117 What a difference a few years and a purposeful lack of memory causes. When Romney blasted Russia as US's #1 enemy, the left here (in unison!!) mocked him for months!!
Now 'crowdsource' is able to find the culprit (russia!) in 2 hours, and the left takes it hook, line, and sinker!!! Guess who has crowdsource on the payroll. HRC who else!!
So the question stands, Why was hrc against russia buying US uranium interests, then why was she for it? The dr left REFUSES to answer a direct highly important (and relevant) question. Why?? Because they can't!!
YOu must be so proud of her russina ReSet that you're having wet dreams in heaven! She was so smart and insightful!!
Their assertions don't hold water in the light of four facts:
1. Russia's cyber warfare system is still mostly a "black hole" for the West. Although it is highly effective, very little is known about its methods of operation, organizational structures, scale of cooperation with counterparts in other countries, and the tools and resources at its disposal.
Had any branch of Russian intelligence been responsible for the hacking the Democratic party's servers, no obvious signatures, such as the terms "Fancy Bear," and "Cozy Bear" that were discovered, would have been left behind for investigators to find.
2. Intelligence organizations, including those of Russia, are usually fully focused on seeking security, strategic and economic data. It his hard to see Russian military intelligence, whose resources are stretched, expending time and manpower on digging out the DMC;s views of Bernie Sanders' religiosity.
3. Then, too, CrowdStrike's claim to have cracked the case in two hours is hardly credible. Getting to the bottom of an APT (Advanced Persistent Threat) calls for extra-powerful computers, working in conjunction with the internet service provider (ISP), and consuming weeks, if not months of analysis.
4. Attributing the hacking attack to the Russians provided US agencies with a convenient reminder that the most notorious leaker of classified US documents, Edward Snowden, still lives safe from prosecution in Russian exile, and that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, remains in asylum at the Ecuadorean embassy in Britain.
The true identity of the hacker that sent the cat among the Democratic party pigeons, at the most damaging moment for Hillary Clinton, remains the subject of conjecture for lack of firm proof. The leading suspects are may well be one or more of her party opponents.
But although the current crisis may be glossed over in the interim to allow the convention and nomination to take its course, the Clinton campaign up until November is more than likely to be bedeviled by fresh e-mails leaked via WikiLeaks or other means that are just as embarrassing.