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They searched for an enemy, and named that enemy to be Russia. The Democrats figured it made all the sense in the world. Conservatives historically see Russia as the enemy. The Soviet Union was the empire determined to destroy America. Mitt Romney, in the 2012 Presidential Election said that we had more to worry about regarding Russia than anyone else. According to the Republican Candidate, Russia was an enemy we should not disregard or underestimate. They were, and are, truly our greatest geo-political enemy. The Democrats were determined to use everything at their disposal to try and steal the election, and they were ready to blame Russia for all of it.
You will get no argument that Russia is not our friend. I agree, Russia is our historic enemy. While they are no longer the communist beast they once were on the surface, the elements of that regime and bygone era of communism remains in the underground corridors of the country's hidden state. Putin cannot be trusted. He's as Marxist as his predecessors. However, in the global scheme of things, we have to at least deal with them on a limited basis, and while I have no doubt that if they could, they would try to meddle in our elections, out of the gate, common sense dictates that they would meddle in the election to get a Democrat elected, not a member of the Grand Ol' Party.
That all said, the Democrats, aside from President John F. Kennedy, never considered Russia to be the great enemy that the Republicans always did. Communism, after all, leans in the same political direction the Democrats wish to go. If anything, I only have two explanations why the Democrats suddenly think that Russia is an enemy greater than anyone else at the moment. One, because they are no longer communist (at least on paper for the public to see), so in the eyes of the Democrats, they have abandoned the cause. Two, to stop Trump, who is a dried up piece of boot leather that is screwing up their meat grinder of a bureaucratic system.
And, since conservatives have always felt Russia is the enemy, who better to blame for election interference, and collusion with by Trump, than Russia?
Except, Russia is not exactly the same evil empire it was when Ted Kennedy sought their help during the Ronald Reagan presidency. Vladimir Putin is not so quick to play ball with the Democrats, and he is a much more shrewd leader than his predecessors. He understands that statism is accepted more easily when delivered in smaller doses, and the Democrats have forgotten that little nugget of reality and since the election of Obama have been trying to force-feed Americans their own version of Marxism hand over fist. If anything, I am starting to believe the American Left has become more socialist than the former Soviet Union.
The truth is, the Democrats have gotten to the point that they will stop at almost nothing to get their communist state in place. I believe they are even hoping for a Bolshevik-style bloody revolution. They have the pieces in place with their control of the media, entertainment industry and academia; along with the violence by their own Brown Shirts in the form of Black Lives Matter, Antifa, and the various snowflakes who are ready to mobilize into action on virtually every college campus in the country. But, they know they still have to use a relative amount of stealth, and find a scapegoat just in case the American Public began to become the wiser. So, while the narrative had to be "Russia, Russia, Russia," the work was actually being done by the American Left.
New information, in fact, has emerged from a document published revealing that the hacking of the DNC emails blamed on Russia were actually downloaded by a person with physical access to a computer possibly connected to the internal DNC network. The individual most likely used a USB drive to copy the information. The groundbreaking new analysis irrevocably destroys the Russian hacking narrative.
The data that was eventually published by Guccifer 2.0 under the title "NGP-VAN." This should not be confused with the separate publication of the DNC emails by Wikileaks.
Disobedient Media previously reported that Crowdstrike is the only group that has directly analyzed the DNC servers. An evaluation based solely on information was ultimately provided by Crowdstrike, placing the company in the unique position of being the only direct source of evidence that a hack occurred.
From Zero Hedge:
Carter recently spoke to Disobedient Media, explaining that he had been contacted by The Forensicator, who had published a document which contained a detailed analysis of the data published by Guccifer 2.0 as "NGP-VAN."
The document states that the files that eventually published as "NGP-VAN" by Guccifer 2.0 were first copied to a system located in the Eastern Time Zone, with this conclusion supported by the observation that "the .7z file times, after adjustment to East Coast time fall into the range of the file times in the .rar files." This constitutes the first of a number of points of analysis which suggests that the information eventually published by the Guccifer 2.0 persona was not obtained by a Russian hacker.
The Forensicator stated in their analysis that a USB drive was most likely used to boot Linux OS onto a computer that either contained the alleged DNC files or had direct access to them. They also explained to us that in this situation one would simply plug a USB drive with the LinuxOS into a computer and reboot it; after restarting, the computer would boot from the USB drive and load Linux instead of its normal OS. A large amount of data would then be copied to this same USB drive.
In this case, additional files would have been copied en masse, to be "pruned" heavily at a later time when the 7zip archive now known as NGP-VAN was built. The Forensicator wrote that if 1.98 GB of data had been copied at a rate of 22.6 MB/s and time gaps t were noticed at the top level of the NGP-VAN 7zip file were attributed to additional file copying, then approximately 19.3 GB in total would have been copied. In this scenario, the 7zip archive (NGP-VAN) would represent only about 10% of the total amount of data that was collected.
The very small proportion of files eventually selected for use in the creation of the "NGP-VAN" files were later published by the creators of the Guccifer 2.0 persona. This point is especially significant, as it suggests the possibility that up to 90% of the information initially copied was never published.
The use of a USB drive would suggest that the person first accessing the data could not have been a Russian hacker. In this case, the person who copied the files must have physically interacted with a computer that had access to what Guccifer 2.0 called the DNC files. A less likely explanation for this data pattern where large time gaps were observed between top level files and directories in the 7zip file, can be explained by the use of 'think time' to select and copy 1.9 GB of individual files, copied in small batches with think time interspersed. In either scenario, Linux would have been booted from a USB drive, which fundamentally necessitates physical access to a computer with the alleged DNC files.
The Forensicator believed that using the possible 'think-time' explanation to explain the time-gaps was a less likely explanation for the data pattern available, with a large amount of data most likely copied instantaneously, later "pruned" in the production of the Guccifer 2.0's publication of the NGP-VAN files.
Both the most likely explanation and the less likely scenario provided by The Forensicator's analysis virtually exclude the possibility of a Russian or remote hacker gaining external access to the files later published as "NGP-VAN." In both cases, the physical presence of a person accessing a containing DNC information would be required.
Importantly, The Forensicator concluded that the chance that the files had been accessed and downloaded remotely over the internet were too small to give this idea any serious consideration. He explained that the calculated transfer speeds for the initial copy were much faster than can be supported by an internet connection. This is extremely significant and completely discredits allegations of Russian hacking made by both Guccifer 2.0 and Crowdstrike.
This conclusion is further supported by analysis of the overall transfer rate of 23 MB/s. The Forensicator described this as "possible when copying over a LAN, but too fast to support the hypothetical scenario that the alleged DNC data was initially copied over the Internet (esp. to Romania)." Guccifer 2.0 had claimed to originate in Romania. So in other words, this rate indicates that the data was downloaded locally, possibly using the local DNC network. The importance of this finding in regards to destroying the Russian hacking narrative cannot be overstated.
If the data is correct, then the files could not have been copied over a remote connection and so therefore cannot have been "hacked by Russia."
The use of a USB drive would also strongly suggest that the person copying the files had physical access to a computer most likely connected to the local DNC network. Indications that the individual used a USB drive to access the information over an internal connection, with time stamps placing the creation of the copies in the East Coast Time Zone, suggest that the individual responsible for initially copying what was eventually published by the Guccifer 2.0 persona under the title "NGP-VAN" was located in the Eastern United States, not Russia.
As the Russia, Russia, Russia narrative is falling apart because of a lack of evidence, the other method the Democrats tried to steal the election, which was through fraudulent voters such as illegal aliens, is also being exposed, and the Democrats are trying to do all they can to make sure the Trump administration does not have access to the States' voter rolls so as to reveal the evidence of wrong-doing.
Out of what has been released, however, the presence of voter fraud is definitely being uncovered.
One of the States to agree to go under examination is Colorado, and as soon as that decision was made, hundreds of people in each district started withdrawing their registrations - which tells us they did not want to get caught, and knew they were doing something wrong from the start.
A spokesman out of Denver, Colorado said that over 175 people in that area immediately withdrew their registration forms.
In Arapahoe County, a similar number of people withdrew their registrations. 160 people withdrew their registrations when the average number of withdrawals is 10.
Meanwhile, the media is trying to assist the Democrats with their deception, and attempt to hide the truth. CNN got caught up in a lie regarding the number of states resisting the committee. The news company reported that Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, along with 43 other states, refused to uphold the committee.
Kobach explained that the numbers given by CNN were false. The truth is, only 14 states refused to comply. The news network was yet again publishing falsified news, and this happens around the same time they extorted a blogger regarding his "Trump body-slams CNN" gif.
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