If you have evidence that Russia committed the SolarWinds "hack," feel free to submit it. You'll be the first to do so publicly.
In the meantime, Lefty Glenn Greenwald has a witty article at Zerohedge: With Biden's New Threats, Russia Discourse More Reckless And Dangerous Than Ever. It's witty, but sad with regard to what it says about the state of the nation's psyche. Day to day, election to fake election, we seem to live from hoax to hoax.
Greenwald doesn't do brief articles, but here are a few excerpts:
To justify Hillary Clinton’s 2016 loss to Donald Trump, leading Democrats and their key media allies for years competed with one another to depict what they called “Russia’s interference in our elections” in the most apocalyptic terms possible. ...
This post-2016 mania culminated with prominent liberal politicians and journalists (as well as John McCain) declaring Russia’s activities surrounding the 2016 to be an “act of war” which, many of them insisted, was comparable to Pearl Harbor and the 9/11 attack ...
... Moscow’s alleged responsibility for the recently revealed, multi-pronged hack of U.S. Government agencies and various corporate servers is asserted — despite not a shred of evidence, literally, having yet been presented — as not merely proven fact, but as so obviously true that it is off-limits from doubt or questioning.
Any questioning of this claim will be instantly vilified by the Democrats’ extremely militaristic media spokespeople as virtual treason. “Now the president is not just silent on Russia and the hack. He is deliberately running defense for the Kremlin by contradicting his own Secretary of State on Russian responsibility,” pronounced CNN’s national security reporter Jim Sciutto, who last week depicted Trump’s attempted troop withdrawal from Syria and Germany as “ceding territory” and furnishing “gifts” to Putin. ...
Democrats (along with some Republicans long obsessed with The Russian Threat, such as Mitt Romney) are casting the latest alleged hack by Moscow in the most melodramatic terms possible, ensuring that Biden will enter the White House with tensions sky-high with Russia and facing heavy pressure to retaliate aggressively. Biden’s top national security advisers and now Biden himself have, with no evidence shown to the public, repeatedly threatened aggressive retaliation against the country with the world’s second-largest nuclear stockpile.
Congressman Jason Crow (D-CO) — one of the pro-war Democrats on the House Armed Services Committee who earlier this year joined with Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) to block Trump’s plan to withdraw troops from Afghanistan — announced: “this could be our modern day, cyber equivalent of Pearl Harbor,” adding: “Our nation is under assault.” The second-ranking Senate Democrat, Dick Durbin (D-IL), pronounced: “This is virtually a declaration of war by Russia."
Meanwhile, Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT), who has for years been casting Russia as a grave threat to the U.S. while Democrats mocked him as a relic of the Cold War (before they copied and then surpassed him), described the latest hack as “the equivalent of Russian bombers flying undetected over the entire country.” The GOP’s 2012 presidential nominee also blasted Trump for his failure to be “aggressively speaking out and protesting and taking punitive action,” though — like virtually every prominent figure demanding tough “retaliation” — Romney failed to specify what he had in mind that would be sufficient retaliation for “the equivalent of Russian bombers flying undetected over the entire country.”
For those keeping track at home: that’s two separate “Pearl Harbors” in less than four years from Moscow (or, if you prefer, one Pearl Harbor and one 9/11). If Democrats actually believe that, it stands to reason that they will be eager to embrace a policy of belligerence and aggression toward Russia. Many of them are demanding this outright, mocking Trump for failing to attack Russia — despite no evidence that they were responsible — while their well-trained liberal flock is suggesting that the non-response constitutes some form of “high treason.”
Indeed, the Biden team has been signalling that they intend to quickly fulfill demands for aggressive retaliation. The New York Times reported on Tuesday that Biden “accused President Trump  of ‘irrational downplaying’” of the hack while “warning Russia that he would not allow the intrusion to ‘go unanswered’ after he takes office.” Biden emphasized that once the intelligence assessment is complete, “we will respond, and probably respond in kind.”
Here's the thing. Responding in kind really would constitute, by most measures, an act of war. And that "response" in kind would, I believe, be undertaken without any vote in Congress or any presentation of evidence--to what will almost certainly be nearly universal applause from our "representatives" and their media lapdogs.
Greenwald continues at great length. However, to my mind the weakness in his article is that he doesn't address the motivation behind the cultivation of paranoia in American politics. I say "cultivation" because I really do believe that this paranoia and its target--Russia--is being cultivated with malice aforethought and with specific goals in mind. Moreover, there is a very direct tie-in to the anti-Trump madness of the last four years and the Election Hoax we're still living through.
I maintain that the driving force behind the cultivation of anti-Russian paranoia is the Globalist movement that is driven by George Soros's Open Society Foundation and its virtually countless spin off organizations and astroturf "movements" like BLM and Antifa--not to mention the funding of so much of our political campaigns. This is a movement seeking world domination, and that domination can never happen without the US on board. Once you understand that the logic of Trump Derangement Syndrome becomes perfectly apparent. Trump's populist and nationalist MAGA agenda is a direct counter to Soros' Globalism, an existential threat to the Great Reset.
The focus on Russia follows the same logic. Vladimir Putin is, whatever else may be said, a Russian patriot who puts the interests of his homeland before all other interests. This is the explanation for the no holds bar efforts over the past four years to prevent any rapprochement between Russia and the US--between Trump and Putin. Indeed, as both Putin and Trump understood, the US and Russia actually have many strategic concerns in common. This is also the reason Trump had to be driven from the White House at any cost to our constitutional order--to prevent Trump and Putin finding that common ground. With the Election Hoax pulled off, as it appears, that danger to the Great Reset is soon to be eliminated, if our masters have their way.
Soros has long understood that Putin's Russia was the largest obstacle to his plans for a Great Reset. Which is to say, Putin WAS the largest obstacle until Trump came along with his MAGA agenda. To that point Soros had had the Bush-Clinton-Obama Uniparty more or less eating out of his hand. With their help, Soros was actively pushing the expansion of NATO into Ukraine as a bludgeon against Putin and Russia. Now, with high hopes that Trump will be removed, the party of the Great Reset--recall that the Biden campaign adopted the Great Reset slogan of "Build Back Better"--is already, before formal control, signaling the true agenda. The Covid Hoax will continue to be used to stifle political dissent as an aggressive move against Russian nationalist and populist opposition to the Great Reset is launched. All else will take a back seat.
Brace yourselves for what could be a very rough ride.