Virtually always when accusations surface against nations free from US control, no credible evidence supports them.
It’s because what’s claimed is fabricated.
In legitimate tribunals, charges without evidence backing them are dismissed straightaway.
Not in the US and other Western states, especially when targeting Russia, China, Iran, and other nations on Washington’s target list for regime change.
On December 13, Russian intelligence was again accused of conducting a major cyberattack against US private organizations, the Treasury, Commerce, and other departments in Washington.
The timing was suspicious, raising an obvious red flag, coming weeks before Biden/Harris replace Trump in January.
It’s unclear precisely what, if anything, happened.
All that’s known is what US officials claim. They long ago lost credibility, why nothing they say should be taken at face value.
What’s going is all about setting the stage for tough US actions against Russia when Biden/Harris take over in January — despite no evidence of unlawful behavior by Moscow against US interests.
Accusations without verifiable evidence backing them are baseless.Biden/Harris Vow Tough Response to Fake Russian Cyberattack