DNC Lawsuit Reveals New Connections Between the DNC, Outside Contractor Crowdstrike and FISA Court Abuses

Guest post by Joe Hoft

New revelations by Jeff Carlson at theMarketswork reveal that the DNC claimed that their servers were compromised by Russia on the exact same date that the FBI stopped allowing outside contractors access to raw FISA data collected by the US Government’s intelligence agencies.

According to Carlson –

The DNC lawsuit against Russia and the Trump Campaign provides for a new timeline of events. And raises new questions.

Recall, the DNC famously refused to allow the FBI to examine their servers – which has always seemed more than a bit odd.

If the DNC had definitive proof of Russian hacking, one would expect a standing invitation to examine the evidence. Instead, they have protected those servers from any outside examination.

This may be tied to NSA Director Rogers’ discovery of Outside Contractors.

The DNC lawsuit files show that the DNC supposedly came under a cyberattack on the DNC servers located in Virginia and Washington DC which was executed by GRU (Russian) agents on April 18, 2016.

Ironically, at about the same time a government investigation related to the many issues with the FISA court process and government sharing data with outside contractors was in place.  This investigation was requested based on feedback to  Admiral Rogers shortly after he became Obama’s NSA Director.

Per a report from the investigation released in early 2017, long after the 2016 election, many abuses in the FISA process were uncovered:

Private contractors, employed by the FBI, were given full access to raw FISA data. FISA data that, once in their possession, could not be traced.

The apparent purpose for the FBI’s granting such access was to receive analytical assistance from [Redacted]. Nonetheless, the [Redacted] contractors had access to raw FISA information that went well beyond what was necessary to respond to the FBI’s requests; [Redacted]. The FBI discontinued the above-described access to raw FISA information as of April 18, 2016.

Note that on the exact same date that the DNC says their systems were attacked, the NSA under Admiral Rogers stopped the sharing of raw FISA data with outside contractors by the corrupt FBI.

Remember that per Attorney Joe DiGenova, Admiral Rogers is a good guy who warned President Trump that he was being spied on by the Deep State shortly after the 2016 election –

It is unknown how the DNC determined that the Russia attack, if it occurred, was performed by the Russians.

Based on a long history of ‘lack of candor’ by Obama, Clinton, the Deep State and the DNC, it is highly likely that the DNC was never hacked by the Russians and that this is entirely made up.

The one company that was allowed to search the DNC servers after they were supposedly attacked by the Russians was a company called Crowdstrike.  It is suspected that this is one of the companies listed in the FISA report that was given access to the DNC server.

Was the DNC receiving raw FISA data from the US government via Crowdstrike?  It is time to investigate Crowdstrike and the DNC!

One thing is clear –  Today because of all the many lies and fake news stories created and promoted by the left, there is no way that the average American can trust anything coming out of the Deep State FBI, DOJ, DNC or other government entities.  There is an old saying that applies well to all of this:

Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me!

Americans will not be fooled anymore.

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