New hacked documents reveal DNC financial reports, donors' personal data

New hacked documents reveal DNC financial reports, donors' personal data

June 19, 201612:45 PM MST

Schultz dealing with firestorm over hacked DNC financial data

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Guccifer 2.0, the supposed lone-wolf hacker of the Democratic National Committee's computer data bases, has just released party financial reports and personal data of campaign donors.

AndGuccifer 2.0 says there is much more to come.


Originally Debbie Wasserman Schultz, DNC chairperson, assured the media that only campaign strategy information was hacked, not sensitive personal data.


"Not so," says Guccifer 2.0, who takes his name from the notorious hacker Guccifer recently extradited to the US b the FBI. "As Debbie Schultz from DNC said, no financial information or secret documents were stolen. It appears there are a lot of financial reports, donors lists and their detailed personal information including e-mail addresses and private cell phone numbers."


"Ha! Ha! Ha! Who still doubts I extracted more than 2 files?, taunts Guccifer 2.0. "I got tons of files and docs!!!"


The new list also contains valuable month-by-month reports on the Democratic Party's financial status.


Equally fascinating is the file released a few days ago revealing the campaign strategy the DNC will use against Donald Trump. These files are dated Dec. 19, 2015, but the attack plan is only being implemented in full now. Here are some of the "top narratives" to be used against Trump.


The first narrative is "Trump has no core." Another is that Trump is running a “Divisive and Offensive Campaign.” According to the leaked files, the DNC believes the Trump campaign is built on "fear-mongering, divisiveness, and racism." The files mention his policy announcement "banning all Muslims from entering the U.S., and calling Mexican immigrants ‘rapists’ and ‘drug dealers’ while proposing a U.S.-Mexico border wall."


Other narratives include labeling Trump a “Bad Businessman” and his policies “Dangerous & Irresponsible Policies." One idea back in December was calling Trump the “Misogynist in Chief,” a narrative which evidently has been scrapped because of Trump's

willingness to bring up Bill Clinton's affairs and Hillary's role in covering up his scandals while he was president. The DNC's proposed narrative about Trump's "Personal Life" also seems to have been shelved temporarily.

The Trump campaign at this point does not seem concerned with the information contained about him in the hacked files. Trump told Foxnews on Wednesday June 15 “This is all information that has been out there for many years. Much of it false and/or entirely inaccurate,” He even suggested it was "the DNC that did the hacking as a way to distract from the many issues facing their deeply flawed candidate and failed party leader."




In typical Donald fashion, Trump said "Too bad the DNC doesn’t hackCrooked Hillary’s 33,000 missing emails.”




Some experts still believe that Russian hackers affiliated with the Putin government, not a lone wolf, hacked the documents, which led to speculation that Russia could influence the US election via leaks damaging to a particular candidate.




Regardless of what information emerges from future hacked documents, the very fact that the DNC was hacked has political implications.




Hillary Clinton is under criminal investigation for maintaining a private e-mail server many considered vulnerable to hacking by foreign entities. The fact that a lone-wolf hacker could break into DNC secret computer bases only reinforces the idea that Clinton and her staff acted irresponsibly in leaving sensitive high-security classified state secrets sitting on a low-security home-based computer server.




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