The C.E.O. told Steve Bannon that a majority of cyber attacks during the 2020 election came from China, during a segment on Bannon’s War Room.
Mike is right on the money.
People in the mainstream media paint Mike Lindell as a crazy conspiracy theorist, but let us take a moment to examine his latest claim.
Lindell told Steve Bannon that 60% of cyber attacks came from China.
We know that according to reports from the previous DNI John Ratcliffe, The CCP has been targeting American politicians up to 12x as much as rival countries.
We also know that politicians have been sleeping with Chinese spies (lookin at you Swalwell), and that there is evidence of Chinese meddling in the 2020 election according to the former DNI.
Given all these reports from a highly credible source like the office of The DNI, how can the MSM make these claims about Mike Lindell?
He is clearly not the only one saying things like this…….
Check it out:
Fox Newsreported on this, as early as August of 2020:
Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe told Fox News that China poses “a greater national security threat” to the United States “than any other nation,” detailing a web of threats that includes “election influence and interference.”
Intelligence officials say they are increasingly concerned about interference in the U.S. election by China, adding to existing concerns about meddling by Russia that have been around since 2016, as well as the threat of meddling from Iran.
“China poses a greater national security threat to the U.S. than any other nation – economically, militarily and technologically. That includes threats of election influence and interference,” Ratcliffe told Fox News in a statement.
While Russia was widely seen as favoring now-President Trump and generally seeking to sow chaos in America during the 2016 election, the difference with China is it is seen to be seeking a Trump loss in November.
Reuters had a related report:
Suspected Chinese hackers exploited a flaw in software made by SolarWinds Corp to help break into U.S. government computers last year, five people familiar with the matter told Reuters, marking a new twist in a sprawling cybersecurity breach that U.S. lawmakers have labeled a national security emergency.
Two people briefed on the case said FBI investigators recently found that the National Finance Center, a federal payroll agency inside the U.S. Department of Agriculture, was among the affected organizations, raising fears that data on thousands of government employees may have been compromised.
The software flaw exploited by the suspected Chinese group is separate from the one the United States has accused Russian government operatives of using to compromise up to 18,000 SolarWinds customers, including sensitive federal agencies, by hijacking the company’s Orion network monitoring software.