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DHS Now In Panic Mode As NEW HACK PROVES The DEMOCRATIC PARTY ALTERED VOTER INFO To…

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BUSTED! Democratic Party has some serious explaining to do.

Democrats have been crying recount ever since their pathetic excuse for a candidate lost to Donald Trump. Green party Presidential nominee and activist Jill Stein took it so far as to demand a recount in Wisconsin as well as attempted recounts in Pennsylvania and Michigan. All of these lame efforts resulted in only one thing: confirmation President Trump won fair and square.

However, now the Department of Homeland Security finds itself in the hot seat after Georgia Secretary of State Brian P. Kemp wrote to ask why they were trying to hack the state’s computer systems that house its voter registration database.

Via Cyber Scoop:

Georgia’s secretary of state has claimed the Department of Homeland Security tried to breach his office’s firewall and has issued a letter to Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson asking for an explanation.

Brian Kemp issued a letter to Johnson on Thursday after the state’s third-party cybersecurity provider detected an IP address from the agency’s Southwest D.C. office trying to penetrate the state’s firewall. According to the letter, the attempt was unsuccessful.

The attempt took place on Nov. 15, a few days after the presidential election. The office of the Georgia Secretary of State is responsible for overseeing the state’s elections.

“At no time has my office agreed to or permitted DHS to conduct penetration testing or security scans of our network,” Kemp wrote in the letter, which was also sent to the state’s federal representatives and senators. “Moreover, your department has not contacted my office since this unsuccessful incident to alert us of any security event that would require testing or scanning of our network. This is especially odd and concerning since I serve on the Election Cyber Security Working Group that your office created.”

It’s a well-known fact that when you are guilty of something you point the finger to try and deflect. Sound familiar?

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