Is NATO Inciting A Possible War Between The U.S. And Russia?

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Jun. 28 2016, Updated 10:05 a.m. ET

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) appears to be inciting a possible war between the U.S. and Russia.

It’s happening because NATO on Tuesday agreed that cyber attacks from Russia are considered an act of war.

Russian hackers reportedly broke into an unclassified Pentagon computer, as well as NATO’s computer network, according to the Associated Press.

The Hillary Clinton state department emails are also playing a part, Zero Hedge reported. The fiasco involved Clinton placing U.S. State Department communications on her “unsecured home computer.”

NATO is maintaining that, since Russian hackers copied emails containing state secrets, it could be construed as an attack against the U.S, according to Zero Hedge.

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If Obama declared it a Russian invasion of the U.S., it would “trigger NATO’s mutual-defense clause” that requires all NATO nations to join with the U.S. in going to war against Russia,” Zero Hedge reported.

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