Kim Dotcom Doubles Down on DNC Leak, Claims to Know Whodunnit!

The incessant and imbecilic Russian conspiracy theory being investigated by Special Counsel Robert Mueller isn’t the only holdover nonsense from the 2016 presidential election…at least according to persisting reports from within the internet intelligence community.

During that arduous and bizarre election, a number of firsts were experienced by the current slate of American voters.  We had not see, at least in our modern day, a female candidate in a major party.  Unfortunately for the democrats, that female candidate was the ever-crooked Hillary Clinton, who carries the same “trust” rating among Americans as day old gas station sushi.  How she was even able to fend off primary rival Bernie Sanders was a question that many democrats demanded an answer for.

When they finally did resolve the reasoning behind the inexplicable success of the Clinton campaign, the demise of the democratic party was kicked off in earnest.

It turns out that Clinton was literally funding the entire DNC, due to her vast personal wealth and the anemic fundraising of the party.  This allowed Clinton to exert untold pressures on the management of the convention, and, in leaked emails it was revealed that a grand collusion was born between the candidate and her colleagues at the DNC.

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The primaries were rigged, and now everyone knew it.

This information hit the mainstream thanks to a major leak from within the DNC itself that the left has repeatedly attempted to blame on the Russian government.  Of course, experts in the field of cyber forensics has asserted that this is not possible, given the literal statistics of the information’s recovery.

One such expert is Kim Dotcom, who has not only reiterated the reality of this information being taken directly from the DNC, (as opposed to hacked), but Dotcom even claims to know exactly who did it.

“Kim Dotcom has once again chimed in on the DNC hack, following a Sunday morning tweet from President Trump clarifying his previous comments on Russian meddling in the 2016 election.

“In response, Dotcom tweeted ‘Let me assure you, the DNC hack wasn’t even a hack. It was an insider with a memory stick. I know this because I know who did it and why,” adding “Special Counsel Mueller is not interested in my evidence. My lawyers wrote to him twice. He never replied. 360 pounds!‘ alluding of course to Trump’s ‘400 pound genius’ comment.

“Dotcom’s assertion is backed up by an analysis done last year by a researcher who goes by the name Forensicator, who determined that the DNC files were copied at 22.6 MB/s – a speed virtually impossible to achieve from halfway around the world, much less over a local network – yet a speed typical of file transfers to a memory stick.”

Dotcom was also far ahead of the curve when it came to predicting an information war during the 2016 election, leading many to believe that Kim himself was likely involved in the DNC security breach of 2016.

Of course, that will likely never be verified by Kim, or anyone else, lest he wishes to end up like Seth Rich.

Rich, a DNC staffer that is believed to have been the leak’s source, was “mysteriously” murdered during a botched robbery in which none of Rich’s cash or valuables were taken, including his watch, cell phone, or wallet.



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