Stealing voter roles to be able to accurately target opponents, actively jamming machines in overcrowded and underserved Democratic voting counties, massive targeted Facebook, Twitter, and Reddit campaigns to bombard undecided voters with blatantly false propaganda (current estimates are 10+ impressions or views per voter in a swing state, per day which is a substantial campaign), and then yes, hacking both parties and dumping one parties private data into the lap of an ardent opponent.
And that’s only what’s public.
Regardless of what they got out of it, you’re literally taking the equivalent intellectual stance of a climate change denier by arguing against probable Russian interference in the 2016 election.
In order to dispute that, you’re essentially arguing against over 90% the standing evidence.
And keep in mind, they didn’t JUST hack and disrupt the Presidential election. There are County Commissioners that were attacked.