PODESTA FREAK-OUT: Blaming Failures On The FBI… Not Incompetence

Children blame others for their mistakes. Adults take responsibility. The Dems are a party of Children.

Podesta complained that the FBI failed to physically send an agent to warn the DNC, even though FBI agents repeatedly called the DNC to warn it of Russian cyber attacks on their network.

“What takes this from baffling to downright infuriating is that at nearly the exact same time that no one at the FBI could be bothered to drive 10 minutes to raise the alarm at DNC headquarters, two agents accompanied by attorneys from the Justice Department were in Denver visiting a tech firm that had helped maintain Clinton’s email server,” he said.

Podesta called the FBI “broken” saying it spent more time investigating Hillary Clinton’s email server than protecting Democrats from hacking.

…Podesta’s list of grievances is even longer. He grumbled that agents were not investigating Trump’s ties to Russia or investigating Roger Stone for his communications with WikiLeaks.

“The election is over and the damage is done, but the threat from Russia and other potential aggressors remains urgent and demands a serious and sustained response,” he said. — Breitbart

The Podesta Emails?

Does he mean the emails that revealed collusion between Hillary’s team and media outlets? Donna Brazile’s feeding of debate questions to Hillary? Where the DNC conspired against Bernie? There were so very many damning emails it’s hard to remember which came from where.

Do you know what? Podesta WILLINGLY clicked a Phishing link. They didn’t BREAK in. They were invited. He ‘left the key under the mat’ so to speak.

Podesta got a March 19 email from “Google” notifying him someone had his “password” and tried to sign in from Ukraine.

The IT team told Podesta the message was legit and he should change his password. But it appears the email actually was a phishing ploy – and likely gave the world access to the contents of his account.

Podesta got a March 19 email from “Google” notifying him someone had his “password” and tried to sign in from Ukraine.

The IT team told Podesta the message was legit and he should change his password. But it appears the email actually was a phishing ploy – and likely gave the world access to the contents of his account.

In the new batch of emails leaked Friday, Podesta’s assistant Sara Latham forwarded the “Google” email to Charles Delavan, a Clinton campaign IT official, to see if it was real.

Delavan told her that it was a “legitimate email.”

…“We can confirm that in the leaked email, the Bitly link listed is one of the links we saw created by the Fancy Bear group to target Podesta,” a spokeswoman for the group said. “It was one of four links created to target Mr. Podesta’s Gmail account.”
The Obama administration recently blamed senior Russian officials for orchestrating a string of hackings at the Democratic National Committee and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. The Obama administration, however, has not publicly accused Russia of the Podesta hack.

Motherboard wrote: “None of this new data constitutes a smoking gun that can clearly frame Russia as the culprit behind the almost unprecedented hacking campaign that has hit the DNC and several other targets somewhat connected to the U.S. presidential campaign.”

FoxNews

And as for the Wikileaks leaks? Those were not ‘Russian Hacks’. As ClashDaily Reported, and Assange himself has since confirmed.

Ultimately, the Phishing may be moot anyway, since Assange was saying that his source was a leak with lawful access to it, rather than a hacker. So this becomes an HR issue withing the Democratic party. But that would come full circle and implicate Podesta and the Dems.

And when the only OTHER option is taking responsibility, what is the pattern? Look around for SOMEONE to throw under the bus.

It’s the Democrat way.

Share if these guys daily prove how unfit they are for ANY leadership responsibilities.

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