Dir. of National Intelligence James Clapper: Russians Did Not Change Any Vote Tallies in U.S. Elections

First things first. Donald Trump won the United States Presidency because of the American people. The accusations being tossed around are being taken seriously. It takes but a moment to look at Donald Trump’s rallies to realize that the people of America were sick to death of politicians running the beloved U.S.A into the ground. This was not about Russia or Wikileaks or anything other than Hillary Clinton could not now or ever relate to the needs and requests of the people. Read this report below and you decide who is telling the truth.

As Written By Melanie Hunter for CNS News:

Director of National Intelligence James Clapper admitted to the Senate Armed Services Committee on Thursday that the Russians did not alter vote counts in the U.S. election.

“They did not change any vote tallies or anything of that sort,” Clapper said under questioning from Chairman John McCain (R.-Ariz.)

Clapper further implicitly conceded that whatever the Russians might have done in making Democratic National Committee emails available to the public, the outcome of the U.S. presidential election nonetheless reflected “the choices” of American voters.

“We had no way of gauging the impact that—certainly the intelligence community cannot gauge the impact–it [Russian cyber activities] had on the choices the electorate made,” Clapper told McCain.

Later in the hearing, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark) asked Clapper, “the intelligence community says, ‘It would be extremely difficult for someone – including a nation-state actor to alter actual ballot counts or election results by cyberattack or intrusion,’ and you say to that earlier today as well that we have no evidence that vote tallies were altered or manipulated in anyway?”

“That’s correct,” Clapper said.

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DNI Clapper: Russians Did Not Change Any Vote Tallies in U.S. Elections

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