An cyberattack was reportedly launched as Donald Trump gave a speech at the CPAC event.
According to a new report just released by Big League Politics, it has just been revealed that a CYBERATTACK was launched in a PLANNED attack just as Donald Trump gave a speech to his supporters at the Conservative Politcal Action Committee (CPAC) event. The free speech platform and competitor to Facebook called “GAB” was the target of the hackers, and Donald Trump’s account on the platform was reportedly compromised.
Free Speech Platformed Targeted In Cyberattack During Trump Speech
The free speech platform “Gab,” which is a conservative alternative to Facebook, was just targeted by hackers during Donald Trump’s speech to the Conservative Political Action Comittee yesterday.
According to Gab’s CEO, Andrew Torba, has just released a statement to America confirming that the platform was targeted by hackers, saying it was a coordinated attack:
“The same people behind the attack targeted law enforcement and their family members last summer. The feds are treating them as a criminal hacker organization. We are working with our partners in law enforcement on this issue.”
He continued, saying:
“My account and Trump’s account were compromised, of course as Trump is about to go on stage and speak.”
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