Hillary Clinton Takes On The Fight Directly For The Presidency Demanding The CIA Declassify The Russian Election Involvement And In Addition, Demanding That The Obama Administration Come Clean With What And When They Knew About Putin’s Involvement.


In fairness to Secretary Hillary Clinton, both she and her campaign had forewarned everyone of Russia’s involvement to sway the Election to Donald Trump and Hillary’s disappointment with FBI Director James Comey’s Pernicious Letter, 11 days before the Election.


Hillary Clinton is going for the Political Kill and Donald Trump is a “Free-Fall Panic.” Trump just filed “Bogus Legal Action in an Attempt to Stop the Electoral College from Denying Him the Fraudulent Presidency.” Trump is on shady grounds because even Republicans are now on board investigating Vladimir Putin and Russia’s involvement in America’s Election.

[New York Times] “Clinton campaign demands declassification of election intelligence.


As the swirl of allegations around Russia’s efforts to elect Mr. Trump roils Washington, one voice has been absent: Hillary Clinton’s.


John D. Podesta, Mrs. Clinton’s campaign chairman, broke the silence on her behalf, demanding the declassification of all information about Russia’s meddling as well as an explanation from the Obama administration of what it knew and when it knew it.


“We now know that the C.I.A. has determined Russia’s interference in our elections was for the purpose of electing Donald Trump,” Mr. Podesta wrote in a statement. “This should distress every American. Never before in the history of our republic have we seen such an effort to undermine the bedrock of our democracy.”


“This is not a partisan issue, and we are glad to see bipartisan support in the Congress for an investigation into Russia’s role,” he continued. “We believe that the administration owes it to the American people to explain what it knows regarding the extent and manner of Russia’s interference and this be done as soon as possible. To that end, we also support the request from members of the Senate Intelligence Committee to declassify information around Russia’s roles in the election and to make this data available to the public.”


Thrown on the defensive, Josh Earnest, the White House press secretary, said on Monday that the White House did not announce a major probe of Russia’s interference before the election partly because many voters would have seen such an announcement as political meddling.


He said Russia did not hack the electoral process or the counting of votes.


“But what is also clear is that the results of the hack and leak effort carried out on the orders of Russia were extensively discussed prior to the election,” Mr. Earnest said.


Trump continues Russia denial — via Twitter.


With evidence mounting that Russian intelligence promoted his election, the president-elect continued his denial, via Twitter.”


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