“Russia” special counsel Robert Mueller knows that the Russians did not actually hack the Democratic National Committee in 2016 and that the Christopher Steele dossier — which he still uses in his “investigation” — is false.
Andrew Joseph points out that Steele dossier alleged culprit Aleksej Gubarev, a Russian tech exec living in Cyprus. The dossier claimed Gubarev was involved in hacking Democrats, but Gubarev staunchly denies the claims, said that U.S. government investigators including Mueller never contacted him, and is suing Buzzfeed for publishing the Steele dossier that defamed him. Buzzfeed, desperate to prove Russian collusion, worked on a legal defense effort to fend off Gubarev. But not a word from Mueller about Gubarev.
There is much more evidence now that the Russians never had anything to do with hacking the DNC, there was no hack, and that Seth Rich was likely the Democrat insider who leaked John Podesta’s emails — which included references to Satanic “Spirit Cooking” — to WikiLeaks. A federal judge this week dismissed a lawsuit claiming that Trump and Roger Stone had something to do with colluding with Russians or WikiLeaks.
An in depth study of the documents published by the ‘Guccifer 2.0’ online persona by an independent researcher calling themselves “The Forensicator” concludes that the files were most likely obtained through a USB drive directly plugged into a DNC computer — not a shadowy Russian hacker.
Additionally, the report found that the files were copied five days before the murder of Seth Rich, a data analyst for the Democratic National Committee, who WikiLeaks has hinted may have been their source.
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