Skip to comments.House Judiciary Dem Calls For Emergency FBI, DOJ Meeting Over Memo
Posted on 02/01/2018 11:06:40 PM PST by Helicondelta
Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee are calling for an immediate meeting with officials from the FBI and Department of Justice over the claims made in the memo drafted by Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.).
(Excerpt) Read more at thehill.com ...
Wow, they are really worried about this memo. Now I really want to see it!
I just want to see what they redacted.
so the 2 entities that colluded with each other are in full panic mode and need to get together on this? Why? To noodle over how to try to discredit the memo after it comes out?
Release the original- problem solved-
Someone please get my Congressman a straight jacket.
If it comes with a ‘Silence of the Lambs’ mask, so much the better.
According to FNC on Shannon Breams 11pm show tonight via Catherine Herrige, there will be NO redactions. Hence Schifty shitting himself.
You can see the Ferengi blood in his moon face....
desperate? what about this? wow.
30 Jan: Harvard: Wanted: A firewall to protect U.S. elections
Major bipartisan Harvard initiative seeks safeguards to ensure future voting integrity
By Christina Pazzanese, Harvard Staff Writer
As the FBI and Congress work to unravel Russias hacking of the 2016 presidential election and learn whether anyone in Donald Trumps campaign supported the effort, one thing has become clear: U.S. elections are far more vulnerable to manipulation than was thought...
Now, as federal and state officials are partnering to examine voting and election security, a new initiative at Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) is working to shore up another at-risk component of the U.S. election system: political campaigns.
Led by former presidential campaign managers for Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Mitt Romney, the Defending Digital Democracy project is gathering cybersecurity experts from the U.S. Department of Defense, the National Security Agency, and the Department of Homeland Security, as well as private-sector internet heavyweights like Facebook, Google, and the cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike, to identify problems and share pragmatic wisdom with local, state, and federal campaigns so they are better informed about cyber threats and can make their organizations harder for attackers to infiltrate.
Its really important that this is a bipartisan effort, said Eric Rosenbach, the projects director and a former cybersecurity leader at the Pentagon. I dont think that the Democrats value cybersecurity of their campaigns more than Republicans. I think Republicans are equally tuned in to the fact that its important because everyone recognizes that, down the road, it could impact anyone, regardless of their partisan affiliation. And so, were really trying to stay out of the fray....
Thats what weve got to do in politics, and thats why Matt and I believed it was so important to take a bipartisan approach, said Robby Mook, who managed Clintons 2016 campaign. Mook will lead the project along with Matt Rhoades, who ran Romneys 2012 presidential bid...
The idea for the project stemmed from Rosenbachs experience as the Defense Departments lead on cybersecurity issues during his time as chief of staff to Defense Secretary Ash Carter from 2015 to January 2017...
Mook noted that while the campaign took great care to protect against sabotage by political opponents or intruders looking for valuable information to use for espionage purposes, I dont think anybody was imagining that a foreign country would steal the information and then release it out to the media.
The Russian cyberattack taught him that it didnt just matter how secure our campaign was, it mattered how secure the other organizations we work with are. So, the DNC, John Podestas personal email account they were all good places for adversaries to find ways to hurt us. And so it really opened my eyes to how important it was to have a cybersecurity strategy that covers risk across a number of different surfaces, not just the one you directly control, said Mook...
One of the things that Ive found incredibly challenging is the whole nature and structure of these campaigns, said Dmitri Alperovitch, co-founder and chief technology officer of CrowdStrike, the firm that first identified Russian hackers as behind the DNC email server breach...
And the names will be named. This is good because redacting the names would be a “factual omission,” and the FBI/DoJ made very clear how they oppose factual omissions.
Yeah sure. They're trying to protect from Russia, and not Hillary Clinton and company. And of course Hillary's cronies are hip deep in the mix.
Another reasons to stop screwing around with the release of the memo. Politicians thrive on chaos vs results.
Rat strategy session.
Gotta agree on the talking points, course of action, hey look it’s a big-game-super-moon-bowl!
Dems were stupid to protest so publicly and strongly. They would have been much better served not calling attention to this memo. Now the MSM must cover it when released.
Democrats cannot exist in sunlight.
There is no limit, absolutely no limit to the depth of
And this my friends is what you get when you have a President who can’t be bought.
Howling Libtard Alert!
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