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 Posted: Fri Jul 13th, 2018 04:11 pm
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Federal grand jury indicts 12 Russian intelligence officers for 2016 election hacking into computer networks of Hillary Clinton campaign, Democratic National Committee.
Poetic timing by Mueller since we all know Trump is about to meet privately with Putin.

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 Posted: Fri Jul 13th, 2018 04:35 pm
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Too late to take Mueller in the dead pool?



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 Posted: Fri Jul 13th, 2018 06:14 pm
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Any signs of collluuuusssiiiooonnn??
 
One thing to quietly take from Rosenstein's presser today was his statement that the Russians used cryptocurrencies to fund these operations.  Somewhere there are people trying to come up with the rationale to take down these currencies and ensure that central banks keep a monopoly on all your financials dealings.  Don't be surprised when they trot out the excuse that banning Bitcoin and others simply has to be done in the name of national security. 



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Given the vulnerability of computer networks, does anybody else think there may have been some vote switching (vote for Clinton switched to a vote for Trump)? Given all of the cyber security threats and hacking incidents that have happened against what are supposed to be some of the most secure networks in the world, I find it hard to believe that computerized voting booths are safe from being compromised.

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The only person saying that Russia didn't try to effect our elections in Trump. To what end, I don't know. However, I still don't see a direct link to him. I see his idiot son and son-in-law getting involved in bs that went nowhere. I see Flynn and Manafort being involved with Russia obviously. No direct link to Trump. Now, obstruction of justice - yea, they got him on that. He confessed on national tv. That is why they won't let do interviews with anyone but Fox know. Even then, he goes too far. Anyway, there is no evidence that one vote that went for Clinton was changed to Trump.

He ain't going away. If you don't like him then do everything in your power the next election to see that he loses.

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Trump just HAS to be the reason for everything. He can’t stand that anything happens aside from his influence.



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KGB wrote: Any signs of collluuuusssiiiooonnn??
 
One thing to quietly take from Rosenstein's presser today was his statement that the Russians used cryptocurrencies to fund these operations.  Somewhere there are people trying to come up with the rationale to take down these currencies and ensure that central banks keep a monopoly on all your financials dealings.  Don't be surprised when they trot out the excuse that banning Bitcoin and others simply has to be done in the name of national security. 
Not yet, but this is step 1.  The indictments show that GRU hacked the election.  Now it's about establishing who accepted took the stolen data.  It's a chess game and you're still playing checkers with your ignorance and lack of understanding. 

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DaNkinator wrote: KGB wrote: Any signs of collluuuusssiiiooonnn??
 
One thing to quietly take from Rosenstein's presser today was his statement that the Russians used cryptocurrencies to fund these operations.  Somewhere there are people trying to come up with the rationale to take down these currencies and ensure that central banks keep a monopoly on all your financials dealings.  Don't be surprised when they trot out the excuse that banning Bitcoin and others simply has to be done in the name of national security. 
Not yet, but this is step 1.  The indictments show that GRU hacked the election.  Now it's about establishing who accepted took the stolen data.  It's a chess game and you're still playing checkers with your ignorance and lack of understanding. 
DAn - it doesn't matter.  I still see no evidence that someone who voted for Clinton had that vote changed to Trump.  Now, the disinformation campaign certainly did affect voters.  That was by design and they caused some to sit it out.  I am certain very few changed their votes though.  They influenced the campaign and broke endless laws in doing so but that is a different issue than Trump directly colluding.  
It is funny that Trump will just ignore all of this and this week he will say he thinks the Ruskies didn't interfere.  Sort of Baghdad Bob like now. 

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DaNkinator wrote: KGB wrote: Any signs of collluuuusssiiiooonnn??
 
One thing to quietly take from Rosenstein's presser today was his statement that the Russians used cryptocurrencies to fund these operations.  Somewhere there are people trying to come up with the rationale to take down these currencies and ensure that central banks keep a monopoly on all your financials dealings.  Don't be surprised when they trot out the excuse that banning Bitcoin and others simply has to be done in the name of national security. 
Not yet, but this is step 1.  The indictments show that GRU hacked the election.  Now it's about establishing who accepted took the stolen data.  It's a chess game and you're still playing checkers with your ignorance and lack of understanding. 
 
Step 1??  Two years into this and we're only on step 1?  Christ, how long is this going to take?

 
And please define "hacked the election".    The fuck does that mean?



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Ultimark wrote: DaNkinator wrote: KGB wrote: Any signs of collluuuusssiiiooonnn??
 
One thing to quietly take from Rosenstein's presser today was his statement that the Russians used cryptocurrencies to fund these operations.  Somewhere there are people trying to come up with the rationale to take down these currencies and ensure that central banks keep a monopoly on all your financials dealings.  Don't be surprised when they trot out the excuse that banning Bitcoin and others simply has to be done in the name of national security. 
Not yet, but this is step 1.  The indictments show that GRU hacked the election.  Now it's about establishing who accepted took the stolen data.  It's a chess game and you're still playing checkers with your ignorance and lack of understanding. 
DAn - it doesn't matter.  I still see no evidence that someone who voted for Clinton had that vote changed to Trump.  Now, the disinformation campaign certainly did affect voters.  That was by design and they caused some to sit it out.  I am certain very few changed their votes though.  They influenced the campaign and broke endless laws in doing so but that is a different issue than Trump directly colluding.  
It is funny that Trump will just ignore all of this and this week he will say he thinks the Ruskies didn't interfere.  Sort of Baghdad Bob like now. Actually, there's a LOT of info in the indictment and subsequent investigations into Cambridge Analytica and that the Russian's data mining and hacking did influence votes.



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Aaaannnd....Today he proved that he's a fucking traitor and any of you that back him are too.

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Dan - they did influence votes but not in the way where there were actually any Clinton votes in the booth that were changed to Trump.

It is funny to see Trump figuratively sucking off Putin. So obvious he has a bromance with him. Maybe they really do have pics on Trump. Hard to explain why Trump goes out of his way to overly kiss this guys ass.

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Ultimark wrote: Dan - they did influence votes but not in the way where there were actually any Clinton votes in the booth that were changed to Trump.

It is funny to see Trump figuratively sucking off Putin. So obvious he has a bromance with him. Maybe they really do have pics on Trump. Hard to explain why Trump goes out of his way to overly kiss this guys ass.


I think Trump just admitted there is something. A journalist asked Putin outright if he had something on Trump. Putin said he didn't even know Trump was in Russia, and he was just a businessman back then. Trump then said, "and if they had it would have been out a long time ago."

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Kriss wrote: Ultimark wrote: Dan - they did influence votes but not in the way where there were actually any Clinton votes in the booth that were changed to Trump.

It is funny to see Trump figuratively sucking off Putin. So obvious he has a bromance with him. Maybe they really do have pics on Trump. Hard to explain why Trump goes out of his way to overly kiss this guys ass.


I think Trump just admitted there is something. A journalist asked Putin outright if he had something on Trump. Putin said he didn't even know Trump was in Russia, and he was just a businessman back then. Trump then said, "and if they had it would have been out a long time ago."

Trump is not exactly the most coherent speaker, but I think he very obviously means that if Putin had something on Trump everyone would know about it by now, thus he doesn't.



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Ultimark wrote: Dan - they did influence votes but not in the way where there were actually any Clinton votes in the booth that were changed to Trump.

It is funny to see Trump figuratively sucking off Putin. So obvious he has a bromance with him. Maybe they really do have pics on Trump. Hard to explain why Trump goes out of his way to overly kiss this guys ass.He did more than that today.  He straight up sold out America by saying that he believed Putin over our own intelligence agencies.
He is a traitor.

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