SHOCKING: Susan Rice Ordered NSA to Stand Down in 2016

Susan Rice, a longtime accomplice of Barack Obama ordered the national security council to stand down on the alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election. She then threatened them with strict consequences if they continued.

Does that make any sense to you? Why would she not want the Russians investigated? It only makes sense if Rice and the White House knew the Russians didn’t hack the DNC or John Podesta.

Remember, there is absolutely no proof that they did. But there is a witness who swears the DNC hack was committed by Seth Rich using a memory stick. Kim Dotcom has had his lawyer contact Mueller twice so he could show him the proof, but Mueller refused him twice. Why?

Kim Dotcom said that he was personally involved with Rich and his information. Doesn’t it smell like a cover up to you?

From The Daily Caller

NSC officials were reportedly alarmed by Russia’s attempts to meddle in the 2016 presidential election, including the hacking of Democratic National Committee officials’ emails, and those belonging to Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta.

Michael Daniel, an NSC official responsible for the Russia portfolio, told to the book’s authors of multiple plans to strike fear in Russian President Vladimir Putin with the aim of ending Russia’s election meddling. These plans included surreptitiously releasing personal information about Putin’s family, which revealed corruption in Putin’s political party, and even crafting a large cybersecurity exercise as a public threat to Russia.

Michael Daniel, an NSC official responsible for the Russia portfolio said:

One day in late August, national security adviser Susan Rice called Daniel into her office and demanded he cease and desist from working on the cyber options he was developing. “Don’t get ahead of us,” she warned him. The White House was not prepared to endorse any of these ideas. Daniel and his team in the White House cyber response group were given strict orders: “Stand down.” She told Daniel to “knock it off,” he recalled.

If the Russian threat was so great, why was a stand-down order issued?