Longstanding US war on Russia by other means includes phony charges of US election meddling and countless others.
Each time Washington makes accusations against Russia, no corroborating evidence is presented because there is none.
New Russophobic charges came Monday, the Trump regime’s Justice Department saying the following:
“Six (alleged) Russian…military intelligence…officers (were) charged (with) deployment of destructive malware and other disruptive actions in cyberspace (sic).”
Citing no evidence to support its charges, the DOJ claimed they “sought to disrupt the 2017 French elections (sic) and the 2018 Winter Olympic games (sic).”
There’s more, the DOJ claiming charged Russians “and their co-conspirators engaged in computer intrusions and attacks intended to support Russian government efforts to undermine, retaliate against, or otherwise destabilize…Ukraine (and) Georgia (sic).”
They “retaliate(d) against… efforts to hold Russia accountable for its use of a weapons-grade nerve agent, novichok on foreign soil (sic).”
They “caused nearly $1 billion in losses (sic).”
They’re falsely charged with “conspiracy, computer hacking, wire fraud, aggravated identity theft, and false registration of a domain name (sic).”
Charges without credible evidence are groundless.
Once again, the US invented them against designated Russian officials.
Symbolic alone, they’re all about demonizing Russia to falsely claim its ruling authorities pose a national security threat to the US and West.
No such threat exists — nor by any other foreign countries.Phony US Charges of Russian Cyberattacks