The head of the Department of Homeland Security, Jeh Johnson, is on record that there was no sign of election hacking affecting the voting process. You can see it in the video. There is no evidence to support the charges. Where is the CIA getting their information? Why are they not all on the same page of music?
As Written By Ed Morrissey for Hot Air:
This clip from an hour-long conversation between Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson and the Washington Post’s David Ignatius is making the rounds today, but may mean less than it seems. PJM’s Nicholas Ballasy picks up on a 90-second exchange about the election results and Russian hacking in which Johnson dismisses any suggestion that the former got directly impacted by the latter. However, Johnson’s has a little more to add to that:
“I think it’s important to note that on election night we had our guard up for this. We had our crisis action team ready on election night. We did not see anything that amounted to altering ballot counts or degrading the ability to report election results, nothing out of the ordinary,” Johnson said during a Washington Post Live event on Tuesday evening. “There’s always a certain amount of noise that goes on there but on election night itself, we didn’t see anything that affected the ballot count.”
It’s not surprising that DHS was …..
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