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DAZED AND CONFUSED

March 25, 2017

The left is so baffled by the election of Donald J Trump into the executive office they had started calling for impeachment before the oath was given.

This along with the assertion that the Russians had interfered with the election and anything that the media could sling at the President made us as a nation look bad on the world stage.

It is not that these are not worthy of the attention, rather it’s the rabid way the left leaning media has decided to chase these stories, leaving the more deserving and dangerous stories untouched to suit their agenda.

What is happening at this moment is the Democrats are trying to save the Obama administration and all those involved with it from imprisonment. The DNC has gone with a tech firm called CrowdStrike to look into and push their narrative that the Russians hacked the DNC servers.

CrowdStrike has been proven untrustworthy when it was shown they presented a report that says Russia hack Ukrainian weaponry causing them not to work. The report has been debunked also the Ukraine has denied it ever happen. An article by Lee Stranahan laid the problems out. (Below are a few key points from the article.)

Instead of presenting counter-arguments to allow the general public to make up their own minds, the House committee has invited Shawn Henry and Dmitri Alperovitch from CrowdStrike,

The danger is especially high since the subject involves technical details that the public—and, frankly, most politicians—don’t understand and can be easily fooled about. A presentation with no rebuttal at all from other technical experts will lead to even more disinformation being given to the American people.

It is worth noting that CrowdStrike and Alperovitch’s story has evolved over time to match a Democrat narrative. In an article in Inc. on June 14, 2016, titled “Why the DNC Hired This Cybersecurity Firm to Fight Russian Spies,” Alperovitch claimed that the purpose of the DNC hack was to expose Donald Trump:

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