The recent Wikileaks scandal has educated us on some pretty embarrassing things for the Democratic National Committee. Such as their mockery of African American women’s names and their calling Hispanic campaign involvement “taco bowl engagement.” It culminated in Debbie Wasserman Schultz stepping down and resigning from the DNC. A Reuters report indicates hackers got into Hillary Clinton’s email system too.
Maybe they could be useful and find those 30,000 missing emails she had.
The article said,
“The U.S. Department of Justice national security division is investigating whether cyber hacking attacks on Democratic political organizations threatened U.S. security, sources familiar with the matter said on Friday.
The involvement of the Justice Department’s national security division is a sign that the Obama administration has concluded that the hacking was state sponsored, individuals with knowledge of the investigation said.”
Any information that could have been collected is unknown. Neither the government, President Obama or Hillary Clinton have commented on the matter. Which isn’t surprising. I’m sure they have to clear their contrived statements passed their Press Secretary before they say anything.
According to Reuters,
“hackers gained access to the entire network of the fundraising Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, which would have given the hackers access to everything from emails to strategy memos and opposition research prepared to support Democratic candidates in campaigns for the House.”
If the revelations the hackers are looking for is anything like the Democratic National Committee trying to drown Bernie Sanders and destroy his chances of gaining the nomination then we will certainly be in for some good entertainment. Watching the Democratic Party erupt in civil war and strife has been an exceptionally warming experience after all the trouble see liberals have given Republican’s.
It looks like this ship is about to sink pretty soon and the Grand Ole’ Party will have a front row set for it all.