Why isn’t Congress and Fedex calling NSA to account for the WannaCry?

Are they scared of the NSA?

The electorate heard plenty about the Russian connection long before the ballots were cast, and had time to make up their minds.

All of the “official” sources have said there is absolutely no indication whatsoever that the Russian hackers or anybody else altered the results of the elections.

However, Georgia’s Elections authority did say that somebody in Homeland Security did try to get into their systems, and they demanded an investigation into that.

Is the FBI investigating that crack attempt from Homeland Security into Georgia elections authority systems?

How about the fake anti-Trump leaks quoting anonymous intelligence sources, and the leaks that only could have come from an employee with high-up authorizations?

AND Why aren’t all the corporations and governments that got hit by this WannaCry ransomware attack suing the NSA for creating this back door program into systems instead of patching it?

Again, it deserves repeating:

AND Why aren’t all the corporations and governments that got hit by this WannaCry ransomware attack suing the NSA for creating this back door program into systems instead of patching it?

Why isn’t CONGRESS demanding explanations and accountability from the NSA for their gross negligence in their mission of protecting cybersecurity in the infrastructure? Why aren’t they trying to find out WHO made the decision to create this tool instead of notifying Microsoft?

They’re talking about XP vulnerability. Did the NSA know about this security hole in XP before Microsoft ended their support for XP, so they could close this hole before ending support?

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