The Cyber Revolt that Saved the Republic?
There is a never ending war that continues to transpire between patriots and globalists. The globalists are not playing fair as they have people in high places who specialize in the nefarious. Regardless, we owe a huge debt of gratitude to the brave men and women who’ve sacrificed everything for the future of this country. They are our inspiration and fortitude to stand our ground and persevere.
The information and truth wars have only just begun. Wake up your friends and neighbors and pray for those who have our back!
It has been several weeks since the New York Times reported that “overwhelming circumstantial evidence” led the CIA to believe that Russian President Vladimir Putin “deployed computer hackers” to help Donald Trump win the election. But the evidence released so far has been far from overwhelming.
The long anticipated Joint Analysis Report issued by the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI on Dec. 29 met widespread criticism in the technical community. Worse still, some of the advice it offered led to a very alarmist false alarm about supposed Russian hacking into a Vermont electric power station.
Advertised in advance as providing proof of Russian hacking, the report fell embarrassingly short of that goal. The thin gruel that it did contain was watered down further by the following unusual warning atop page 1: “DISCLAIMER: This report is provided ‘as is’ for informational purposes only. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) does not provide any warranties of any kind regarding any information contained within.”
The distract and divert tactics of the media is confirmed and their credentials revoked. By exposing the extorted and the frauds in both government and the media we reclaim an opportunity to set things right. Watch and be sober, for these are tumultuous times.
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