On Wednesday, a Politico/Morning Consult poll showed US citizens divided almost equally on whether Russia meddled with the 2016 US presidential election:
Forty-one percent of registered voters polled last weekend said the Russian Federation influenced the race between President Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton … Overall, the electorate is split on the issue, with 42 percent of voters saying the former Cold War adversary didn’t influence the election.
The poll indicated that the share of US citizens believing in Russia’s interference in the election’ results increased by nine percentage points since a December survey. The pollster surveyed almost 2,000 people on 2-6 March.
In late 2016, reports emerged suggesting that US intelligence discovered an alleged Russian hack of Republican National Committee (RNC) computers during the election campaign, but no leaks followed. The Democratic National Committee’s (DNC) computers were also hacked this summer, resulting in a number of compromising leaks. The CIA claimed Russia deliberately targeted Clinton’s presidential campaign, because it wanted Trump to win, while the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) reportedly reached opposite conclusions from the same raw intelligence. Russia repeatedly refuted the allegations.
9 March 2017
We’ve all seen the news proving that the CIA and NSA have computer programs that use malware to run false-flag operations in cyberspace. That proves that all US allegations of “Russian hacking” and “Russian interference” are GIGO. It means that people in the US Deep State wanted Trump to win… and are trying to “pin it on the Russkies”. That is, her Establishment pals skunked Clinton… remember, Bill and Hill aren’t Social Register material (they’re wannabes of the highest order, though)… none of the “Episcopalian” country clubs want them as members. It seems that everyone hates the Clintons except for Democratic Party operatives…