DNC Chairman Donna Brazile likes to portray herself as a sweet lil’ Christian black lady who cries “PERSECUTION” when her integrity is questioned. Thanks to campaign emails via WikiLeaks we now know that “status” of her integrity beyond all doubt.
What have we discovered?
1 – Donna Brazile, as DNC Vice Chair, leaked Bernie Sanders’ campaign secrets to the Clinton campaign.
2 – While Brazile was tweeting about how fabulous the Obama economy is, she was telling the Clinton campaign that the economy is in despair.
3 – We know that Brazile, when DNC Vice Chair and a CNN employee, got a tough town hall debate question in advance and passed them on to Hillary . She got debate questions in advance from debate moderator Roland Martin. When called on it she denied it and told Megyn Kelly that she was being persecuted by WikiLeaks or the Russians because she is a black woman.
4 – The very left wing and true hater of all things traditional, Salon Magazine (they even published multiple calls for the torture and murder of Sarah Palin), called Donna Brazile out as guilty and published a monetary reward from a security researcher if someone can duplicate such a faked email.
5 – Now we know that Brazile passed on debate questions from another CNN debate as well. Read the email for yourself HERE:
6 – CNN has fired Donna Brazile.
As flawed as we believe Megyn Kelley is, she is right to be outraged by this as Donna Brazile lied to her face:
Donald Trump asks, “Why didn’t Hillary turn in Donna Brazile for handing her the debate questions in advance” – VIDEO.
Could the WikiLeaks emails be faked? As we explained in this post the answer in short is no. It is also worth pointing out that many of the emails in question with the Hillary Campaign, including some of the emails with Donna Brazile, used DKIM authentication which even the NSA might not be able to spoof.
DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) is an email authentication method designed to detect email spoofing. It allows the receiver to check that an email claimed to come from a specific domain was indeed authorized by the owner of that domain. It is intended to prevent forged sender addresses in emails, a technique often used in phishing and email spam.
In technical terms, DKIM lets a domain associate its name with an email message by affixing a digital signature to it. Verification is carried out using the signer’s public key published in the DNS. A valid signature guarantees that some parts of the email (possibly including attachments) have not been modified since the signature was affixed.