This follows the general rule that Democrats are almost always doing exactly what they are accusing others of.
The state of Georgia on Thursday accused Obama’s U.S. Homeland Security Department of trying to hack its election systems.
In a letter to Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, Georgia Secretary of State Brian P. Kemp said a computer traced back to the federal agency in Washington tried unsuccessfully to penetrate the state office’s firewall one week after the presidential election. The letter speculated that what it described as “a large unblocked scan event” might have been a security test.
It sought details, including whether the agency did in fact conduct the unauthorized scan, who authorized it and whether other states might have been similarly probed. Kemp cited the federal law against knowingly accessing a computer without authorization or exceeding authorized access, which is a felony. (Read more from “State of Georgia Finds Evidence That Feds Tried to Hack Official Election Computers” HERE)