Not only did Barack Obama know about the Russia collusion hoax, but evidence has come out that may indicate that he was behind it all the time. In October 2016, just weeks before the election, Obama approved a statement that accused Russia of stealing the emails from the DNC, a fact that has been largely debunked. In fact, there is no proof whatsoever that the DNC servers were ever hacked at all, according to CrowdStrike, the company hired by the DNC to examine their servers.
Shawn Henry, President of CrowdStrike testified under oath before the House Intelligence Committee:
- “There are times when we can see data exfiltrated, and we can say conclusively. But in this case it appears it was set up to be exfiltrated, but we just don’t have the evidence that says it actually left.”
- “There’s not evidence that they were actually exfiltrated. There’s circumstantial evidence but no evidence that they were actually exfiltrated.”
- “There is circumstantial evidence that that data was exfiltrated off the network. … We didn’t have a sensor in place that saw data leave. We said that the data left based on the circumstantial evidence. That was the conclusion that we made.”
- “Sir, I was just trying to be factually accurate, that we didn’t see the data leave, but we believe it left, based on what we saw.”
- Asked directly if he could “unequivocally say” whether “it was or was not exfiltrated out of DNC,” Henry told the committee: “I can’t say based on that.”
The Epoch Times reports:
President Barack Obama approved a statement by the U.S. intelligence community in October 2016 accusing Russia of stealing emails from the Democratic National Committee (DNC), despite the U.S. government not having obtained the DNC server images crucial to ascertaining whether Moscow was involved in the theft.
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.
“The president approved the statement. I know he wanted us to make the statement. So that was very definitely a statement by the United States government, not just Jim Clapper and me,” Johnson told the House Intelligence Committee in June 2017, referring to then-Director of National Intelligence James Clapper.
So, we now know for a fact that Obama approved of the release of information that there was absolutely no proof of just before the election. This was obviously done in my opinion to sway the voters in favor of Hillary Clinton and it might have worked except Clinton was one of the worst candidates of all time.
In addition, we also know that the Obama administration spied on Donald Trump by illegally getting a FISA warrant against Carter Page. With all we know that the Democrats did in trying to win the 2016 election, why should you doubt they rigged the 2020 election. And remember, people have pleaded guilty to illegal ballot harvesting already.