The infamous hacker known as Guccifer 2.0 has come out of hiding and slammed the US intelligence report about Russian involvement in the hack on the DNC servers, saying it was "crude fake" evidence.
The hacker or hacking group admitted breaching the DNC computer network by easily exploiting a software vulnerability and deny any ties with Russia, or Putin.
For over a month, the US administration and intelligence community has placed blame on Russia for the hack, claiming they attempted to influence the US elections.
Donald trump seems to have taken the bait, saying in his last press conference, "it was probably Russia". However, he has repeatedly stated that Hillary Clinton lost the election because she was campaigning in the wrong states and that the hack had nothing to do with the outcome of the election.
Recently John McAfee, the well known cyber security expert has analyzed the FBI claims and called them false, saying "America is being propagandized by the FBI against Russia".
On Thursday, the lame duck president sent 3000 troops to Poland as a show of force against Russia, which seems to have angered Putin. Before that, they expelled 35 Russian diplomats, and a chef, claiming they were spies.
“These actions threaten our interests, our security,” President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov said. “Especially as it concerns a third party building up its military presence near our borders. It’s not even a European state.”
What can the US intelligence community stand to gain from antagonizing Putin? Why are they trying to start a war with him. The US military seems to regularly start conflicts around the globe. An unused military is one that doesn't need much funding. But when their is a threat of war, then the money starts flooding in.
It is quite obvious this is becoming a false flag event and Russia did not hack the DNC. The US intelligence community is making up this false claim that they did. We hope the American public is smart enough to turn off the Clinton News Network (CNN) so they can see this truth.
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