Russian Hacking Report a Political Hack Job?

By Allen West Republic

The recently released declassified Russian hacking of the election has all the earmarks of a political hack job. When you look at the contents and timing of the report it becomes even more suspect. In the declassified report there is no supporting data and no smoking gun. It is all inferred what the Russians may or may not have tried to do. Heck, part of the report was supplied by the DNC. Right?

As Written By Fred Fleitz for Fox News:

Friday night, during her last show on Fox News, Megyn Kelly asked former House Intelligence Committee Chairman Pete Hoekstra whether he accepted the conclusion by 17 intelligence agencies in a recently released declassified report that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election and that this interference came at the direction of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Hoekstra gave an answer many viewers of “The Kelly File” did not anticipate. He noted that the declassified report represents the views of only three intelligence agencies, not seventeen. Hoekstra also questioned why the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) did not co-author or clear the report and why it lacked dissenting views.

The declassified report issued on …read more

Source:: Allen West Republic

Russian Hacking Report a Political Hack Job?

By Allen West Republic

The recently released declassified Russian hacking of the election has all the earmarks of a political hack job. When you look at the contents and timing of the report it becomes even more suspect. In the declassified report there is no supporting data and no smoking gun. It is all inferred what the Russians may or may not have tried to do. Heck, part of the report was supplied by the DNC. Right?

As Written By Fred Fleitz for Fox News:

Friday night, during her last show on Fox News, Megyn Kelly asked former House Intelligence Committee Chairman Pete Hoekstra whether he accepted the conclusion by 17 intelligence agencies in a recently released declassified report that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election and that this interference came at the direction of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Hoekstra gave an answer many viewers of “The Kelly File” did not anticipate. He noted that the declassified report represents the views of only three intelligence agencies, not seventeen. Hoekstra also questioned why the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) did not co-author or clear the report and why it lacked dissenting views.

The declassified report issued on …read more

Source:: Allen West Republic