Washington Post Fast Start For Fake News In 2017

Two days ago, the fake news Washington Post ran this story as part of their attempt to delegitimize President Trump.

The idiot governor of Vermont jumped right in too.

Russian operation hacked a Vermont utility, showing risk to U.S. electrical grid security, officials say – The Washington Post

Like with essentially all Washington Post stories, it was nothing but fake news.

Russian government hackers do not appear to have targeted Vermont utility, say people close to investigation – The Washington Post

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14 Responses to Washington Post Fast Start For Fake News In 2017

  1. Zedekiah Smyth says:

    Yes, I can just picture Vladimir Putin taking a break from opening boxes at the end marked OPEN OTHER END and thinking, “Hmmm, I really must cause havoc with the electricity in Vermont. Maybe interfere with somebody’s vacuuming. Hah, hah, so much evil!”

  2. Gail Combs says:

    The Washington Post completely ignores the most probable ‘outside agent’

    With Trump in office I expected all He11 to break loose.

    Add these up:
    1. July 2015 Pam Geller: Saudi Prince Pledges $32 Billion to Promote Islam/Sharia in America “.. Saudis have spent billions already. 80% of the mosques build in America are Saudi funded. Islamic groups working to impose the sharia are largely funded by the Saudis.” Remember?? — 9/11 had Saudi footprints all over it. So you have Saudi Arabia not only funding Mosques but SUPPLYING clerics. (Lost link) WikiLeaks also shows Hillary KNEW Saudi Arabia and Quatar are funding ISIS.

    2. Juditcal Watch: Cartels Help Terrorists in Mexico Get to U.S. to Explore Targets; ISIS Militant Shaykh Mahmood Omar Khabir Among Them

    FBI: 7,700 Terrorist Encounters in USA Last Year: The jihad is crossing the southern border, a majority of encounters in Arizona were with Islamist groups.

    Inspector General: Thousands Of Green Cards ‘Missing’ Could Be Used For Terrorists Entering Country
    CONTINUED (so I don’t trip URL counter)

    • Gail Combs says:

      3. Obama stuffed his Admin. with muslims who derailed any investigation of muslims, mosques or terrorists. They ORDERED Phil Haney, who worked in the Dept. of Homeland Security to DUMP all his work tracing terrorists.

      Breitbart Exclusive-DHS Whistleblower Philip Haney: P.C. Killed Investigation That Might Have Stopped San Bernardino Attack

      Breitbart DHS Whistleblower Philip Haney: ‘Self-Radicalization’ Is a Myth

      4. Here Are the 190 US Cities Obama Selected to Dump Muslim “Refugees”

      5. September 7, 2016 Islamic State makes terrorism threat facing U.S. gravest since 9/11 attacks

      The terrorist threat facing the U.S. and its European allies is “bigger, wider and deeper” than at any point since the Sept. 11 attacks 15 years ago, the White House’s top counterterrorism official said in a grim review of global threats…
      While al Qaeda has planted individual operatives inside the U.S. to plan, coordinate and launch attacks, those sleeper cells still maintained “definite linkages” to the group’s chain of command

      So the threat from Islamic terrorist, unlike the ‘threat’ from Russia is REAL and DOCUMENTED.


    • Gail Combs says:

      And what is one or the Islamic Terrorist Targets???

      Why the ELECTRIC GRID!

      CNN 10/15/2015 ISIS is attacking the U.S. energy grid (and failing)

      The Islamic State is trying to hack American electrical power companies — but they are terrible at it.
      U.S. law enforcement officials revealed the hack attempts on Wednesday….

      “ISIL is beginning to perpetrate cyberattacks,” Caitlin Durkovich, assistant secretary for infrastructure protection at the Department of Homeland Security, told company executives.

      Investigators would not reveal any details to CNNMoney — or cite evidence of specific incidents.

      But they did say the attacks by the Islamic State have been unsuccessful. Terrorists are not currently using the most sophisticated hacking tools to break into computer systems and turn off or blow up machines.

      “Strong intent. Thankfully, low capability,” said John Riggi, a section chief at the FBI’s cyber division. “But the concern is that they’ll buy that capability.”

      So let’s blame the Russians…

  3. Frank K. says:

    Well, I’ll be installing a generator at my home this year because I live in the wilds of New Hampshire and there’s always the possibility of an ice storm or blizzard taking out the power lines. Fortunately, my generator will be safe from the menacing unconnected laptop at Burlington Electric! :)

    • Gail Combs says:

      Hope you have a wood stove too. I really miss my wood stove. I used to cook on it all the time.

      • Rud Istvan says:

        My remote Wisconsin dairy farm (several hundred acres) has a central family room (the original log cabin from ~1880) heated only by a wood stove. The rest is heated either by a high efficiency propane furnace, or a wood burning double wall firebox blown into the furnace plenum when we are there. (Kitchen stove is now propane). Bottom line, with a little electricity, we are mostly self sufficient at the farm. So the little emergency electricity (milking machine, central furnace determined) is a given times my 900 gallon diesel tank storage for the emergency genset–and fueling all the farm machinery!
        We haul in several full cords of firewood per year using the small compact 4WD tractor, logging chains plus tongs, and multiple chain saws. We cut and split that wood using peaveys, chain saws, and splitting mauls. We store it all in the farmhouse cellar transported using an old Ford F250 HD 4WD long bed crew cab. My 1993 truck baby.
        So, does this setup play in Chicago or NYC?
        Nope. But in a crunch, they won’t get to my farm.

  4. Brian G Valentine says:

    Any ice loss 5+ years must be sublimation. How something that receives no solar insolation for half of a year experiences a “radiation imbalance from CO2 in the air” is a mystery, isn’t it.

    Maybe Tamino can explain it.

    Or Joe Rohm.

    Or that fool Brenda Ekwurzel.

    There is somebody out there, somewhere, with a rational explanation.

  5. E. Newgate says:

    It’s funny how americans like to make light of things until it actually happened. Then, you guys will overreact, start a war somewhere in the Middle East, then force the whole world to reminisce the event with you even after more than a decade. Just like 9/11. Oh, let’s not forget about the new trend of making everything into a movie, yeah?

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