James Comey to Donald Trump: Russians Did Not Influence Election — James Clapper Agrees with Me…

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Comey to Trump: The Russians Didn’t Influence the Election

In telephone conversations with Donald Trump, FBI Director James Comey assured the president-elect there was no credible evidence that Russia influenced the outcome of the recent U.S. presidential election by hacking the Democratic National Committee and the emails of John Podesta, the chairman of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. What’s more, Comey told Trump that James Clapper, the director of National Intelligence, agreed with this FBI assessment.

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Phi Beta Iota: Donald Trump is an accidental president, elected because Hillary Clinton lost the ability to steal 13 states from Trump as she did from Bernie Sanders, and because NSA insiders leaked the DNC emails and a singleton hacker tricked John Podesta into being stupid and then leaked his emails, many with pedophile references, which is the last taboo. Add to that Clinton’s disdain for the larger public — calling us all “deplorables,” and you have an election that did indeed have aspects of fraud that were “All American” — Republican repression of a million black vote, and multiple forms of fraud including dead voters and double voters, on the part of the Democrats. In the end, the result was incontrovertible. John Brennan is a traitor, as are all those who are seeking to mount an illegitimate coup against our President-Elect and his team.

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