The saga of Wikileaks, the Russians, the CIA, and President Donald Trump just took a very strange turn with the release of new information from the whistleblower website.

During the untamed strangeness that was the 2016 U.S. presidential election, a number of bizarre and twisting storylines weaved their way through the mind of American voters.  The mainstream media, from deep under the thumb of the leftist agitator army, was quick to bury certain facts while nonchalantly touting other half truths as the gospel.  Hillary Clinton’s obvious yet undiagnosed illness was one such story that the liberals and their television pundits chose to completely ignore.  There was a mountain of evidence pointing to Clinton being far too ill to govern, yet there was nary a mention of it on the nightly news.

Another large part of the electoral underworld in 2016 were the murmurs-turned battlecries of the left regarding Donald Trump’s connections to the Russian government.

There were several incarnations of this tall tale as well.  We had Russian hackers going after U.S. voting machines.  We had Russian propagandists planting “fake news” stories in the conservative media.  Then we had Russian cybercriminals releasing information to Wikileaks aimed at taking down the Hillary Clinton campaign machine.

While Wikileaks did release a treasure trove of information blasting Hillary Clinton’s long campaign of corruption, there were never any links to Russian hackers as the left was proposing.  Now, Wikileaks is releasing another dynamite disclosure, and this one looks to shake up the entire “Russian hacker” boogyman narrative for good.

“WikiLeaks has published hundreds more files today which it claims show the CIA went to great lengths to disguise its own hacking attacks and point the finger at Russia, China, North Korea and Iran.

“The 676 files released today are part of WikiLeaks’ Vault 7 tranche of files and they claim to give an insight into the CIA’s Marble software, which can forensically disguise viruses, trojans and hacking attacks.

“WikiLeaks says the source code suggests Marble has test examples in Chinese, Russian, Korean, Arabic and Farsi (the Iranian language).

“It says: ‘This would permit a forensic attribution double game, for example by pretending that the spoken language of the malware creator was not American English, but Chinese.’

“This could lead forensic investigators into wrongly concluding that CIA hacks were carried out by the Kremlin, the Chinese government, Iran, North Korea or Arabic-speaking terror groups such as ISIS.”

So now, as the CIA and FBI are set to go to war over who has the more accurate accounting of Russia’s trespasses again the United States, the entire investigation could be moot given the CIA’s ability to deceive detectives with their advanced cyber-disguises.

This could also lead to some stunning revelations about just who insinuated Russian involvement with the U.S. on a cyber security level.  Should someone with heavy ties to the CIA be attempting to frame the Russians, and in turn connect Trump to the mess, this could be one of the largest and deepest deceptions in the history of the United States government.


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