The hacker calling himself ‘Guccifer 2.0’ says he broke into the computers of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, making public their password lists, cell phone numbers, and many campaign documents.“As you see the U.S. presidential elections are becoming a farce, a big political performance where the voters are far from playing the leading role. Everything is being settled behind the scenes as it was with Bernie Sanders,” the hacker wrote on his blog. “I wonder what happened to the true democracy, to the equal opportunities, the things we love the United States for.” “The [mainstream media] are producing tons of propaganda hiding the real stuff behind it. But I do believe that people have right to know what’s going on inside the election process in fact,” the hacker wrote. “To make a long story short, here are some DCCC docs from their server. Make use of them.” One of the documents listed mobile phone numbers and email addresses of every Democrat in the House of Representatives. The hacker also posted three files with passwords used to access publication subscriptions and other DCCC files, with special thanks" to the GCCC staffer from whose emails he obtained the documents. "By the way, the complexity of the passwords leaves much to be desired," the hacker wrote, referring to the frequently used ones such as "welcome" and "democrat." Well it still looks like the Democrat party still doesn't understand what being secured even means. Look at it this way though, at least Guccifer is proving to all of America that Democrats in Washington can't be trusted with anything when it comes to their use of the internet. Democrats not knowing a single thing about online security and online ORM should make all Americans not wanting to place a single Democrat in charge of our national security. If Democrats rise to power in 2016 and can't even control themselves on the internet, our countries national security is screwed for good.