Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Hillary Clinton made a claim that 17 intelligence agencies “confirmed” Russia is trying to influence our elections.

ABC decided to “Fact Check” this statement.

However, if you actually look at their explanation for their grade it tells a different story.

The head of the U.S. intelligence community, overseeing 17 intelligence-related organizations, has said publicly that the community is “confident that the Russian Government directed” the recent hacks in an attempt “to interfere with the US election process.”

That’s right — one person who works for the Obama administration made that statement. That’s 1 person, not 17 agencies.

Clinton’s statement was also directed towards WikiLeaks and if you notice ABC deceptively leaves that out. Because this one man isn’t even talking about WikiLeaks.

In fact, WikiLeaks denies these claims.

Oh and the government has also arrested a bunch of 16 year olds, not Russians.

Even Politico whose leading correspondent has been revealed as a hack for the Clinton’s in WikiLeaks emails put out an article proving Clinton’s claims that the Russians are involved is a stretch and hard to prove.

Here are a couple excerpts from that article:

“It’s very hard to go verify what is true and what’s not,” said Laura Galante, a director of global intelligence at the firm FireEye. “Even the victims of the accounts that are getting exposed are having a hard time.”

“We have no way of knowing whether this is real or not unless Hillary Clinton goes through everything they’ve said and comes out and says it cross-correlates and this is true,” said Malcolm Nance, a former U.S. intelligence analyst who has spoken frequently in defense of the Democratic nominee and has made the case that the WikiLeaks releases contain manipulated information.

The media and ABC prove themselves once again deceptive in defense of Hillary Clinton. It’s absolutely disgusting and unacceptable. We will continue to expose them every step of the way!


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