The Democrats just got handed some bad news by the FBI, and you can bet it has them crawling all over Washington like a room full of roaches in after the lights come on.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation announced Monday morning it would launch an investigation into the hacking of the Democratic National Committee’s emails and work to determine the “nature and scope of the matter.”
“A compromise of this nature is something we take very seriously, and the FBI will continue to investigate and hold accountable those who pose a threat in cyberspace,” the bureau said, according to Politico.
After Wikileaks published approximately 20,000 emails that showed how the DNC was favorable to Hillary Clinton over rival Bernie Sanders, and Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz announced her resignation Sunday, things are looking pretty shaky for Democrats.
Some emails show how the DNC worked to do everything necessary to undercut Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders’ campaign.
In addition, other hacked emails revealed Democrat National Committee’s plan to disrupt the Republican National Convention.
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) July 22, 2016
Bad for any campaign to be accused of, let alone, actually do.
Democrats were quick to blame the Russian government for the hack, and campaign manager Robby Mook even said that the Kremlin is trying to help GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump win the November election.
Trump rejected the notion that Putin was involved in the hack, stating what the emails should have never been written in the first place.
These hacked emails represent just how seriously Democrats take the problems facing our country — they don’t.
This is an investigation that certainly needs to take place, and someone needs to be held accountable for the outrageous — not to mention juvenile — actions of this party.
As it stands now, the liberals have a bigger problem than the one they face in Trump — and it’s their own leader, tarnished with one scandal after another.
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