51% of Americans Polled By Rasmussen Say Obama Administration Guilty of Treason
A Rasmussen Poll finds, 51% of Americans say the Obama Administration is guilty of Treason in leaking details of CyberSecurity efforts:
In a poll that damns the media and the administration, 72% of likely U.S. voters say the leaks undermine national security. Rasmussen adds that only 14% believe the media is providing a public service when it releases that information.Now, of course, Americans are not yet convinced that it is the Obama Administration who leaked the information.
Most importantly, some 51% of voters said leaking classified documents is an act of treason, bolstering congressional and Justice investigations into leaks that led to stories about the killing of Osama bin Laden and the high-tech raid on Iran's nuclear facilities.
But, being that even Diane Feinstein and John McCain believe the White House is the source of the leaks, this means that it is extremely likely that the Obama Administration is the guilty party.
I would say, it's not so much that the American people do not know this to be true. They simply can not fathom that we would have a President who hates his own country.
But, we do, and the American people are not fools. They will slowly but surely move from disbelief to rational understanding.
So, what does the Obama Administration do when the American people begin to catch on about it's Treasonous ways?
Why, they blame the Jews, of course.
The Obama Administration is now admitting the US was in on developing the Flame computer virus, and did so to target Iran, but they are blaming the Jews (Israel) for unauthorized use of the weapon:
The United States and Israel jointly developed a sophisticated computer virus nicknamed Flame that collected critical intelligence in preparation for cyber-sabotage attacks aimed at slowing Iran’s ability to develop a nuclear weapon, according to Western officials with knowledge of the effort.
The massive piece of malware was designed to secretly map Iran’s computer networks and monitor the computers of Iranian officials, sending back a steady stream of intelligence used to enable an ongoing cyberwarfare campaign, according to the officials.
The effort, involving the National Security Agency, the CIA and Israel’s military, has included the use of destructive software such as the so-called Stuxnet virus to cause malfunctions in Iran’s nuclear enrichment equipment.
The emerging details about Flame provide new clues about what is believed to be the first sustained campaign of cyber-sabotage against an adversary of the United States.
“This is about preparing the battlefield for another type of covert action,” said one former high-ranking U.S. intelligence official, who added that Flame and Stuxnet were elements of a broader assault that continues today. “Cyber collection against the Iranian program is way further down the road than this.”
Flame came to light last month after Iran detected a series of cyberattacks on its oil industry. The disruption was directed by Israel in a unilateral operation that apparently caught its U.S. partners offguard, according to several U.S. and Western officials, speaking on the condition of anonymity.The Obama Administration is only too happy to provide you with technical details.
The virus is among the most sophisticated and subversive pieces of malware exposed to date. Experts said the program was designed to replicate across even highly secure networks, then control everyday computer functions to send a flow of secrets back to its creators. The code could activate computer microphones and cameras, log keyboard strokes, take computer screen shots, extract geolocation data from images and send and receive commands and data through Bluetooth wireless technology.
Flame was designed to do all this while masquerading as a routine Microsoft software update, evading detection for several years by using a sophisticated program to crack an encryption algorithm.