Special Counsel Robert Mueller noted in his report that his team did not “obtain or examine” the Democratic National Committee servers and the “reason” is insane.
It’s outrageous that in an investigation to discover hacking by Russia that the servers of the DNC would be omitted, but that’s exactly what has happened.
Mueller’s report shares that the particular servers weren’t checked because “the Office understands that the FBI, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and the states have separately investigated that activity.”
Yet if memory serves, Democrats DENIED the FBI the opportunity to check those servers, instead striking a back alley deal for the third party company CrowdStrike to perform the forensics and then provide the details of their investigation to the FBI. CrowdStrike was paid some $100 million for the service by Google Captial.
Astute readers might recall that Google Capital is a part of Alphabet Inc., the parent company of Google that has long favored the Democratic party.
So a partisan third party was allowed to review massive amounts of sensitive government data and then submit what it wanted to the FBI, which in turn has been deemed good enough by special counsel Mueller.