.
Democrats continue to blame Russian hackers for Hillary’s loss. But there’s just one small problem. There wasn’t any hacking!
In fact, the DNC wouldn’t allow any government agency to inspect the allegedly ‘hacked’ servers. Neither the CIA, the NSA, nor the FBI was allowed to go near them. Instead, the DNC hired a third party, Crowdstrike, to examine the servers for evidence of hacking. The NSA, CIA and the FBI agreed to abide by Crowdstrike’s assessment.
Craig Murray, a close associate of Julian Assange, said that the servers were never hacked. All the emails that were made public by WikiLeaks were obtained through leaks.
Murray, who is the former UK Ambassador to Uzbekistan, claimed that the DNC emails were sent to him by a disgruntled DNC employee.
Murray also pointed out that no one has been interested in interviewing him about the leaked DNC emails.
The truth would destroy the Democrat narrative that they were hacked.
Angry Patriot reports:
“Russiagate”–as the Left likes to call this ridiculous conspiracy theory–is the greatest witch hunt of all time. Democrats hurl accusation after accusation without ever providing any evidence of their claims!
A close associate of Julian Assange, Craig Murray, is blowing this conspiracy theory out of the water. Murray says it was a leak (not a hack), and that the agencies that are supposedly investigating the Russian “hacking” have never contacted him or even looked at the “hacked” servers (via Washington Times).