The official narrative rests entirely on the premise that the DNC’s server was hacked by “Guccifer 2.0” — a persona whose very plausibility as a Russian intelligence officer completely falls apart upon consideration of the enormous mass of evidence in absolute contradiction of this notion.Read More...
From the latest joke-indictment by Robert Mueller to the hysterical press-coverage of the Trump-Putin summit, the way establishment media has been acting over the past week has been apoplectic.
The Forensicator, who revealed last year that files published by the Guccifer 2.0 persona were accessed locally and not hacked, has just published a new analysis, the first of three articles which will comprise a series centered once again on the work of Guccifer 2.0.
In what could be a landmark decision in the ongoing election integrity battle, New York State Supreme Court’s Appellate Division ruled last week that electronic ballot images are public records, and therefore subject to freedom of information laws.
According to Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA), who visited Julian Assange at the London Ecuadorian embassy in August 2017, the WikiLeaks founder possesses physical evidence proving Russia did not hack the DNC. Assange has consistently held that the emails were leaked by an insider for the past 2 years.
New U.S. policy on nuclear retaliatory strikes for cyber-attacks is raising concerns, with Russia claiming that it’s already been blamed for a false-flag cyber-attack – namely the election hacking allegations of 2016, explain Ray McGovern and William Binney.
As Russia-gate continues to buffet the Trump administration, we now know that the “scandal” started with Democrats funding the original dubious allegations of Russian interference, notes Joe Lauria.
It never ceases to amaze how intelligence agency narratives always seem to trip over their own shoelaces. This “huge story” is transparently ridiculous to anyone with the slightest technical know-how.
The New York City Board of Elections admitted after a lawsuit that it broke the law by purging thousands of people from voter rolls before the 2016 New York presidential primary. State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says the board violated “the law and New Yorkers’ trust in the institutions meant to protect their rights.”
During his plane ride extradition from Romania to the United States in 2016, the original hacker known as “Guccifer” told Fox News’ Pamela Browne that one of his handlers asked slyly: “what would your opinion be if another Guccifer showed up?” He then went on to declare that “Guccifer 2.0 is an inside job” by U.S. government agencies.