Why Isn’t Anyone Talking About Iranian Election Interference for Biden?
By Daniel Greenfield
The only election interference that the Democrats want to talk about is Russia, Russia, Russia. Meanwhile they’re ignoring the warnings about Iran’s election interference.
Iranian hackers have been targeting U.S. state government websites in “an intentional effort to influence and interfere with the 2020 U.S. presidential election,” according to an investigation by the FBI and the Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA).
The hackers have “successfully obtained voter registration data in at least one state,” the FBI and CISA advisory report published Friday said.
The FBI released its own flash bulletin in coordination with CISA and the Department of Homeland Security alleging that Iranian “advanced persistent threat” actors “are creating fictitious media sites and spoofing legitimate media sites to spread anti-American propaganda and misinformation about voter suppression.”
Whom would the Iranians favor?
President Trump, who cut off the money pipeline to the Islamic terrorist regime, or Joe Biden, whose former administration covertly and illegally sent billions to Iran, and whose policy proposes to turn the money tap back on to fund terrorism around the region and the world?
The candidate with a history of ties to the Iran lobby who proposed sending a $200 million check to Iran after 9/11.
“Seems to me this would be a good time to send, no strings attached, a check for $200 million to Iran,” Biden declares.
Waging a presidential campaign amid rising tensions with Iran 12 years ago, Joe Biden, then a senator from Delaware, had a warning for President George W. Bush should he decide to take military action without congressional authorization.
“I want it on the record, and I want to make it clear,” Biden said. “If he does, I will move to impeach him.”
Kaveh Mohseni, a spokesman for the Student Movement Coordination Committee for Democracy in Iran, calls Biden “a great friend of the mullahs.” He notes that Bidens election campaigns “have been financed by Islamic charities of the Iranian regime based in California and by the Silicon Iran network,” a loosely-knit group of wealthy Iranian-American businessmen and women seeking to end the U.S. trade embargo on Iran. “In exchange, the senator does his best to aid the mullahs,” Mohseni argues.
Biden’s ties to pro-Tehran lobbying groups are no secret.
But what’s Iran actually doing?
The Iranian hackers suspected of posing as the Proud Boys and sending threatening emails to potentially thousands of American voters accessed voter registration data in at least one state, US federal officials said Friday evening.
Some threatening emails that were sent last week to voters in multiple states, including Florida and Alaska, read, “You will vote for Trump on Election Day or we will come after you.”
The emails were made to look as if they had been sent by the Proud Boys, a hate group embraced by President Donald Trump at the first debate, but were actually the work of Iranian hackers, US intelligence and law enforcement agencies announced last week. Some of the emails included the home addresses of the voters the messages were sent to.
This is the election interference that Democrats won’t talk about.