Reuters: Top U.S. Spy Agency Disagrees With CIA Assessment on Russia Hacking

CIA claim doesn’t hold up within intelligence community. —>


Reuters’ Mark Hosenball and Jonathan Landay reported on 12/13 that overseers of the U.S. intelligence community haven’t aligned with the CIA claim that Russia influenced the election by hacking into DNC servers and feeding incriminating information to Wikileaks.

President-elect Donald Trump referred to the CIA allegations as “ridiculous” in a series of tweets.

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) believes hacking operations emanating from Moscow exist, but the agency doesn’t believe the Russians had anything to do with Wikileaks.  There is simply no evidence to prove intent, nor are there any on-the-record sources corroborating the CIA’s outrageous claim.

The alleged Russian connection to the 2016 election is nothing more than a fake news story propagated by the CIA-connected (through Jeff Bazos) Clinton mouthpiece Washington Post designed to discredit Trump’s epic November 8 victory.

Combined with failed candidate Crooked Hillary Clinton stealing the popular vote by way of fraud, the globalist establishment might be attempting to circumvent the will of the people by rendering this election null and void due to the popular vote and the so-called Russian DNC hacking.

Although Trump achieved a remarkable victory on 11/8, it’s prudent for the president-elect and his supporters not to let their guard down until the real estate mogul officially takes office.

Until then, anything can happen.

Read more about this below:

The overseers of the U.S. intelligence community have not embraced a CIA assessment that Russian cyber attacks were aimed at helping Republican President-elect Donald Trump win the 2016 election, three American officials said on Monday.

While the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) does not dispute the CIA’s analysis of Russian hacking operations, it has not endorsed their assessment because of a lack of conclusive evidence that Moscow intended to boost Trump over Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton, said the officials, who declined to be named.


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Benjamin Knight, the founder of We the Vigilant and host of The Maverick Podcast, was born in Engelwood, New Jersey. He is a Bible believing Christian, a right-wing Libertarian and a nationalist who is dedicated to fighting back against cultural Marxism and globalism. In his free time, Knight enjoys triggering leftists, shooting guns and being an American.

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