The ever so popular hacking group Anonymous has posted a series of tweets today to warn the US President-elect Donald Trump that they would expose his Russian relations.
These messages are published by the Anonymous after Donald Trump took Twitter to suggest that outgoing CIA head John Brennan may be involved in the spreading of the fake news which made the headlines in the past few weeks, thia includes “Crimea, Syria, Ukraine and the build-up of Russian nukes.”
The @YourAnonCentral Twitter handle, which more than 150,000 followers, and was one of the first to reply to the Donald Trump’s tweet. In the tweet, they accused the President-elect of being directly involved in some shady activities in Russia.
“[email protected] you have financial and personal links with Russian mobsters, money launderers, and child traffickers” said Anonymous in their first message.
“This isn’t the 80’s any more, information doesn’t vanish, it is all out there. You will regret the next 4 years. We could care less about Democrats attacking you @realDonaldTrump, the fact of the matter is, you are implicated in some really heavy s**t. Roy Cohen and your daddy are not here to protect you anymore. Oh and please tell your interns to not waste money hitting us with your Moldavian bot farm, stay frosty @realDonaldTrump.”
It can go without saying that the Donald Trump did not respond to the Anonymous’ tweets, and there is absolutely no chance he did not notice them since he’s such a big Twitter fan.
In the other news, Donald Trump said he will keep his personal Twitter account in the next four years, so expect similar messages to be posted occasionally during his tenure at the White House.
As far as Anonymous is concerned, the hacking group hasn’t said anything about when and how it could leak the information about the new President of the United States.
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