Who thought that the CIA would be in the fake news business?
As we’re all aware, they claimed to be confident that there was Russian interference in the election. Let’s ask what no one else has: Where’s the evidence?
While asking such an important but basic question can get you labeled now as a “Russian sympathizer” or a Trump supporter (guilty as charged), it must nonetheless be asked. The question, “where’s the evidence” comes regarding a massive story that is circulating from sources such as The New York Times and Washington Post that said a secret committee within the C.I.A. has decided that the Russians hacked the DNC as well as hacked to help influence the outcome of the 2016 U.S. Election.
But did anyone in the media actually bother to do any analysis? In the Times’ report on the matter, they state that while they believe there was Russian interference, “It is also far from clear that Russia’s original intent was to support Mr. Trump.” The Post meanwhile, wrote that “there were minor disagreements among intelligence officials about the agency’s assessment, in part because some questions remain unanswered. Intelligence agencies do not have specific evidence showing officials in the Kremlin ‘directing’ the identified individuals to pass the Democratic emails to Wikileaks.”
Now, its the CIA in big trouble…
As the Daily Mail reported:
Congressman Peter King told ABC News, “We have supposedly [CIA Director] John Brennan leaking information to The Washington Post, to a biased newspaper like The New York Times — findings and conclusions that he’s not telling the [House] Intelligence Committee.”
Why would the CIA be leaking a “top secret” document without an agenda? Because while they’d like to persuade us that it’s Russia who has an agenda in interfering with the U.S. election, they’re the ones with a political agenda.
If Republicans were as bad with server security as Democrats are, it’s likely they would’ve been hacked too.