Bill Binney, the federal government’s top expert on computer hacking and other internet-related issues, has come forward with claims that the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) under Barack Obama actually fabricated “evidence” to push the infamous Russiagate conspiracy theory.
Binney, who worked as technical director at the National Security Agency (NSA) under George W. Bush, is the same whistleblower who boldly exposed that administration of faking “evidence” about “weapons of mass destruction” to legitimize invading and waging war against Iraq.
Concerning the leftist attempt to dethrone Donald Trump from the White House over claims that he “conspired” with the Russians to “steal the election,” Binney says that this is yet another example of deep state tampering with the truth, and that the whole thing was completely made-up.
Obama’s CIA, Binney contends, defrauded the American people by falsely leading them to believe that Russia had “hacked” the computers of two-time failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and the Democrat Party before feeding the information it obtained to Wikileaks and other organizations.
“Binney cites evidence, which, if true, conclusively proves that Russiagate was actually created fraudulently by the CIA’s extensive evidence-tampering, which subsequently became covered-up by the Special Counsel Robert Mueller, in his investigations for the Democratic Party’s first (and failed) try at impeaching and removing from office U.S. President Donald J. Trump,” writes Eric Zuesse for The Duran.
In a recent speech, which lasted about 10 minutes – you can watch it on YouTube – Binney lays it all out in easy-to-digest language. His hope is to eventually convince Congress, the courts — and the court of public opinion — to recognize that the Russiagate conspiracy theory was a complete fabrication that requires a full investigation in to who all is responsible for it.
Binney says that he and other technical people with access to special analysis tools were able to determine that the information obtained by Wikileaks did not come from a hacker, but was rather downloaded to a storage device such as a CD or thumb drive before being physically transferred to Wikileaks.
“No matter how you look at it,” Binney contends, the forensic evidence is conclusive that the DNC emails obtained by Wikileaks “were not hacked,” but rather “were downloaded and physically transported to Wikileaks.”
These same forensic methods were used to determine that Guccifer 2, which claims to have been the responsible person, or party, that hacked and shared the DNC emails, is also a fraud. There is simply no way that all the data supposedly “hacked” could have transferred over the web as fast as the time stamps on this data suggest, further indicating that there was some kind of physical transfer that took place as opposed to a hack.
Guccifer 2 also apparently lied about supposedly separating the data into two files, as well as other erroneous claims that cannot be supported by actual forensic evidence. Guccifer 2 was also caught inserting Russian signatures into the files to make them look like they were hacked by the Russians, when in fact they had been deliberately and obviously – at least to those in the know – tampered with after the fact.
All of this and more can be traced right back to the CIA under Obama, Binney says, though nobody at the highest levels of government with any capacity to do anything about it seems willing to address these revelations. Instead, they are all systematically sweeping the whole thing under the rug as they move on to newer conspiracy theories, hoping those might stick instead.
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