The DNC is insanely corrupt.
When WikiLeaks hacked the Democratic National Committee’s server and exposed their corruption, they even stabbed their own Bernie Sanders in the back.
But now, new evidence proves that the DNC is unequivocally hiding something on the server that almost no one has seen.
Trey Gowdy recently called out the DNC’s decision to deny Homeland Security and the FBI’s help in uncovering the culprit behind the hacking of their server.
Former FBI Director James Comey and former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson both offered their help, and both were also perturbed when it was declined.
Now why would they do that?
It’s because they’re nefariously trying to hide something.
Instead, they sought out a privatized cybersecurity firm called CrowdStrike to “investigate” the hacking.
Most likely so they could cover up whatever secrets are on the server by having the company sign a non-disclosure agreement.
They can cover their tracks with a privatized company that way, but not with federal intelligence agencies.
The Washington Times reported:
It is perhaps the key piece of forensic evidence in Russia’s suspected efforts to sway the November presidential election, but federal investigators have yet to get their hands on the hacked computer server that handled email from the Democratic National Committee.
Indeed, the only cybersecurity specialists who have taken a look at the server are from CrowdStrike, the Irvine, California-based private cybersecurity company that the DNC hired to investigate the hack — but which has come under fire itself for its work.
Some critics say CrowdStrike’s evidence for blaming Russia for the hack is thin. Members of Congress say they still believe Russia was responsible but wonder why the DNC has never allowed federal investigators to get a look at the key piece of evidence: the server.
Either way, a key ‘witness’ in the political scandal consuming the Trump administration remains beyond the reach of investigators.
“I want to find out from the company [that] did the forensics what their full findings were,” Sen. Lindsey Graham, a South Carolina Republican who is leading the Judiciary Committee’s inquiry, told The Washington Times.
Scrutinizing the DNC server hack and CrowdStrike’s analysis has not factored heavily in multiple probes exploring the Russia issue. But behind the scenes, discussions are growing louder, congressional sources say.
In recent days, questions about the server have taken on more importance as attention has focused on an email suggesting that the DNC and the Obama administration’s Justice Department were trying to limit the scope of the FBI’s investigation into Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s secret email account.
Mentioned in recent reporting and testimony from fired FBI Director James B. Comey, the correspondence reportedly shows Obama-era Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch privately assuring ‘someone in the Clinton campaign that the email investigation would not push too deeply into the matter.’
Some observers have wondered whether the information is real or is Russian disinformation.
The hacked server was last photographed in the basement of the DNC’s Washington headquarters near a file cabinet dating from the 1972 break-in of the DNC headquarters at the Watergate Hotel.
Both Republicans and Democrats say the DNC’s reaction to the hacking is troubling.
When the DNC’s refusal to let anyone look at their servers is a bipartisan issue, you know that whatever information they’re hiding would be extremely damaging if it was ever made public.
Federal warrants need to be obtained to retrieve the server and find out their secrets.