The news comes in the wake of months of post-election talk the Russians helped Donald Trump get elected, thwarting any chance of Hillary Clinton to win in November of 2016.
Yet even with the bipartisan parade of politicians, including former president Barack H. Obama, Lindsey Graham, John McCain, and others, the American people have not been presented one shred of evidence to suggest the Russians attempted to meddle with the elections. Free thinkers everywhere are scratching their heads, and asking themselves if they're supposed to believe the so-called leaders in Washington, without being presented with any proof the Kremlin had anything to do with Clinton's loss.
The bully in Washington may have used his executive powers to go after states such as Indiana, that "resisted then-President Barack Obama's attempt to increase federal involvement in state and local election systems by designating them as 'critical infrastructure' for national security," writes DCNF's Richard Pollack. To better describe the hacking attempt, Pollack described it as a "scanning assault."