As shown below, the allegations that Russia has been hacking the entire world have been thoroughly vetted and verified.
Germany’s intelligence agency accused Russia of deploying cyberattacks to destabilize the government!
(But German intelligence agencies later found no evidence of Russian interference.)
The Washington Post, New York Times (and here), Reuters, Politico, Register and many other mainstream publications claimed that the Russians hacked the French election, just like they hacked the U.S. election.
The head of the NSA claimed that the NSA watched the Russians hack the French elections:
(But the French government later said there was no trace of Russian hacking.)
CNN reported that U.S. officials suspected that Russia had hacked Qatar’s state news agency, causing a rift with Saudi Arabia.
(But the Qatari government later said it wasn’t Russia.)
The Washington Post published a story claiming that Russian hackers penetrated the US power grid through a utility in Vermont.
(The Post subsequently admitted that – according to officials close to the investigation – “the incident is not linked to any Russian government effort to target or hack the utility”, that the incident only involved a laptop not connected to the electrical grid, and there may not even have been malware at all on this laptop.)
When a treasure trove of secret NSA tools were revealed, Russian hackers were blamed.
And of course the evidence that the Russians hacked Democratic party emails and leaked them to Wikileaks – and otherwise stole the election away from Clinton – is extremely strong. After all, the mainstream press has said so.
So you see? It’s been proven that Russia has hacked the world …