Joe Biden’s former intern, Steve Scully, and the scheduled moderator of the second scheduled presidential debate claims his Twitter account was hacked. We have evidence that the email in question was sent from his iPhone.
Scully was the upcoming debate moderator until the debate commission changed it from an in person to virtual town hall Thursday morning which prompted President Trump to decline participating in the Presidential commissions unannounced change.
On Thursday night Steve Scully tweeted publicly a question to Trump-hater Anthony Scaramucci, asking, “Should I respond to Trump?” This may have come after a few drinks because he next deleted the tweet.
Screenshot of the tweet because he deleted:
On Friday morning it looked like the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) was going with the old Joy Reid ‘hackers’ defense.
“Apparently something now that’s being on television and on the radio saying that… he’s been talking to #Scaramucci. He was hacked. It didn’t happen,” CPD co-chair Frank Fahrenkopf said on Brian Kilmeade’s radio show.
Fahrenkopf made the remarks on Brian Kilmeade's radio show a short time ago.
— Rocco Aloe (@Rocco__PR) October 9, 2020
C-Span released a statement regarding the so called “hack” of Steve Scully’s Twitter account.
“The Commission on Presidential Debates has stated publicly that the tweet was not sent by Scully himself and is investigating with the help of authorities.”
But we reported that Scully claimed his Twitter account was hacked back in 2012 and 2013 as well:
Next Scully deleted his entire Twitter account.
This morning we have uncovered evidence that destroys Scully’s claims that he was hacked.