SOMEONE TELL THE DEMOCRATS! New Report Says Obama’s 2008 Campaign Was Hacked By Russia!

This. Is. Hilarious. Democrats have been running around for months screaming RUSSIA! at the top of their lungs. But according to a new report, Obama’s 2008 campaign was hacked by Russia.

Do we need a special prosecutor to look into that too?

The Washington Examiner reports:

Obama’s 2008 campaign was hacked by Russians: Report

Members of President Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign were attacked by Russian hackers, according to a report Friday.

While investigating Russian spy activity beginning the day after the 2016 election, cyber security firm Area 1 Security said it picked up on “small patterns” during a phishing campaign.

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The firm looked at a decade’s worth of activity Russian spy group RUS2, which the report says is also known as the “Dukes, APT-29, or Cozy Bear.”

Cyber detectives say Cozy Bear, along with “Fancy Bear,” another Russian spy group tied to Russia’s military intelligence agency G.R.U., were behind the 2015 hack of the Democratic National Committee. Cozy Bear is also believed to have breached the State Department, White House and Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Through reverse engineering their database, Area 1 Security said it uncovered Cozy Bear targets dating back to the 2008 campaign. Previously it had been reported that hackers connected with the Chinese government targeted candidates Barack Obama and Sen. John McCain in 2008.

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Will anyone in the media ask Chuck Schumer for comment on this?

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