CNN’s Tapper Poses a Lie to Rep. Jackie Speier Who Responds by Lying


CNN’s Jake Tapper feigned shock that the DHS and FBI were not permitted to go through their computers after the hacking, ostensibly by Russians. Jeh Johnson testified yesterday he “was not pleased” that he was locked out.

First of all, we knew a year ago that this took place and we knew the FBI wasn’t allowed into the DNC computers. Instead, the Democrats hired an unreliable, private firm called CrowdStrike.

Secondly, Jackie Speier lied in response and said the seriousness of the situation was not presented to Debbie Wasserman-Schultz.

We ask, couldn’t Debbie figure that out on her own?

These people are infuriating. We’re not getting straight news.

The lies

Rep. Jackie Speier, a corrupt leftist, said no one came to Debbie to ask for the servers. Then, after some mild grilling by Tapper, she qualified the statement. She added that someone approached some low-level employee at the DNC. Speier was quoting Debbie.

Then-DNC Chair Wasserman-Schultz knew about the DNC being hacked years ago

Debbie Wasserman-Schultz discussed the Russian hack with Chuck Todd on June 14, 2016. The hacking began about a year before.

As an aside, Debbie, bragged at the time about the “extremely incredible, capable tech team” that discovered the hack.

But by December 2016, the NY Times reported the DNC had virtually no protections for their computers.

During the Todd interview, Debbie claimed the Russians allegedly only took opposition research about Donald Trump according to Debbie. Clearly that wasn’t true.

Where was Jake when Trump tweeted about it?

In January, Trump tweeted about the FBI not being allowed to look at the DNC computers. Does Jake not remember? Jake’s constantly knocking Trump’s tweets.

The DNC under Debbie suspiciously wiggled out of culpability

In very early January of this year, in a statement to WIRED, a senior FBI law enforcement official wrote in an email that “The FBI repeatedly stressed to DNC officials the necessity of obtaining direct access to servers and data, only to be rebuffed until well after the initial compromise had been mitigated.”

The DNC deputy communications director Eric Walker had a different story. He told Buzzfeed in an email: “The DNC had several meetings with representatives of the FBI’s Cyber Division and its Washington (DC) Field Office, the Department of Justice’s National Security Division, and U.S. Attorney’s Offices, and it responded to a variety of requests for cooperation, but the FBI never requested access to the DNC’s computer servers.”

According to the FBI official, “This left the FBI no choice but to rely upon a third party for information. These actions caused significant delays and inhibited the FBI from addressing the intrusion earlier.”

This is usually called obstruction of justice.

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