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DOJ Finds Malware on Trump Tower Server Designed to Mimic Russia Ties

The left’s Russia tale just got further complicated by a Washington Free Beacon reporter, Adam Kredo, who brought to light an issue that has gone under the radar.

Amid story after story about ties the left wishes were there between President Trump’s people and the Russians,  the Department of Justice has reportedly outed contacts between the Trump Tower server and Russian entities as having been faked.

“It wasn’t very well reported, the Department of Justice revealed just last week that in fact some of these ties that they had witnessed between Trump Tower servers and Russian entities in fact, were stooged,” Kredo said.

The Washington Free Beacon reported:

Kredo went on to explain that malware may have been installed on these servers to mimic contacts with Russian entities in an effort to portray that the Trump campaign had the Russian contacts.

On Monday, FBI Director James Comey and National Security Agency Director Admiral Michael Rogers testified before the House Intelligence Committee, where the two were unable to answer many questions on the matter of Trump Tower being monitored during the Obama administration.

We reported here at TFPP about a story from Circa which purported that the Russian bank that pinged the Trump Tower servers may have been spoofed by an entity with political motives.

The source, who spoke under condition of anonymity to Circa, explained that the bank believes that “these malicious attacks are designed to create the false impression that Alfa Bank has a secretive relationship with the Trump Organization.”

Circa explained the technical details but went on to offer this analogy about what it means: “The source said the spoofing attempt is equivalent to someone in the U.S. sending an empty envelope to the Trump Towers but putting on the envelope a return address in Russia, causing the Trump server to falsely return the communication back to Moscow.”

These connections, deemed potentially nefarious by the leftist mainstream media, were thought by the bank initially to be routine computer communications that have to do with server responses to commercial spam mail. But this recently revealed evidence has reportedly caused them to question that hypothesis.

Things aren’t always as they seem, and in the left’s war against Trump, you can bet that things rarely are as the left claims them to be …