Download Times Prove Julian Assange’s Words: DNC Hack Was An Inside Job
While Hillary loyalist and Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his hired liars lie and lie, inconvenient truths: DNC emails came from a USB device and were downloaded directly from DNC computers.
In the hysterical and calculated rush to frame the Trump administration on phony charges of ‘Russian Collusion,’ one singularly inconvenient fact proves empirically the Russians had nothing to do with the hacking of the Democratic National Committee computer system that resulted in the release of thousands of disgusting and embarrassing emails from Hillary Clinton’s inner circle in the homestretch of the 2016 Presidential election. And it’s been deliberately concealed and ignored by the media for more than a year.
Digital technology experts and multiple analysts have consistently confirmed what WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange told the world from the moment Hillary Henchman John Podesta’s emails became public shame: It wasn’t the Russians who hacked the DNC. Nor could it have been anyone else outside DNC headquarters. Documented download times from the leaked materials are simply too short to be anything but an inside drag and drop to a thumb drive or personal portable device. And finally, those reports are breaking the surface of the mainstream, albeit slowly.
While it has received little attention elsewhere, the August 15, 2017 edition of the New York Post contains an article which trumpets the hard facts of the DNC download parameters that situation observers have known for months and that computer experts say formulate ironclad refutation of the claims of Russian ‘hacking’ of the DNC. In that article, a group of former intelligence agency officers say evidence shows the DNC data was transferred to a USB stick at download speeds far too fast to be an internet connection. The group of former CIA and NSA officers known as VIPS, or Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity, says those two facts alone prove that the data was transferred by someone inside the building and with direct access to the DNC computers. No Russian ‘hacking,’ required, thank you very much.
Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange, from imprisoned exile inside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, has said repeatedly that the Russians had nothing to do with delivering the DNC data to his website which then published the contents in a series of uploads that put the Hillary Clinton campaign firmly in defense mode for most of the summer of 2016. While not naming his source, Assange has also dropped heavy hints (in interviews with independent media) that the insider who leaked the emails had suffered serious bodily harm or death for their willingness to disclose the documents. While Assange has been careful not to offer more detail, many observers believe Assange is referring to deceased DNC staffer Seth Rich, who was murdered in Washington D.C., on July 10, 2016, just weeks after the publication of the DNC emails. Assange has declined repeatedly to confirm that he’s talking specifically about Rich’s oddly-timed demise, but hasn’t ruled out revealing more at a later date.
Mainstream sources quickly dismissed the Seth Rich murder narrative as conspiracy theory, using the recent indictments of 12 ‘Russians’ as proof that Rich’s death had nothing to do with the DNC hack, despite the fact that the indictments offered have nothing to do with the hacking of the DNC, but are related to the placement of anti-Hillary social media stories and advertisements. This week, Wikipedia quickly updated the ‘Murder of Seth Rich,’ wiki page to definitively rule out any possibility of a DNC hacking connection to Rich’s death on the basis of the Russian indictments announced last week by Deputy Attorney General, Rod Rosenstein.