What does Russia have on Trump? He goes AWOL as Russia launches cyber-Pearl Harbor attack on US government agencies.
Computer networks at the Energy Department and National Nuclear Security Administration, which keep the U.S. nuclear weapon stockpile, have been compromised.
Trump, instead, whines about a stolen election, though the Dept. of Homeland Security considered it the most secure election ever, and pushes the fantasy that the results will be overturned. He also claims to be a victim of the investigation of Russia meddling in the 2016 election. Our poor president is the victim of the "Russian hoax."
America is blessed to have a fully-qualified Trump replacement waiting in the wings. President-elect Biden has expressed concern about “what appears to be a massive cybersecurity breach affecting potentially thousands of victims, including US companies and federal government entities".
The Democrat has warned there will be “substantial costs on those responsible for such malicious attacks.” His administration “will not stand idly by in the face of cyber assaults on our nation.
Biden is downright presidential. Jan. 20 cannot come soon enough.
Biden is president-elect because during the race for the White House he “acted as a president in the absence of one,” Jen O’Malley Dillon, who was his campaign manager, told a Dec. 17 webinar sponsored by Precision Strategies. She sure got that right.
The former VP held fast to this theme of battling for 'the soul of the nation,” while president Trump pushed fear and divisiveness.
Biden showed great empathy to fellow Americans who lost their jobs or loved ones to COVID-19 and addressed the nation when the death toll hit the 100K mark, which was in sharp contrast to Trump’s strategy of downplaying the threat and belittling ways to stop the spread.
Biden called the murder of George Floyd a “wake-up call for our nation” and met with Black community leaders, while Trump urged governors to “dominate” protesters.
O’Malley Dillon, who had predicted the race would be a close one, said the campaign remained confident of victory though Election Day dragged on for days as vote counts trickled.
The trick was to “minimize panic” among supporters and the media by educating them about how the vote would turn out once pro-Biden precincts finally reported results.
She found out that networks declared Biden the winner while jogging in Wilmington. “My mom called me and said: You guys did it,” said O’Malley Dillon, who is the incoming White House deputy chief of staff.
O’Malley Dillon, a co-founder of Precision Strategies, spoke at the webinar that was moderated by the firm's other co-founders Stephanie Cutter and Teddy Goff.
During the session, she credited Stacey Abrams for delivering Georgia to Biden. She noted that The Peach State has been on the Democratic radar since 2008. And Texas? "The path to victory is there," she said. "I can't wait for that day."
She also addressed the controversy triggered by her interview with Glamour, in which she called Congressional Republicans a “bunch of fu-----?
There are "some words that I probably could have chosen better,” she said.