Politico in possession of post election Clinton/DNC Hacked Emails

There are more Clinton and DNC hacked emails? Won’t the Russians every quit and give the poor candidate a break? Maybe it is NOT the Russians, after all. There are a few assertions that it is a DNC insider that has had enough and is providing the insight into the electoral college shenanigans. 

As Written By Thomas Lifson for American Thinker:

Have the Russians been supplying Politico with hacked information recently stolen from the Clinton campaign? One must wonder how writer Kyle Cheney obtained the information for today’s big scoop:

Hillary Clinton’s top advisers never publicly backed an effort by Democrats on the Electoral College to block Donald Trump’s election. When it failed on Monday, one aide mocked it as an unserious “coup” attempt.

But a batch of correspondence obtained by POLITICO shows members of Clinton’s inner circle — including senior aides Jake Sullivan and Jennifer Palmieri — were in touch for weeks with one of the effort’s organizers as they mounted their ill-fated strategy. And despite repeated requests for guidance, Clinton’s team did not wave them off.

Call logs, emails and text messages reveal a Clinton campaign walking a tightrope — never fully endorsing the effort, but intentionally declining to stamp it out. The approach was comparable, one former campaign official said, to the campaign’s passive-but-not-dismissive response to long-shot recounts in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania.

It has been well-established in the media that the only possible source for inside information from Democrats is Russian hacking. Even Politico treats it as established as fact that the Russians hacked the Podesta emails and thereby influenced the election …..

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