PUBLISHED: 5:34 AM 23 Jan 2017
UPDATED: 5:35 AM 23 Jan 2017

BREAKING: Assange Reveals CIA Hacked Into Congress For Obama Administration Coverup

This article is an exceptional piece crafted by CDP Senior Writer Matthew Bernstein

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Assange Once Again Comes To The Rescue Of The United States

What is worse than finding out you can’t trust the government? Arguably it would be finding out that you couldn’t trust the intelligence agencies that are supposed to keep the country safe. Just think about that; you can’t trust any intelligence agency that comes out with a report.

Recently some of these intelligence agencies have come out and said that Russia was indeed responsible for hacking the election. So they prepared a report and everything similar to that, except that they don’t have any proof it happened. It’s hard to believe someone when they don’t have proof.

However an agency that is much more trustworthy than some of the United States intelligence agencies has come out and said Russia wasn’t responsible for the hacks. WikiLeaks, the group started by Julian Assange, stated several times that their source wasn’t Russian.

To prove that they should be trusted, WikiLeaks brought up an older article that showed that the Central Intelligence Agency, or CIA, was responsible for hacking into the Senate group charged with overseeing them. Are we really supposed to listen to a group that hacked our own Congress?

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The CIA Hacked Our Own Congress!

Back in 2014, the CIA was responsible for hacking a computer network used by the Senate Intelligence Committee. The network was being used to prepare a report on the CIA’s detention and interrogation program. In other words, they were doing what they could to make sure that the Committee didn’t find anything too harmful.

If that wasn’t bad enough, the officers read the emails of the investigators and even sent a criminal referral to the Justice Department that was based on false information. They created a false online identity to gain access to computers used by the staff on more than one occasion.

Needless to say, members of the Senate Committee were furious. Members of both parties wanted to see the CIA officers responsible and have consequences take place. The ranking Republican at the time, Senator Saxby Chambliss, said, “This is a serious situation and there are serious violations,” and called for the employees to be “dealt with very harshly.”

Another Senator, Mark Udall, D-CO, called for…

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