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A joint report from the FBI and Department of Homeland Security on Russian “malicious cyber activity” was declassified and released on Thursday, just after the Obama administration announced sanctions against individuals and entities associated with Russian intelligence that it believes were involved in election-related hacking.

In a joint statement, the Department of Homeland Security, Office of the Director of National Intelligence and FBI called the hacks “part of a decade-long campaign of cyber-enabled operations” directed at the United States.

Read the report:

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  1. FOX: We are all Russians today.
    Snooky: I long to see Putin’s head in Alaska sky.

  2. Palin says he eats Cheerios and bear’s testicles for breakfast. On the back deck. She watches as she does the dishes in the morning. How you clean a plate with a Magic Wand is puzzling, but she manages.

  3. The research in this report has occurred over some extended time.
    Comey decided to keep a lid on Russia’s election hacking but write a letter days before the election saying the FBI found Clinton emails on an assistant’s computer with zero evidence of wrongdoing?? WTF? Comey committed treason and needs to be treated like the traitor he is.

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