Monday, October 24, 2016

Hillary Lying About Rusian Hackers Too

Third debate moderator Chris Wallace pulled a quote from a speech Clinton had given to Brazilian bankers, about her wanting open borders across North and South America, noting he got the quote from WikiLeaks.

Instead of answering the question, Clinton pivoted and blamed the Russian government for the leaks:
   “the Russian government has engaged in espionage against Americans,” hacking “American websites, American accounts of private people, of institutions … in an effort, as 17 of our intelligence agencies have confirmed, to influence our election.”

Clinton criticized Trump for saying:
   “[Clinton] has no idea whether it’s Russia, China, or anybody else.”

Hillary Clinton was lying ... yet again.

There is no real evidence linking the DNC and Arizona and Illinois voting system hacks to the Russian government.

Only 2 US government agencies have speculated on the issue, not 17.

The 2 are The Office of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

They merely claimed the DNC attacks “are consistent with the methods and motivations of Russian-directed efforts.”

No one said they KNOW the Russians were behind the hacking.

Former high-ranking NSA intelligence official-turned-whistleblower, William Binney, suggested the cyber attack against the DNC hacker is likely to be “a disgruntled U.S. intelligence worker”.

Binney said the FBI and CIA have access to the NSA database and can access it without any oversight.

“So if the FBI really wanted [Clinton’s and the DNC emails] they can go into that database and get them right now.”

He believed the NSA has copies of all Clinton’s emails, “including the deleted correspondence.”

In the New York Times, Vladimir M. Fomenko said his server rental company, King Servers, is often used by hackers.

Fomenko said the hackers behind the attack against computerized election systems in Arizona and Illinois — which, like the DNC hack, were also linked to the Russian government by the FBI — had used his servers.

According to the 26-year-old Fomenko:
    “[w]e have the information. … If the FBI asks, we are ready to supply the I.P. addresses, the logs, … but nobody contacted us.”

“It’s like nobody wants to sort this out,” he added.

“The analysis of the internal data allows King Servers to confidently refute any conclusions about the involvement of the Russian special services in this attack,” he said on September 15, and the New York Times reported.

According to Fomenko, he found a trail left by the hackers through their contact with King Servers’ billing page, which leads to the next step in the chain “to bring investigators in the United States closer to the hackers.”

The clients used about 60 IP addresses to contact Fomenko, including addresses belonging to server companies in Finland, France, Italy, Norway, Britain, and Sweden.

With these addresses in hand, authorities could track the hackers down.

There is no real evidence linking the DNC and Arizona and Illinois voting system hacks to the Russian government.