If you consider journalistic incompetence worthy of praise, Barack Obama’s last press conference was a success. During the press conference, which lasted for about half-an hour, Obama addressed questions ranging from the commutation of Chelsea Manning’s sentence to enquiries regarding his personal life and how they talked about the 2016 election with their daughters.
The enquiries by the media clearly showed that the press hardly understands its own role in a free society. The Los Angeles Times recently noted that Obama was very successful in keeping the U.S. military forces at war for all eight years of his tenure. Despite this, the press only enquired not quite a hard-hitting inquiry for an outgoing president.
Obama, alongside several Democrats who were intrigued by their loss in the Presidential election resulted in blaming Russia for hacking the DNC emails. Unfortunately, Obama had no evidence to back his claims.
However, during the press conference, Obama revealed that the conclusions of the intelligence community with respect to the Russian hacking were not conclusive as to whether WikiLeaks was witting or not being the conduit through the release that it made of the leaked emails.
Obama clarified that the U.S. government has no evidence as to how WikiLeaks got the DNC material. In a report issued by Murray, Obama’s statement is important since it undermines the stream of completely evidence-free nonsense that has been emerging from the U.S intelligence services for the last two months.
Following the terrible loss of the Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, a series of suppositions have been coined together to explain the loss of Hillary Clinton. Based on Murray’s statement in which Obama refers to the emails that were leaked and not the servers that were hacked. It’s obvious that Obama agrees with experts that were involved on the subject. It’s now evident that the entire torment revolving around the Russian interference with the 2016 election was nothing but a smokescreen.
It’s good to finally have the truth being told by Obama, who previously held a totally different opinion. In a statement made by a whistleblower who previously worked as Technical Director of the National Security Agency, the incident wasn’t a hack and if it was, the NSA would have long ago with the exact details pertaining the crucial occurrence.<<Back