WIKILEAKS BOMBSHELL: Documents Reveal CIA has Ability to Mimic Russian Hacking

So, while looking over the Wikileaks CIA document dump, radio host Rush Limbaugh noticed something that should peak everyone’s interest. The CIA has a program called UMBRAGE that mimics, wait for it, Russian hackers. Yeah, not something you want to hear…

“By the way, in the WikiLeaks dump today of thousands and thousands of documents from the CIA, do you know what is included? A little program called UMBRAGE,” he said. “What this program is, apparently the CIA has the ability to mimic Russian hackers. In other words, the CIA has the ability to hack anybody they want and make it look like the Russians are doing it.”

Would it be unfathomable to think some at the higher echelons of the Deep State, in Obama’s CIA, mimicked Russian hackers to set up Trump?

“Isn’t that interesting, given everything we’ve been told about the election? ‘The Russians hacked the election, that the Russians did this, the Russians did that.’ So far we don’t have any evidence the Russians did anything! But we have all kinds of supposition that the American deep state is deeply involved in whatever sabotage is being conducted on the Trump administration,” Limbaugh said.

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There’s no evidence for anything really.

“The evidence the Russians were involved? Nobody’s got it. Everybody runs around and talks about it as though it’s a fait accompli, but there isn’t any evidence,” Limbaugh noted.

As usual, Trump’s instincts and timing are perfect. Is the leaker a supporter of Trump’s in the Deep State? Did Trump know something when he tweeted over the weekend?

If Russia wanted Trump to win, they are quite clever to pick someone who wants to make the USA more powerful, richer, and safer. The Russians are fooling everyone with that maneuver. Very tricky of them.


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