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Brazile: FBI, after learning of the hacking of DNC emails, did nothing but contact the DNC IT department

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“She says the FBI, after learning of the problem, only contacted the DNC IT department. The IT contractor on the other end went looking for a compromised computer, didn’t find anything, and ‘let it go,’ she writes.”

Newsmax revealed last August that “the Democratic National Committee was not hacked by Russia — nor by anyone else — but instead was ‘an inside job by someone with access to the DNC’s system,’ according to a report in The Nation.”

The Nation is a hard-left propaganda rag. So when even they say the hack wasn’t done by the Russians, you know there is nothing to the Russian angle, despite the relentless Democratic pursuit of it. Yet Brazile writes: “By the time Debbie finally found out about the hack, the Russians had been in the system for almost a year without anyone noticing.”

It wasn’t the Russians. More from Newsmax: “‘There was no hack of the Democratic National Committee’s system on July 5 last year — not by the Russians, not by anyone else,’ according to the Nation’s report, referencing conclusions by a group of former NSA computer experts. ‘Hard science now demonstrates it was a leak — a download executed locally with a memory key or a similarly portable data-storage device. In short, it was an inside job by someone with access to the DNC’s system,’ the experts concluded, since a remote hack of the committee’s servers — with the volume of data stolen — would have been technologically impossible.”

Meanwhile, when the FBI found out about the hack, they did nothing but contact the DNC IT department.

So what did happen? Who was responsible for the leaks? Could there be a connection to the mysterious case, covered extensively here at the Geller Report (see here for a full recap), of the Muslim IT staffer Imran Awan, who had access to Wasserman Schultz’s computers as well as those of many other Democrats, and who Wasserman Schultz and other Dem leaders have been trying desperately to cover up and cover for over the last several months?

We may never find out the whole truth about all this. The agencies that are tasked to find it out, principally the FBI, are themselves so infiltrated and compromised that the truth may remain buried forever.

“Brazile blasts ‘incompetence’ in response to email hack at Wasserman Schultz-led DNC,” by Joseph Weber, Fox News, November 7, 2017:

Donna Brazile’s newly released 2016 campaign tell-all accuses the FBI and the Democratic National Committee she used to lead of a bungled response to the email hacks that threw the party into turmoil last summer.

In “Hacks,” Brazile writes that she only learned of the breach in early June 2016 when then-DNC Chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz informed her and other party officials that The Washington Post was set to publish a story on the matter.

Brazile describes Wasserman Schultz’ tone as “so casual.”

“On June 14, Debbie invited the Democratic Party officers to a conference call to alert us that a story about hacking the DNC that would be published in the Washington Post the following day,” Brazile writes. “That call was the first time we’d heard that there was a problem.”

About five weeks later, at the start of the Democratic National Convention, WikiLeaks released more than 19,000 emails, including ones that suggested Wasserman Schultz had helped Clinton win the nomination over rivals Bernie Sanders and others. The revelations ultimately led to Wasserman Schultz, of Florida, stepping down and Brazile becoming interim DNC chairwoman.

But the Brazile book laments “incompetence on both sides” that allegedly allowed the hacking problem to fester for months before top officials were made aware.

She says the FBI, after learning of the problem, only contacted the DNC IT department. The IT contractor on the other end went looking for a compromised computer, didn’t find anything, and “let it go,” she writes.

Brazile says this back-and-forth went on for weeks before the FBI provided additional details and the technician alerted a superior. Even then, it took seven months for Wasserman Schultz to be alerted.

“By the time Debbie finally found out about the hack, the Russians had been in the system for almost a year without anyone noticing,” Brazile writes, questioning why the FBI didn’t go directly to the DNC boss and why the IT contractor didn’t go straight to a superior. The FBI did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Fox News. …

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