While the CIA has officially confirmed that Russia did intervene in the 2016 Presidential election, it is missing half of the story. Hacked e-mails from the Clinton camp were all well and good, especially when Wikileaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange would “leak” anything anti-Clinton thing he could find. However, several Wikileaks insiders have confirmed that e-mail conversations between Pennsylvania mob boss Sal Satira and Russian Special Agent Sergei Samozvanets – detailing how to gain access to voting machines in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin – were also in Assange’s possession well before the election. The question is, where are these e-mails now? Surely they would be far more interesting than John Podesta’s dinner plans.