By News Desk Editor:
As the “Trump colluded with Russia” narrative continues to sputter and stammer from months of accusations but no evidence to support it, there are many unanswered questions about the DNC and their hacked servers.
President Trump has spoken recently of the fact that the server that contained John Podesta’s leaked emails has never been examined by a government agency – despite the fact that the media narrative for Russian “hacking” involves those emails.
The DNC refused to turn over the servers to DHS, instead opting to give them to a private firm, CrowdStrike, that has been the only source for the Russian theory. CrowdStrike is a firm that has a disproportionately high number of investors with ties to Google and others who have donated large sums of money to the the Democrat Party and to the Hillary Clinton campaign.
Given that we now know that NSA and other government agencies have the ability to hack and leave “fingerprints” to implicate others, i.e. “Russians”, it would seem that the only way to get an accurate assessment would be for DHS and other agencies to examine these servers.
Why then has this not happened? Why does the DNC not want anyone else to do a computer forensics examination other than the people they hired?
Could it be there are things the DNC does not wish to be uncovered?
An excellent article with more detail concerning this can be read at Fox News.
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