Confirmed: Donna Brazile lied about her Wikileaks emails being doctored
When Wikileaks released emails which showed that interim Democratic Committee Chair Donna Brazile was tipping off the Clinton campaign about upcoming media questions at a town hall event–which means the Democratic Party was working with the mainstream media–she defended herself by claiming the emails were “doctored” and “false.”
“I have seen so many doctored emails. I have seen things that come from me at 2 in the morning that I don’t even send,” she said, adding, “I will not sit here and be persecuted, because your information is totally false.”
However, that has now been proven to be a falsehood, here is more:
After Democratic Party boss Donna Brazile claimed emails showing her apparently tipping off Hillary Clinton to questions at a March town hall were “doctored,” tech sleuths got to work — and now say they’ve found proof the emails are authentic.
Fox News’ Megyn Kelly questioned Brazile last week about an email that surfaced in hacked messages from Campaign Chairman John Podesta’s account. The email, posted by WikiLeaks and attributed to Brazile, passed on a question to campaign adviser Jennifer Palmieri about the death penalty, under the subject line: “From time to time I get questions in advance.”
The exchange came right before a March town hall hosted by CNN and TV One, where a similar question was asked. Yet Brazile denied receiving questions from CNN.
However, tech blog Errata Security quickly found the email in question could be verified using an everyday verification program.
DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) is a system employed by many email servers, including HillaryClinton.com, to verify emails to recipients and avoid spam filters. The system sends a DKIM “key” to the receiver to verify the sender and confirm the email hasn’t been tampered with.
Consequently, bloggers ran the DKIM keys included in this and other emails through verification software, which in turn validated the Palmieri email as both real and undoctored.
n a blog post for Errata Security, cybersecurity expert Robert Graham presented his results, and showed that if the emails had been altered in any way, the software would have declared the email unverified.
“It took less than five minutes,” Graham told FoxNews.com, noting that such software is common and widely available. “It took me longer to document what I had found.”
But could WikiLeaks have hacked and altered the DKIM key also?
Graham says this is unlikely, since to do so they would have needed to access the HillaryClinton.com server.
It is pretty clear to me that Donna Brazile was caught off guard by this Wikileaks revelation and she made up an excuse in the heat of the moment unaware of how quickly and easily it could be disproved.
We have always known the mainstream media had a bias but the Wikileaks revelations over the past couple of weeks have brought attention to just how far the mainstream media will go to elect Democrats and it is beyond just biased coverage, the mainstream media is actively working to elect Democrats and is no longer ashamed of it becaues the end justifies the means. And for that matter neither are the Democrats…
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