...be it hackers, a state actor or some random whistleblower... they deserve a medal.
Instead... Canada's national broadcaster yet again, like their MSM sisters-in-sin, is out whoring for the criminal, lunatic left.Here comes the CBC... at its Boogeyman best.
Putin and the Russian government aspired to help president-elect Trump's election chances when possible by discrediting secretary Clinton and publicly contrasting her unfavourably to him."What was discreditable here was the conduct of Hillary Clinton and the DNC. Paying agitators to provoke violence at Trump rallies. Taking secret debate questions from news organisations. Covering up Hillary Clinton's obvious physical disability. The DNC sabotaging Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders. The list goes on.
The release of the emails led to embarrassing media coverage for Clinton and triggered the resignation of the DNC's chief.
And the CBC thinks the offense was bringing all these activities to the public's attention?
(nb. image borrowed from maggies farm)
RELATED: Let's pull this apart...
The administration also did not mention that the election hacking occurred largely because of Podesta’s own carelessness in using his security password. Moreover, it failed to acknowledge that the Republican National Committee was likewise targeted, but apparently had enough safeguards to prevent successful entry into its records.Read it all.
Finally, the administration refused to mention that Wikileaks founder Julian Assange went on the record saying that he did not receive the email trove from the Russians.
LAST WORD: A lame duck's last quack
The absence of any concrete evidence in the report of meddling by the Kremlin was met with a storm of mockery on Saturday by Russian politicians and commentators, who took to social media to ridicule the report as a potpourri of baseless conjecture.No, not Pravda... this is the New York Times.
The report provides no new evidence to support assertions that Moscow meddled covertly through hacking and other actions.