Hillary Clinton Supporters Seem to Like the ‘Computer Hack’ Excuse

Written by Andrew Allen on August 7, 2017

How come no one is talking about the DNC data breach?

“What’s wrong with you, Mr. Allen,” you reflexively exclaim, “don’t you know Russia hacked the election?”

Turn back the clock a little bit. Specifically, to those heated days back in December 2015 when Hillary Clinton’s nomination as the jack ass party’s candidate was not a sealed deal thanks to a plucky communist from New England with actual, for real ties to Moscow. Back then Hillary’s guaranteed ascendancy to Barack Obama’s third term was under threat, so the Clinton machine had to do something.

Enter from stage left, the DNC data breach. In a nutshell, the DNC – on Hillary Clinton’s behalf – accused the Sanders campaign of illegally obtaining voter data. For a time, the Sanders campaign was barred from access to DNC voter databases while the mainstream media started airbrushing Sanders out of electoral narratives.

Sound familiar? That an alleged hack cost Hillary key primary wins thus reducing her chance to become our 45th elected President? You can practically substitute Donald Trump for Sanders in the sequence of events, throw in Russia, and you have today’s mind numbingly ridiculous “Russia hacked the election” narrative.

In addition to the fact that allegations of a hack seem to have been a tool in Hillary Clinton’s campaign toolbox, what of Debbie Wasserman-Schultz?

After the DNC data breach, Wasserman-Schultz was removed from her position as chairperson of the DNC – the data breach exposed Wasserman’s bias against Sanders during the primaries. That’s right. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz was caught with her pants down (my apologies for that mental image) using the party’s apparatus to override the will of the party’s voters so Hillary Clinton could become the party’s nominee. One would think after such an embarrassing admission of fraud, Wasserman-Schultz would have faded off into obscurity. Instead she joined the Hillary Clinton campaign.

Meet Imran Awan. A man so bad at IT work he was let go from a big box electronics retailer. While it is true that a bunch of Democrats hired the inept Awan, only one kept him on her payroll after authorities began investigating Awan. That one, lone Democrat would be Debbie Wasserman-Schultz who paid Awan big bucks and apparently planned to continue paying him after he absconded to Pakistan to avoid federal investigation.

It should come as no surprise Debbie Wasserman-Schultz is playing the Islam card. As if someone appointed her judge and jury, she claims Awan is being pursued by law enforcement because he’s a Muslim. For anyone that didn’t see that coming, I understand there is some nice oceanfront property for sale in Arizona. For anyone that doesn’t see this as a potential felony that could put Debbie Wasserman-Schultz in an orange jumpsuit, your bias is showing.

What no one seems to be doing is connecting the dots between the DNC data breach, leaked Clinton emails, and Debbie Wasserman-Schultz who orchestrated the whole charade using the services of a no-load IT guy named Imran Awan.

This was Hillary Clinton’s campaign life-support plan all along. Use a “hack” to play the role of victim and then win the election. Hillary played it for the first time back in December 2015 to get rid of her Sanders problem. With a little help from the Obama White House and a complicit media, Hillary Clinton tucked it into our political framework the way a terrorist hides an IED under a hijab. When Trump won the election BOOM Hillary put her plan into action on hopes that somehow the November election would be nullified and that the courts would appoint her President.

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Andrew Allen
Andrew Allen (@aandrewallen) grew up in the American southeast and for more than two decades has worked as an information technoloigies professional in various locations around the globe. A former far-left activist, Allen became a conservative in the late 1990s following a lengthy period spent questioning his own worldview. When not working IT-related issues or traveling, Andrew Allen spends his time discovering new ways to bring the pain by exposing the idiocy of liberals and their ideology.