We all knew very well that Obama is a traitor and a liar. However, it turns out that he is not the only corrupted one. Apparently, the federal government also had its fingers into this year’s election hacking.
— Aaron Diamant (@AaronDiamantWSB) December 15, 2016
As reported by WSB-TV, after Georgia, two more states’ election agencies have confirmed suspected cyber attacks linked to the same U.S. Department of Homeland Security IP address. The two states reporting the suspected hacks were West Virginia and Kentucky.
“We need somebody to dig down into this story and figure out exactly what happened,” said Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp.
In the past week, the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office has confirmed 10 separate cyber attacks on its network over the past 10 months that were traced back to DHS addresses.
“We’re being told something that they think they have it figured out, yet nobody’s really showed us how this happened,” Kemp said. “We need to know.”
He says that the fact that two more states share the same revelation, is something to be concerned about.
“So now this just raises more questions that haven’t been answered about this and continues to raise the alarms and concern that I have,” Kemp said.
The main question is – Why would Obama’s DHS hack the George Secretary of State’s office after the election?
The Department of Homeland Security led by Jeh Johnson should answer.
Johnson told Kemp the department sourced the mid-November activity in Georgia to a federal contractor conducting what he called “normal” internet searches on the Secretary of State’s website. But Kemp says there’s a problem with that answer.
“We haven’t been able to recreate this the way they explained it to us,” Kemp said.
This proves that the election hacking had no ties to Russia, but it was an insider job.
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