CrowdStrike Firm Which Peddled 'Russian Hacking' Conspiracy Theory Retracts Some ClaimsChris Menahan
Mar. 29, 2017
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The Democrats' conspiracy theory claiming Russia "hacked our election" is falling apart.
The U.S. cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike, which Voice of America notes was the "first to link hacks of Democratic Party computers to Russian actors last year," was caught misrepresenting data in their December report purportedly showing Russian interference in our elections.
From Voice of America:
WASHINGTON -- U.S. cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike has revised and retracted statements it used to buttress claims of Russian hacking during last year's American presidential election campaign. The shift followed a VOA report that the company misrepresented data published by an influential British think tank.What else did they make up and misrepresent?
Why did FBI director James Comey praise CrowdStrike as "highly respected" and rely on their second hand reporting to inform the FBI what supposedly happened with the DNC's hacked servers?
As Breitbart reported on March 20th:
...four days after the Ukrainian DOD denied Crowdstrike’s report — Director Comey admitted that the FBI had been denied access to the DNC servers and praised Crowdstrike, without mentioning that they worked for the DNC or that their recent report had been debunked.Congress needs to launch an investigation into CrowdStrike's relationship with the deep state and the Democratic party.
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