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It took guts for The Nation magazine to publish a take down of the most horrific psyops ever levied against the American people by their own government. News broke this week when an array of intelligence experts from the US and the UK performed the missing forensics on the leaked DNC emails published by Wikileaks in order to determine how they were lifted, altered, and transmitted. In their report, they have debunked — once and for all — the national sickness known as Russiagate.

The Nation gave the article a deliberately modest and understated title: "A New Report Raises Big Questions About Last Year’s DNC Hack." It's one of those clarity-bringing revelations you will remember for a long time. The truth will signal, to any thinking American, that the Democratic Party will not and cannot recover from the sabotage it inflicted on this nation. They cynically used a false flag "attack" to deflect their losses and in the process pushed the US to the brink of a nuclear war with Russia. The Democratic leadership is complicit in this and cannot be redeemed. The Internet Security company that ran this fiasco, CrowdStrike, has spent years attempting to spike tensions between Russia and the United States. Their frequent assessments of Russian hacking, which they've had to retract more than once — and their close association with the anti-Russian, Soros-funded Atlantic Council has earned them some contempt among their technology peers. What would you suggest be done with them?

The People at Crowdstrike are Literally Imbeciles

The outstanding report by Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity, revealing that the main DNC material released by Guccifer 2.0 had been obtained by local download (by thumbdrive or LAN line) – rather than remote hacking – and that the metadata of these documents had been intentionally altered with “Russian fingerprints” in an effort to falsely incriminate Russia (