Roger Stone Asks Court For Proof That Russia Hacked DNC Server: Entire Russian Collusion Narrative Now in Jeopardy

Elder Patriot  – Roger Stone, longtime confidant to President Trump, has filed a motion in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia seeking to compel the release of un-redacted versions of the Crowdstrike reports.

We’ve been suspicious since news of the DNC server “hack” first broke that it was a smokescreen to shift the narrative from the damaging material that was being released to a Russian collusion conspiracy to cast shade on Donald Trump instead of Hillary Clinton and her band of corrupt Democrats.

We questioned why the FBI expressed no interest in examining the DNC server and chose to rely on a DNC contractor to do the work.

We also questioned why the FBI made no attempt to question the single most significant witness in the case, Julian Assange..

Without a provable linkage between Assange and Russia there simply is no case to support the Russian hacking story.

Cybersecurity legend John McAfee agreed:

“I’m going to be very frank with you and the American public.  I think that today the most deceptive propaganda to date was perpetrated on the American public.  The data that was presented, the evidence, was called from a thing called the Grizzly step report put together jointly by Homeland Security and the FBI.  In there are four facts which they claim prove that Russia did the attack. It was utter nonsense.”

The four facts followed by McAfee’s logic:

  1. The malware contained Russian language.  The Russians are more sophisticated than to leave those fingerprints.
  2. A Cyrillic keyboard was used.  Again, the Russians would’ve hidden their tracks by using readily available keyboards from elsewhere say China.
  3. The compiler’s date and time stamp were accepted as accurate even though a seventh grader would be able to change both to throw off investigators.
  4. The IP address pointed to a Russian address.

If Russia was intent on being blamed for the hacks by so amateurishly leaving their fingerprints everywhere why did they go through the bother of using Wikileaks to disseminate the information?

We wrote about McAfee’s assessment in early January of 2017, before Donald Trump was ever inaugurated.  Nearly two-and-a-half years later McAfee’s concerns are still being ignored. (read more)

Even Barack Obama’s Secretary of Homeland Security, Jeh Johnson, expressed his concerned about the government’s failure to gain access to examine the DNC server, when he testified before the House Intelligence Committee in June of 2017.

Reading from a prepared statement, Johnson told the committee:

“Sometime in 2016 I became aware of a hack into systems of the Democratic National Committee. Fresh from the experience with the Office of Personnel Management, I pressed my staff to know whether DHS was sufficiently proactive, and on the scene helping the DNC identify the intruders and patch vulnerabilities. The answer, to the best of my recollection, was not reassuring.

The DNC blocked the DHS from examining the server just as it had blocked the FBI, before. (read more)

Acting Attorney General Rod Rosenstein had appointed Robert Mueller Special Counsel by the time Johnson appeared before the Intelligence Committee.  Mueller had taken over the investigation into Russian interference by that time.

How could FBI Director James Comey and later Robert Mueller both not think it important to affirm that the hacking was definitely committed by Russia before they attempted to remove a president and destroyed so many people in the process? (read more)

Then there’s Julian Assange who is accused of using WikiLeaks as the go between for Russia and the media.

Wouldn’t it be important to at least hear what Assange has to say?  After all, he’s denied that Wikileaks worked with any state party.

There was also significant evidence/testimony to contradict the official narrative, as well.

When Assange was arrested and extradited to the United States, Rosenstein said that it will take the U.S. some time to extradite WikiLeaks leader Julian Assange from the U.K. in order to prosecute him.

Why would that be?  Britain is an ally of ours.  The only reason to keep Assange hidden from the public is to prevent him from giving testimony.

As far as the corrupt influences within the CIA, DOJ, FBI and the State Department are concerned, as well as those who participated in the special counsel’s sham investigation, the longer Assange is silenced, the better.

The predicate for the entire, almost four-year-long, investigation runs the risk of being exposed as a lie – and therefore as an attempted coup – if Assange can produce credible evidence that the emails WikiLeaks released were not the result of Russian hacking. (read more)

Now Roger Stone is challenging the government in court to put up or to shut up.

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