The question regarding the alleged hacking by Russia is when did you know about it and what did you do about it?
If the President of the United States says that he admonished Putin to "Knock it off," what was the extent of the knocking? And at that point what were the instructions to our cyber security people that were placed in action to combat it?
When NSA Director Rogers says "We clearly are not where we want to be or need to be" what does that mean? To what extent are we where we need to be? What more were we waiting for in order to take action against Russia? If the election was an issue or if the "Hacking" was so important to "Knock Off" why wait to make it a major issue after the election.
One has to ask the question: if Hillary had won, how urgent would the action being taken now take place? It seem now that because Trump won we know more now and are doing more about it now than before the election and Hillary was slated to win. It's obvious to all that Trump's victory stunned everyone, even his supporters.
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So, the question Congress ought to be asking the president and the intelligence community is "What did you know and when did you know it." The second question is obvious "What actions did you do about what you knew?"
There is a new electorate that is not standing by and allowing their intellect to be taken for granted. We are smart, we think for ourselves and we want accountability from those who are paid to represent us.