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BOMBSHELL MOVE That The CIA Just Made Against Russia May PROVE Trump Will Win…



A bombshell new report indicated that the Obama administration’s CIA was preparing cyber strikes against Russia in retaliation for what they believed were hacks of Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

The strikes could be a sign that the White House believes the Democrat Party nominee’s chances for the White House have been significantly hindered by the WikiLeaks revelations and other leaked emails that have trickled out over the past several weeks.

NBC News reported that a variety of options for a cyber strike had been delivered to the White House by the CIA.

Those “clandestine” strikes would be tailored to “embarrass” and disrupt Vladimir Putin’s regime.

Vice President Joe Biden also more or less confirmed that such strikes were in the works, telling “Meet the Press” host Chuck Todd on Friday that “we’re sending a message” to Russia over the alleged hacks and that, “it will be at the time of our choosing, and under the circumstances that will have the greatest impact.”

In what can only be described as the Biden-iest moment of the week, Todd then asked if the vice president believed Americans would know when that message was sent.

“Hope not,” was Biden’s reply.

Either Uncle Joe doesn’t how this “clandestine” thing works, or he just figures most Americans are like him and can’t read far enough to figure out that the protagonist ends up eating both the green eggs and the ham.

Let’s face facts: The Obama administration wouldn’t be making this all-out push against Russia if they didn’t believe that the WikiLeaks emails had done irreparable damage to Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

We’ve already seen the first poll the incorporate results from both the Trump “Access Hollywood” scandal and the WikiLeaks revelations about Hillary. Surprise, surprise: It showed Trump narrowly ahead.

And, after all, hadn’t Obama and Hillary pressed the reset button on our relationship with Russia? After all, the 1980s called, and they want their Russia policy back.

Unless, of course, you damage Hillary’s chances of winning the election. Then, it’s go time.

We do not need full-scale war over the fact that the Russians hacked into Hillary Clinton’s unsecured campaign email accounts — if, that is, they even did (and we’ve seen little evidence to that effect presented to us by the administration).

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