It's an ongoing investigation.
This is a two month old post but regardless, they released absolutely no information showing the Russians hacked anything. You can't make the claim that the Russians are behind the hacks then show absolutely no proof of that claim. That is, to use your terms from a couple sentences later, reckless.
Eh? Don't see how. They're potentially covering hidden assets/informants. That's routine.
I wouldn't expect much to be released publicly until it's more definitive.
Then they shouldn't be making the claims. The claims should only be made when there's proof. The FBI pulled this shit with Hillary's email too, like 1 week before the election. Completely reckless. And then it turned out "oops, nothing to see here folks."
Honestly we're beyond the point at which this is just political theater. You now have Flynn (who has resigned for "lying to Pence"), Sessions recusing himself from investigations after giving false testimony to Congress during his appointment hearing, numerous Trump aides (page, manafort) with ongoing developments, and now several people passing on any invitation to the administration. You had a f**k navy seal say "naw" after they denied him the ability to appoint his deputies/undersecretaries.
Look, let's say this is all just a farce that's been made up. Why has everything that's been done by the Trump administration acted to only further the idea? Why haven't they come out cleanly? Why is all of this being released piecemeal? And even if this is all bullshit (Trump's financial ties are beyond highly suspect regardless of how you feel about electoral collusion) his states policies and budgets thus far have been so disastrously incompetent as to warrant letters from literal hundreds of experts in their given fields. I'm not talking written letters from liberal commies either - I'm talking David f**k Petraeus and Elliot goddamn Cohen (coincidentally - cohen was denied appointment under Tillerson via Trump admin - Bannon or Kushner).
So you know what? I see keep the pressure on either way. The policy being advocated for on their part is beyond astonishingly bad for US interests abroad.
Anything other than that would be reckless.
I'd say they are well beyond that point now. If they don't connect the dots - and soon - this is going to be nothing more than the Democrats' version of Benghazi.
I'm ok with that. Benghazi proved to be an effective way of mobilizing the base and preventing the admin from passing legislation. I'd like for Trump to be a good President but his policies would be disastrous. I don't want him to succeed.