Thursday night on TheBlaze, reporter Sharyl Attkisson sat down with Glenn for an hour long discussion on the state of journalism under the Obama administration and the failures of the fourth estate to expose real corruption happening in the United States. Just a few minutes into the interview, she showed a video that should send a chill down the spine of every American citizen. Sharyl videotaped her laptop screen as words disappear from the screen, deleted from some unknown source.
"I had no control over what was going on with the file," Sharyl explained.
She could only stop it by turning off her Wi-Fi.
The incident happened nine months after she had a forensics report done that showed highly sophisticated remote intrusion, monitoring, and surveillance on both her work and personal computers. It gave the hackers the ability to control her computer as if they were sitting in front of it.
"[Experts] theorized it was an effort by somebody to let me know they were there. Not to hide it, but to put it in my face and intimidate me."
"I think the people who did this are cowards and bullies," Sharyl said. "I think it's outrageous anybody would do this."
Sharyl revealed that the forensics exam showed that the software on her computer was proprietary to four government agencies: the CIA, FBI, the Defense Intelligence Agency, or the National Security Agency (NSA).
"It's pretty frightening."