GA, KY And WV Suspect Obama’s DHS Has Hacked Their Election Networks [VIDEO]

GA, KY And WV Suspect Obama’s DHS Has Hacked Their Election Networks [VIDEO]

Looks like we may need to fear the enemy within more than the enemy without. Three states, Georgia, Kentucky and West Virginia all want to know why the Department of Homeland Security has been hacking their election networks. That’s right… they had cyber attacks from our very own DHS. Georgia has been hit the most with ten different attacks on their firewall in the last week. Jeh Johnson tried to blame it on a contractor who was simply looking at the attorney general’s site in that state. The problem with that is it doesn’t hold water… they have not been able to recreate that scenario. Now with two other states having caught DHS and complaining, it looks like Obama and Johnson have some ‘splainin’ to do.

While the Democrats are screaming about Russian intrusions, they are ignoring these states who want answers on this. I’d really like to know why DHS is trying to hack the Georgia Secretary of State’s office after the election, wouldn’t you? Georgia’s Secretary of State Brian Kemp has issued a letter to Jeh Johnson demanding answers. These attempts have been unsuccessful, but they should have never happened. It’s illegal and brings into question exactly what DHS is up to.

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This is pretty scary stuff. A federal government agency run by an Obama crony attempting to penetrate the firewall of a State agency tasked with overseeing the elections? What conceivable reason could Obama’s DHS have for hacking the Georgia Sec of State’s office after the election?

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.

And now, Channel 2 Investigative Reporter Aaron Diamond has learned two more states’ election agencies have confirmed suspected cyberattacks linked to the same U.S. Department of Homeland Security IP address as last month’s massive attack in Georgia.

“We need somebody to dig down into this story and figure out exactly what happened,” said Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp. Yes, we do and fast. This portends very bad things and means that DHS has been up to no good concerning the elections. “We’re being told something that they think they have it figured out, yet nobody’s really showed us how this happened,” Kemp said. “We need to know.”

Kemp correctly states that with the new information from Kentucky and West Virginia, there are even more questions that need to be answered. “So now this just raises more questions that haven’t been answered about this and continues to raise the alarms and concern that I have,” Kemp said. West Virginia answered a request for information with, “This IP address did access our election night results on November 7, 2016.” Kentucky responded the same IP address “did touch the KY (online voter registration) system on one occasion, 11/1/16.”

Kemp also said that DHS has yet to explain at least nine other suspected network scans linked to DHS IP addresses over the last year on or around important primary and presidential election dates. Kemp’s call for answers is amplified now by the National Association of Secretaries of State, or NASS. The rest of America would like to know as well… this can’t go unanswered.

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