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How to Instantly Prove (Or Disprove) Russian Hacking of U.S. Election

It’s newsworthy that CIA head Mike Pompeo recently met with Bill Binney – who designed the NSA’s electronic surveillance system – about potential proof that the DNC emails were leaked rather than hacked. It’s also noteworthy that the usual suspects … Continue reading


France Debunks “Russian Hacking” Claims – Clinton Again Loses It

By Moon of Alabama. Originally posted at Moon of Alabama under France Debunks “Russian Hacking” Claims – Clinton Again Loses It. In April the New York Times, published this bullshit: Russian Hackers Who Targeted Clinton Appear to Attack France’s Macron … Continue reading


“Something Stinks Here” – CrowdStrike Revises, Retracts Parts Of Explosive Russian Hacking Report

Authored by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, Last week, I published two posts on cyber security firm CrowdStrike after becoming aware of inaccuracies in one of its key reports used to bolster the claim that operatives of the Russian government … Continue reading

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Why Crowdstrike’s Russian Hacking Story Fell Apart 2 The DNI Report Faked Sources

The only thread that holds the DNI report together at first glance is the false testimony and fake evidence Crowdstrike and Dmitri Alperovitch provided to the FBI and other agencies involved. When you look at the evidence presented and the … Continue reading

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New York Times: American Report on Russian Hacking Has An “Absence of Any Concrete Evidence … But Rests Instead On What It Describes As Moscow’s Long Record of Trying to Influence America’s Political System”

The New York Times reports today: [T]he absence of any concrete evidence in the report of meddling by the Kremlin was met with a storm of mockery on Saturday by  Russian politicians and commentators, who took to social media to … Continue reading

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