OBAMA IS GETTING IN ON THE ACTION: Orders ‘Full Review’ of Election-Related HACKING

obama_angry_2012_8_6The Dems are having a hard time accepting that they got their @**’s handed to them this election. Such a hard time that the president is looking into the hacking allegations that don’t seem to exist. Hillary probably got him on the phone and threatened him or something.

As Politico reports:

President Barack Obama has ordered a “full review” of hacking-relating activity aimed at disrupting last month’s presidential election and he expects that report before he leaves office on Jan. 20, a top White House official said Friday.

“We may be crossed into a new threshold and it is incumbent upon us to take stock of that, to review, to conduct some after-action, to understand what this means, what has happened and to impart those lessons learned,” Obama counterterrorism and homeland security adviser Lisa Monaco told reporters at a breakfast arranged by the Christian Science Monitor.

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U.S. intelligence officials have blamed the Russian government for pre-election hacking of Democratic officials and political committees. Several Democratic senators have asked Obama to declassify more details about the attacks and why the U.S. concluded the Russians were behind them.

The most transparent administration ever wouldn’t commit to sharing the results of the review, but said it would be shared with “a range of stakeholders,” including members of Congress.

Now, this latest move — like the others in the works — would not overturn the election results, but would stand to potentially cast a shadow on President-elect Trump’s victory.

Exactly the Obama administration’s intent, of course. Since when have they been concerned about the cybersecurity of Hillary Clinton?


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