BREAKING: SH*T IS LITERALLY HITTING THE FAN RIGHT NOW… LOCK AND LOAD

 

Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS –

In what amounts to as a “massive cyberattack,” some of the Web’s most popular sites have been shut down.

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A slew of major sites including Twitter, Netflix, and Spotify were affected by what was described as a DDoS, or a distributed denial of service attack, on the Internet services company Dyn.

Is this a false flag orchestrated by Obama to put the blame on Russia and possibly open the door for WAR? Or is this the result of Obama’s incompetence in handing full control over the internet to foreigners?

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The attack comes just weeks after Congress failed to stop the Obama administration from giving away U.S. control of the internet.

As Townhall.com reports, “The Obama Administration’s unilateral (and now, irreversible) decision transfers control over the free internet to a private entity over which the United States has minimal, if any influence; leaving the door open to countries like Iran, Russia, China and Syria to exert ‘public policy’ input on the manner by which the internet is managed.”

Well, it’s happened. We have been attacked, thanks to Obama.

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“Starting at 11:10 UTC [7:10 EDT] on October 21st-Friday 2016 we began monitoring and mitigating a DDoS attack against our Dyn Managed DNS [domain name system] infrastructure,” Dyn reported.

Reports of additional attacks surfaced later in the day, and the company found itself on the ropes once again.

“Our engineers continue to investigate and mitigate several attacks aimed against the Dyn Managed DNS infrastructure,” the company wrote on their website at 1:53 EDT.

PayPal was hit too, with the prominent payment company reporting issues via Twitter.

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On Twitter on Friday afternoon, “DDoS” became the top trending topic, with tens of thousands of tweets mentioning the attacks.

Gary Miliefsky, the CEO of Snoopwall, told FoxNews.com that DDoS attacks are common and can be launched cheaply.

Parker Lee at IJ Review reports that while the source of the outage is not yet clear, it also comes amid fears of Russian hacker attacks, including on the White House, Democratic National Committee, and the Clinton campaign.

Just a few weeks ago, in early October, the U.S. government officially accused Russia of hacking campaigns to interfere with elections.

Similarly, officials in Ecuador announced earlier this week that they had cut off internet access to Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, citing concerns “that he was using it to interfere in the U.S. presidential election.”

With America on the verge of electing its next commander-in-chief, it’s not hard to see how any such potentially targeted attacks could wreak havoc, blacking out campaign websites, online communications, or worse, electronic voting machines or tabulation systems.

SHTF is here folks. I recommend taking extra prepping measures. You may not have access to banks which means you should yank out some money while you can. I just did.

Scary stuff.

God Bless.

VOTE FOR DONALD J. TRUMP! TOGETHER WE WILL MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!

Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

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