Georgia Says Obama’s Homeland Security Tried To Hack Their Voter Registration Database


The Obama administration has been accused of many things.

But the latest incident may just take the ultimate cake.

A Georgia official says the Department of Homeland Security tried to cyber hack their systems.

The Hill reports:

Georgia’s Secretary of State is accusing someone at the Department of Homeland Security of illegally trying to hack its computer network, including the voter registration database.

In a letter to Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, copied to the full Georgia congressional delegation, Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp alleges that a computer with a DHS internet address attempted to breach its systems.

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Kemp writes: “On November 15, 2016, an IP address associated with the Department of Homeland Security made an unsuccessful attempt to penetrate the Georgia Secretary of State’s firewall. I am writing you to ask whether DHS was aware of this attempt and, if so, why DHS was attempting to breach our firewall.” 

November 15 was a full week after the election. 

What scandal won’t this administration be involved in?!


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