On December 17th, WSB-TV reported that Department of Homeland Security was caught, possibly, tampering with state election databases. An IP address resolved to DHS was found in the states of Georgia, West Virginia and Kentucky. Kentucky is also one of the states that had election results one week prior to the General election published by KFVS-12.
In the meantime mainstream media directed our attention to Russia claiming that they had ‘leaked’ the Clinton/Podesta emails. Julian Assange of Wikileaks, the publisher of said emails, denied that claim.
Now we have the very same organization, Department of Homeland Security, moving to take over the state process of elections!
“The Obama administration on Friday afternoon announced that it has designated the country’s election infrastructure as ‘critical,’ a move that brings added federal protections to voting systems.
“Given the vital role elections play in this country, it is clear that certain systems and assets of election infrastructure meet the definition of critical infrastructure, in fact and in law,” Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson said in a statement.
The administration has been weighing the move for some time. The announcement coincides with a report from the Intelligence Community detailing its assessment that Russia undertook a widespread influence and cyber campaign targeted at helping Donald Trump win the White House.”
Youtuber Scott Binsack sums it up pretty well in this video.
Is this a move to dismiss these election results? If so, clearly the presidential winner that was ‘slated to win’ should be omitted! Secondly, the ‘slated winners’ in each state should be investigated for their connection to this event. To allow an organization that is clearly involved to have further, unconstitutional, authority is simply INSANE! It is further clear that the reason that this ‘hack’ failed is the amazing turn out for President-elect Trump. This should be strictly his new administrations call and not one to ‘buy-time’ so that a ‘potential war’ with Russia can be escalated.