Yes. That is an additional issue.
What was in the emails?
Were the leaked emails doctored or redacted?
Nobody may ever know.
Computer forensics is not as easy as it sounds.
The FBI may get access to the servers and computers.
If those were not compromised they may be able to figure out who did what.
But the FBI may not say much, especially not much detailed info.
The establishment owns the government and big companies including the FBI and cyber security companies.
They will try to hush up anything that makes the establishment look bad.
So blame it all on Trump and the Russians.
Sanders supporters should support Trump who is closest to being anti-establishment although he is sort of establishment, just a different kind of establishment who actually could get some real work done. Outfoxed corrupt establishment NYC competitors for decades.
I may start some blogs on the forthcoming election.
How to help good ideas go viral.
More votes for the right candidate may help.
I don’t know blog news social media technology very well so will focus on a few tricks that I do know.
On Jul 26, 2016, at 2:33 PM, Ron wrote:
A thousand word article and not any indication what was in any of the 20,000 E mails. Same thing for McClatchy this AM. Have the “presstitutes” create a clamor over motive and who did what and keep the public attention off the actual contents. Why I seldom read the corporate media. Actual alleged contents have already been posted on Drudge and Infowars.com. Interviews are now being done with former blackops guys to assess the credibility of the alleged contents.
On 26 July 2016 at 11:50, Joe wrote:
It is probably impossible to say.
Insecure Clinton server
Insecure DNC server
Insecure computers and network
Any good hacker can frame anybody
A story from AP Mobile:
PHILADELPHIA (AP) – First came the hack, then the leak. Now, the Clinton and Trump campaigns are fighting over Russia’s role in the release of thousands of internal Democratic National Committee emails.
At least one thing is clear: The email uproar is an unwelcome distraction at the launch of the Democratic National Convention, inflaming the rift between supporters of Hillary Clinton and primary …