Did the Democrats collude with Russian hackers? After FBI Director James Comey's testimony before the House Intelligence Committee yesterday, it is becoming increasingly difficult to deny that the answer is yes.
The facts are there for anyone who cares to look. Russian hackers accessed DNC servers as early as 2015 and dumped a trove of documents on Wikileaks in the summer of 2016, leading to the embarrassment and resignation of DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Comey testified yesterday that the FBI requested access to these servers multiple times as part of their investigation, but the DNC refused to comply. Comey further testified that there was evidence of "limited penetration" of RNC domains.
What can we conclude? The answer should be obvious, though it has been consistently ignored in the mainstream Fake News media. The Democrats colluded with Russian hackers to penetrate the Republicans in an effort to dig up dirt and influence the election in their favor. Because Republicans are clearly superior in every way, including cyber-security, the penetration was very limited, and in any case, there was no dirt in the first place. In order to deflect suspicion, the Democrats had also instructed the Russians to hack their own servers, and Wasserman Schultz was sacrificed. Indeed, it's likely that this had been the intent from the beginning of her tenure -- why else would someone of such obvious incompetence become chairwoman in the first place? And why else would Democrats obstruct the FBI investigation?
These conclusions are virtually unassailable. But if the reader is in doubt, she needs only to look to the recent past. It was former-President Obama who admitted he wanted to "reset" relations with Russia. It was former-Secretary of State and failed Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton who gave Russians one-fifth of the uranium supply of the United States. It was former Vice-President Joe Biden who was never shy about expressing and indeed, publicly demonstrating, his love of Russian Standard vodka. Coincidence?