I don't believe anyone is suggesting that actual votes were changed (as in voting machine hacked or something), the accusation is that Russia influenced the election through the slow release of hacked emails and spreading anti-Clinton propaganda.
I'm going to have to disagree. There's an ongoing attempt to convince the ignorant masses that Russia directly interfered with the election, that's why news stories keep using the words "hacked" and "interfered", they don't use the word "influenced". Also notice how no mention is ever made about the many instances of the United States interfering with other countries' elections, e.g. most recently Israel.
Russia did not prevent anyone from going to the polls, nor did they cause votes from being tabulated properly. What they arguably did do was release unaltered copies of email messages from people involved with Hillary's campaign that exposed their contempt for certain groups of the American public. Their nastiness was exposed for all to read. Hillary's campaign is crying foul because information was (assumed to have been) leaked selectively and no information that was harmful to Donald's campaign was released. It's the kind of argument a child would make when caught out by their parents, "but Tommy did it too and he's not in trouble! Why am I in trouble?! It's not fair!"
The Benghazi hearings were proven to be a political charade anyways where even after months of investigations the Republicans couldn't find any wrong-doings.
Couldn't find any wrong doing?! It's a known fact that the State Department fed the Public a known false story about the attacks happening because of some lame video that some guy who doesn't like Muslims produced when in fact they knew it was a terrorist attack on their weapons smuggling operation. The State Department was smuggling weapons to Syria via Libya.