By Mike Huckabee
Why is Robert Mueller’s investigation reportedly expanding into Trump’s old private business dealings from 10 years ago? Could it be because even he realizes that the “Russia hacked the election” narrative that this whole house of cards is built on is looking more like a hoax with each passing day?
You probably didn’t see anything about this in the news, but the Nation – a widely respected, leftwing magazine – just published the results of a forensic investigation into the metadata of the DNC emails published by Wikileaks. It reached two conclusions:
The time stamps prove it was impossible for those files to have been stolen over the Internet because no ISP could have transferred that much data that fast. It had to have been copied directly onto a storage device like a USB stick, which suggests it was an insider leak. And the proof cited by US intelligence agencies of Russian involvement was fraudulent, based on cutting and pasting data into a blank Russian language template.
A reminder: Julian Assange still insists that WikiLeaks didn’t get the files from Russia, and the US intelligence agencies that say this was a Russian hacking were never allowed to examine the DNC’s computers (the DNC having been run by Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who seems to freak out at the thought of any legal authorities getting anywhere near her laptop.)
I’m sure this will be dismissed as conspiracy stuff, and maybe it is. But why would the Nation want to join the vast rightwing conspiracy, especially knowing that if the DNC/Wikileaks documents were shown to be an insider leak, it would blow away the “Trump/Russia collusion” mantra that’s been obsessing the media and hampering Trump since Inauguration Day?
Here’s the full story. It’s very long and very detailed. I’m not an IT expert, so I’ll make no statement on its conclusions. But if you are an expert, feel free to weigh in among the comments.