‘Stand-Down’: Susan Rice Accused Of ALLOWING Russian Interference In 2016


Barack Obama’s Administration will go down in history as one of the most corrupt in recent history. Fast & Furious was big enough to bring down any President, but the media refused to report on it and refused to hold President Barack Obama accountable. Nothing he did was wrong. We know differently, but according to his people, and the media. Barack Obama’s administration was scandal-free, and the only reason anyone was speaking out against him has been labeled as systematic racism. Now, another scandal has emerged.

Michael Daniel who’s title was ” Cybersecurity coordinator” has confirmed that National Security Advisor Susan Rice told him to “Stand-Down” Daniel recently gave his testimony to a Senate Select Committee on Intelligence hearing that was held to review the Obama and President Donald Trump’s Administrations’ policy responses to the Russian election interference.

Over the past year, the Obama administration has been criticized for allegedly being aware of Russian attempts to influence the election yet primarily remaining silent on the subject.

The Washington Post reported that Obama himself — along with three top aides — was given direct evidence from the CIA of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s cyber campaign to influence the election.

The Obama administration reportedly knew of Russia’s actions for months ahead of the 2016 election but failed to take retaliatory action until December. –Washington Examiner


Daniels new explosive book “Russian Roulette” reveals just how corrupt the Obama administration was on the Russian Meddeling.

In the book, authors Michael Isikoff and David Corn reported that Daniel was developing strategies to respond to Russian cyber attacks on U.S. companies and political campaigns. He proposed using what’s known as the denial of service attacks to take down Russian propaganda news sites and to attack Russian intelligence agencies.

Another idea was to announce a bogus “cyber exercise” against a Eurasian country. The goal was to put the Kremlin on notice that its infrastructure could easily be targeted by the U.S.

Rice opposed the proposals, according to “Russian Roulette.”

“Don’t get ahead of us,” she told Daniel in a meeting in August 2016, according to the book.

Daniel informed his staff of the order, much to their frustration.

“I was incredulous and in disbelief,” Daniel Prieto, who worked under Daniel, is quoted saying in “Russian Roulette.”

“Why the hell are we standing down? Michael, can you help us understand?” Prieto asked.

Daniel confirmed the exchange on Wednesday, during a round of questions from Idaho Sen. Jim Risch.

“That is an accurate rendering of the conversation at the staff meeting,” he testified.

“You were told to stand down, is that correct?” Risch, a Republican, asked Daniel.

“Those actions were put on the back burner, yes. That was not the focus of our activity during that time period,” Daniel replied.

He noted the White House cybersecurity team did continue working to respond to Russia, but with a smaller staff and a less aggressive approach.

“It’s not accurate to say that all activity ceased at that point,” he said, declining to describe the activities in an unclassified hearing. GF Politics


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