As most people know, Hillary Clinton spoke in Ranchos Palos Verdes, CA at the annual Code Conference, at which she levied some damning — yet entirely unprovable — accusations. At the conference, Clinton noted that the “fake news” and hacked emails released during the 2016 presidential campaign had to have been from the Russians and “guided by Americans.”
Clinton said, “I think it’s fair to ask, how did that actually influence the campaign, and how did they know what messages to deliver? Who told them? Who were they coordinating with, and colluding with?”
Clinton continued, saying, “The Russians in my opinion — and based on intelligence and counterintelligence people I have talked to — could not have known best how to weaponize that information unless they had been guided…Guided by Americans.”
In Clinton’s mind, she believes the Russians hacked her emails — which, by the way, ousted her as a corrupt and murderous criminal — and gave them to Trump to give him the election. This is the same Trump who has reneged on his promise to pull out of NATO and, instead, continues to support the notion of US troops along the Russian border — the Russians who supposedly helped him win the election.
It appears the harder the establishment tries to pin blame on Russia for Clinton’s loss in the 2016 election, the more ridiculous they look, as is evidenced in the latest blunder on MSNBC.
“Well, she, first of all, really drilled down on the fake news, the role of Infowars, and said that it was very clear to her that there were Americans directing and colluding, conspiring really with the Russian hackers, with Guccifer, with the others who were involved in the hacking, in the dropping of WikiLeaks only an hour after the ‘Access Hollywood’ tape was disclosed, and saying that they were doing so with such political sophistication.Mitchell continued,
She’s basically pointing to the Trump campaign, saying that the dots are now being connected in the investigation.”
“She mentioned Jared Kushner. She mentioned Bannon and Kellyanne Conway, in the context of the fact that the Mercers, the big fundraisers who contribute to the campaign and had — and owned Cambridge Analytics had said to Trump, bring on Bannon from Breitbart.
Bring on Kellyanne Conway, who are already on their payroll, as part of a deal, and that they connected with the data bank and the RNC. So, she is drawing a conspiracy theory. She doesn’t have the evidence, but she is obviously hoping that this is what –that Robert Mueller and what the Congressional committee’s going to do.”
As previously reported, the Department of Homeland Security, under the Obama administration, attempted to hack the Indiana State electoral system nearly 15,000 times.
The case against Russia, as we’ve previously reported is alleged to have been contrived mere moments after Clinton lost the election and the latest MSNBC report supports this notion. Last month, WikiLeaks detailed the contents of the book “Shattered” — written by Jonathan Allen — which lays out the plan quite clearly.
WikiLeaks uploaded a picture from a page of Allen’s new book which destroys the Russian hacking narrative immediately. Wikileaks tweeted, “New book by ‘Shattered’ by Clinton insiders reveals that “blame Russia” plan was hatched “within twenty-four hours” of the election loss.”
New book by ‘Shattered’ by Clinton insiders reveals that “blame Russia” plan was hatched “within twenty-four hours” of election loss. pic.twitter.com/NDUk90Jp5q— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) May 11, 2017
Building on that narrative, the Clinton camp reportedly put out the notion to members of the media the election was anything but fair. The suggestion was apparently made that “Russian hacking was the centerpiece of the argument.”
The good news about all this fake news and accusations of fake news is that Americans are becoming skeptical. For far too long, people believed everything their televisions told them to believe. We must foster this skepticism before the infamous words of former CIA Director, William Casey become self-evident.
“We’ll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false.”