Bill Binney, former NSA official and whistleblower, presented his evidence that files from the DNC hack that launched the Russia-collusion conspiracy theory and resulted in the multi-year Mueller investigation came from a CIA false-flag operation. Here is a brief summary of his information:
The time stamps for the Wikileaks files show a file transfer rate that exceeds what is possible over the internet, which means that the hack could not have been done overseas. The hack was most likely a download to a thumb drive or similar device from a local network.
Russian signature stamps appear to be inserted into the data, which implies a deliberate attempt to blame Russia.
Time stamps are consistent with work being done inside the US, mainly in the Eastern time zone.
Binney offered to present the information to major news organizations, but all have refused the offer. He is also trying to submit the information into court proceedings but has been unsuccessful.
Here is a transcript and a link to the video of the statement:
In my opinion, the evidence clearly shows that Russia was not the source of the hack, and the CIA or some other intelligence agency is a likely source for the apparent false flag. While the evidence makes sense, so does the reluctance of news organizations to air allegations against the CIA. As Chuck Schumer said in January 2017:
Let me tell you: You take on the intelligence community — they have six ways from Sunday at getting back at you . . .Look at the Russian hacking, without the intelligence community we would never have discovered it.
The real question for the upcoming election:
Should the surveillance agencies run the elected government or should the elected government run the surveillance agencies?