Sunday, December 5

Americans against Russia’s hacking attack following Trump invitation


 

 

The Russians are coming to invade an email near you, and at the invitation of Donald Trump, no less. At least that’s how the mainstream media have interpreted the Republican Presidential candidate’s latest comments.

Headlines referring to Trump’s call on Russia to cyber-invade the United States have contributed to a media frenzy, with the DNC accusing Russians of hacking into its emails.

The topic can now be found at the top of news feeds across every social media platform following Trump’s press conference on Wednesday when he jokingly weighed in on the email scandal.

Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing, said Trump, while commenting on ongoing debacle. I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press.

The comments stem from accusations that Russia hacked into the DNC’s computer servers and leaked emails to WikiLeaks in order to help the Republican’s campaign, despite an absolute lack of any proof to substantiate those claims.