The Wall Street Journal reported last month that it wasn’t only the Democrat National Committee that hackers tried to breach. The Journal quoted group of anonymous “people close to the investigation” who said the hackers’ failure to penetrate RNC servers “indicated a less aggressive and much less persistent effort by (allegedly) Russian intelligence to hack the Republican group than the Democratic National Committee.” In the end, the hackers were able to harvest only a single email from a “long-departed RNC staffer.”
So Republicans would’ve had their documents leaked too – they just bothered to actually secure their servers. It’s incredible that the same people getting hacked saw no problem in backing a presidential candidate who used and sent classified information over an unsecured private email server.
Last night, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange was interviewed by Sean Hannity, and denied that his sources were Russian in origin. They didn’t need to be sophisticated State-backed Russian hackers, as hacking the DNC was so easy a 14 year old could do it, according to Assange.
In fact, get a load of what Podesta’s password was. As the Daily Mail reported:
John Podesta’s emails were made public by the whistleblowing website and proved to be a hammer blow to the Democrat’s election campaign as she lost out to Trump.
In an interview, Assange revealed the campaign chairman’s password was ‘password’ and that he had responded to phishing emails.
The Wikileaks founder said he was 1,000 percent confident the Russians did not hack the Clinton campaign, adding Barack Obama was ‘trying to delegitimize the Trump administration’.
Assange also clarified last night in his interview with Sean Hannity that his sources for the hack were NOT Russian in origin, nor were they related to any government. As it turns out, you don’t need state backing to hack Democrats.
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