by Pamela Williams
It looks like we have “fake” news mixed up with “real” news again. The WASHINGTON POST did a story linking the Russian government to hacking the presidential election to help Donald Trump. It has been promoted in mainstream media, and now President Obama has launched a full investigation by the United States Intelligence Services.
However, the FBI reported they did not find evidence beyond a reasonable doubt that the Russian Government did such a thing. The POST reported that a secret CIA report had been presented to lawmakers on Capitol Hill allegedly saying there was information linking Russia to the election hackings in favor of President-elect Trump.
Now, the CIA is saying the POST got it wrong…in fact, they allegedly lied. At this point I think the whole thing is a mess, and I don’t see how the American people can decipher the “real” news from the “fake” news. As far as the WASHINGTON POST goes, it seems to me they are a voice for the Democrats. At this point, I think the Democratic Party has breached what should be acceptable in an post-election climate. President-elect Donald Trump won the election, and America knows that. WE THE PEOPLE spoke, but the Democratic Party does not want to accept that. Why?
I think the whole Democratic Party is in violation of the Hatch Act! They are interfering in the Inauguration phase of the election by violating the rights of the American people to a peaceful and free election and the acceptance of the outcome of an election. The Clinton campaign has created such chaos for the American people with the email scandal, and now they along with other Democrats are trying to interfere in the Inauguration of President-elect Trump. Americans are nervous wrecks and absolutely fed up. Stop with the fighting and stop disputing the word of the American people. We went, we voted, and HE WON. Hillary Clinton should understand that. End of my commentary.
The Washington Post, in a front-page splash on Friday, fingered the CIA for allegedly confirming the wild rumors of Russian hacking that were concocted and spread by Democratic lawmakers for months preceding the election and the weeks since the GOP win. The Washington Post’s story, however, contained no CIA sources and in fact, no credible U.S. intelligence agency sources whatsoever. Instead, it hinged on what unnamed lawmakers had supposedly been told by unidentified, supposed CIA-linked sources in “secret” briefings: That the CIA had developed proof the Russian state waged an orchestrated campaign to destabilize the U.S. election to benefit GOP-candidate Trump.
“It’s an outright lie,” a CIA analyst divulged to True Pundit. “There’s nothing definitive like that. There are leads from activity originating in Finland, Italy, Norway, Sweden, Britain, France, China and Russia.”
Multiple CIA sources are now denouncing the Washington Post for knowingly reporting misleading national security intelligence. Intelligence insiders said no one in the Agency or in the FBI, who is running at least one parallel inquiry, has ruled out a possible internal leak within the Democratic National Committee from actor(s) inside the United States who funneled private DNC emails to WikiLeaks.
White House denies that Russia hacked election for Donald Trump win