Attorney General Loretta Lynch says there is no evidence of “technical interference” by Russia — or any other foreign entity — in America’s presidential election.

While Democrats collective hair is on fire after DNC and John Podesta emails were leaked, Lynch’s statement doesn’t seem to back up the rhetoric.

” … the Department of Homeland Security was very actively engaged, reaching out to every state to make sure that they had access to every resource they needed to protect the state electoral system as well.

“And fortunately, we didn’t see the sort of technical interference that I know people had concerns about also in terms of voting machines, and the like,” Lynch said.

That’s not stopping Democrats from declaring that the Russians rigged the U.S. election.

Fox Business reports:

At least 51 electors, led by House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi’s daughter, Christine Pelosi, are demanding an intelligence briefing on allegations that the Russians interfered with the U.S. election. Christine Pelosi got into a heated debate with the FOX Business Network’s Neil Cavuto after saying the Russians cost Hillary Clinton the White House.

“I think that Hillary Clinton was severely damaged by the hacking of her emails and the DNC emails that went on a drip, drip, drip basis every day for three months, every day instead of talking about the economy,” she said.

It’s not clear how the Russians got Hillary Clinton to avoid coming clean and instead dodging and evading the truth — at one point even blaming Americans for not comprehending her explanations. Maybe that will be in the briefing?