A connection between the US and Russia during the 2016 Presidential election has been made. However, Hillary Clinton and the Democrats are NOT going to like it.
Ever since Donald Trump won the Presidency, the Democratic party has been desperate to delegitimize his victory. That effort has resulted in numerous allegations that Russia used hackers to attack and defeat opponent Hillary Clinton.
Investigations thus far have failed to confirm a connection until now.
Alleged Russian hacker, Yevgeny Nikulin, claims the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) offered him incentives to lie about his and Russia’s involvement in last year’s US election.
The true scandal is allegedly the FBI inciting a hacker to lie to create the Russian connection.
Nikulin, wanted by both the US and Russia, is currently in a Czech Republic prison cell. Both countries are wrangling for Nikulins extradition. A court date is set for late May to determine extradition, if any.
In a recently released letter, Nikulin stated the FBI approached him on two separate occassions and offered him incentives to make false claims.
“FBI agents promised Mr. Nikulin money, American citizenship and a free apartment for taking the fall over hacking Mrs. Clinton’s campaign, he alleged in a letter published Thursday by Nastoyashchoe Vremya, a Russian-language website.
“[They told me:] you will have to confess to breaking into Clinton’s inbox for [President Trump] on behalf of [Russian President Vladimir Putin],” Mr. Nikulin wrote, as translated by The Moscow Times.
“He was offered to falsely testify that he was cooperating in the attack on the Democratic Party,” defense attorney Martin Sadilek said Thursday, the Associated Press reported.”
Nikulin has been charged by a federal grand jury in California with hacking LinkedIn, Dropbox and Formspring, three San Francisco-based internet companies.
This correlates with other allegations about a false Russian connection.
The idea that the Russian connection was all fictional is supported by a recent Wikileaks release that the “blame Russia” plan was hatched within hours of Clinton’s election loss.
In Jonathan Allen’s book “Shattered” a Clinton insider claims the narrative to “blame Russia” was set in motion within twenty four hours of the loss.
A Wikileaks release of pages from that book alleges Clinton campaign manager John Podesta and Robby Mook, another Clinton campaign member, developed a strategy that would point fingers at Russia and an unfair election process.
The goal was to make “Russian hacking was the centerpiece of the argument.”
All of these accusations and allegations are unproven. But it is clear there are possibilities that the entire Russian connection is a contrived narrative to continue to delegitimize an outsider POTUS.
While the jury is still out, I theorize that rouge enterprises like Wikileaks and other alternative media will continue to find similar connections in the future. The main stream media will continue to ignore it and promote Clinton generated bedtime stories instead.
For these reasons, the American reader must continue to remain vigilant. Do your own research, stay informed and spread the word. Because no one else will fight the main stream media giants. It is up to you.