BREAKING: Obama’s CIA Chief Responsible for Election Hacking, NOT Russia

Democrats tried every trick in the book to prevent Donald Trump from winning the 2016 election. In some states, they passed laws to allow illegal aliens to illegally vote. Now it seems that at least one Democrat faithful to Barack Obama may have been responsible for the hacking and interference of the 2016 election and then tried to place the blame on the Russians, hoping to somehow reverse the results of the election.

Thursday has NOT been a banner day for the CIA (or the FBI). Dueling stories have exposed the profound failures of the CIA during the Obama administration.

In one story we finally learn that Russia was NOT behind the hacks that exposed so much embarrassing information from the CIA. Instead the CIA and FBI are now admitting that it was an insider, and the CIA is currently hunting for that leaker. The second story explains how former CIA chief John Brennan worked hard to undermine the possibility of Donald Trump becoming President by leaking intelligence from our European allies to the rest of the government and to the media. It’s a sordid, and ugly story that finally proves just how dastardly, and underhanded Brennan truly is.

CBS News broke the story on the CIA leaks:

One also has to wonder if Brennan was acting on the orders of Barack Obama or did he do this on his own. Since there is still evidence that Obama was behind the IRS targeting of conservatives prior to the 2012 election, it would not surprise me to learn that he was behind this scandal as well. If this is proven to be true, then all parties involved need to be arrested, tried, convicted and sent to prison for a very long time.

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