Quantcast
Connect with us

The Russian military is now deploying its hackers to hunt for dirt on Biden too: report

Published

on

On Monday, The New York Times reported that Russian military officials have moved to hack into Burisma, the Ukrainian gas company on whose board former Vice President Joe Biden’s son sat.

The move suggests that the Kremlin is now also trying to hunt for the dirt on Biden that President Donald Trump tried to extort out of the Ukrainian government by withholding military aid.

ADVERTISEMENT

“The Russian tactics are strikingly similar to what American intelligence agencies say was Russia’s hacking of emails from Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman and the Democratic National Committee during the 2016 presidential campaign,” reported the Times. “In that case, once they had the emails, the Russians used trolls to spread and spin the material, and built an echo chamber to widen its effect.”


Report typos and corrections to: [email protected].
READ COMMENTS - JOIN THE DISCUSSION
Continue Reading

Breaking Banner

‘Confusion, fear, distrust’: Shocking IG report details Trump administration’s ‘unprecedented’ COVID-19 failures

Published

on

A newly released report from the inspector general for the Department of Health and Human Services paints a devastating portrait of the Trump administration's failures during the coronavirus pandemic.

NBC News reports that the HHS IG found that hospitals across the United States are lacking supplies as basic as thermometers, even as they're being undercut by their own federal government in trying to acquire new supplies.

Continue Reading

Breaking Banner

Furious Morning Joe goes off on ‘reckless’ Trump in shouting tirade

Published

on

MSNBC's Joe Scarborough went off on a shouting rant against President Donald Trump's bungled response to the coronavirus outbreak that has killed thousands and shut down the U.S. economy indefinitely.

The "Morning Joe" host lamented that Trump and his administration wasted crucial weeks of preparation that eroded any advantages the United States could have had in fighting the pandemic, and he said the president was still failing his test of leadership.

Continue Reading
 

Breaking Banner

‘Smash-and-grab economics’: Trump White House weighing tax cut for rich investors as workers and small businesses struggle

Published

on

The Trump administration was condemned for considering "rewarding vulture capitalists profiting off a crisis."

As desperate workers, the unemployed, and small businesses struggle to obtain benefits authorized under the multi-trillion-dollar coronavirus stimulus package President Donald Trump signed into law late last month, the White House is reportedly considering an additional slate of aid measures that critics say would disproportionately favor the wealthy while providing little relief for those most in need.

Continue Reading
 
 
You need honest news coverage. Help us deliver it. Join Raw Story Investigates for $1. Go ad-free.
close-image