According to federal documents about statements made by Jeh Johnson, it has always been known that in October 2016, President Barack Obama approved a statement by the U.S. intelligence community accusing Russia of stealing Democratic National Committee emails (DNC).
At the time, Johnson was the secretary of Homeland Defense.
We know that the FBI never inspected DNC server infrastructure. We also know that the DNC engaged Crowdstrike to conduct forensics, but security experts disputed their findings, and the media never questioned this.
Then, Crowdstrike President Sean Henry testified to Congress that Crowdstrike had no proof of file extraction, and those forensics indicated an internal breach; yet, the coverup of all of this helped Hillary R. Clinton win the 2016 presidential election.
And what we are learning now is that the president at the time, Barack H. Obama, was involved.
Even though the U.S. government did not obtain the DNC server images necessary to determine whether Moscow was involved in the theft of DNC material, the message went out and triggered an avalanche of corruption that would damage a willing US President and eventually put all of his supporters in danger at the hands of a highly centralized organization that was out of control.
Therefore, there are several suspect behaviors, acts, and data to investigate, but the lapdog media does nothing. Independent media has been required to advance all of these stories.
FBI documents recently made public during the prosecution of Michael Sussmann reveal that on Oct. 13, 2016, far after the revelation that “the Russians did it,” the FBI was still in the process of requesting images of the DNC’s servers.
“The server images, which are equivalent to a virtual copy of the alleged crime scene, were taken by the private cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike,”, according to a report from The Epoch Times this week.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
And Obama knew about it all.
In a Thursday Epoch Times article, titled: Obama Approved Accusing Russia of DNC Hack Before FBI Received DNC Server Images, By Ivan Pentchoukov we find out for sure that Obama was all the way sold out for the plan. He knew and he approved:
On Oct. 7, six days before CrowdStrike agreed to mail the server images to the FBI, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) released a statement accusing Russia of hacking U.S. political organizations and disseminating emails allegedly stolen through the hack. The statement was approved and encouraged by Obama, according to then-DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson. Read more…