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Sunday, March 12, 2017

Trump Campaign Likely Colluded with Russian Hacking During the Election

There's a pretty clear connection between Putin & Russian Intelligence & Russian-paid & wikileaks & Julian Assange & Nigel Farage & Roger Stone & Trump. It's about as open a secret as you can get. But the GOP doesn't want to deal with Trump's treason because they are horrible people.

Trump personally met with Russian ambassador during campaign but Trump repeatedly denied meeting with any Russian officials as a candidate. Gee, why would he deny that?

Of course, Trump and his campaign has multiple ties to Russia, and there is the famous "kompromat" dossier.
In the past year, “Wikileaks” aided Donald Trump on at least four occasions, three of them during the 2016 U.S. presidential election with near-perfect timing.
No wonder then-candidate Trump declared, “I love Wikileaks!”
The first time “Wikileaks” helped Trump was on the eve of the Democratic National Convention when Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton were working to unite the party in preparation for the general election campaign against Donald Trump and the Republican Party.
“Wikileaks” released a slew of emails that damaged and undermined this unity on the eve of the convention by proving what everybody already knew — that the Democratic National Committee (DNC) led by Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schulz was in the tank for Clinton.
The second time “Wikileaks” helped Trump was within 1 hour of the publication of the Access Hollywood tape where he was caught talking about grabbing women by the pussy. This time, it was Clinton campaign manager John Podesta’s hacked and stolen emails that were published.
The third time “Wikileaks” helped Trump was on the eve of the November election. Just two days before the polls were scheduled to open, more stolen DNC emails were published.
The fourth and most recent case of “Wikileaks” assisting Trump is the theft and publication of Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) documents concerning the agency’s extensive technical capabilities.
This comes less than a week after Trump struck the latest blow in his long-running battle to undermine the U.S. intelligence community by accusing his predecessor President Obama of unlawfully wiretapping his phone shortly before the election.
Predictably, Trump has not denounced Wikileaks for telegraphing U.S. capabilities to terrorists, criminals, and nations targeted by the CIA like Iran and North Korea.
“Once is happenstance, twice is coincidence, the third time it’s enemy action” may be an aphorism from novel but these four incidents taken together suggest a pattern of behavior on the part of “Wikileaks” rather than random chance events.
Added to this circumstantial evidence is the fact that Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone bragged about a “perfectly legal” back channel for collusion with “Wikileaks” and that “Wikileaks” founder Julian Assange has a lot of unexplained ties to Russia — just like Donald Trump, his family, his advisers, and his campaign.
All of the above happy coincidences are hallmarks of what Russia’s spy agencies call “active measures” aimed at “heightening the contradictions.”

Huffington Post just published a long piece about how (likely Russian) hackers infiltrated Bernie Sanders groups online and sowed anti-Hillary Clinton discord.


Blogger the mighty wak said...

oh for god's sake even the CIA has admitted that the hillary campaign had colluded with not only russia but the bastard saudis as well. not only that but their much touted "clinton foundation" has been revealed to be nothing more than a front for the clinton's to siphon millions out of.

what exactly do you think trump is going to do to fuck america up any more than any other bastard has. at least is different. your hatred of that reveals you to be just another "everything is fine establishment" fool.
suck it up all ready and just ride it out for 4 years.

11:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So it was all Russian Intelligence? It wasn't her support for 'free' trade, surveillance, prosecution of whistleblowers and regime change?

It wasn't the generous funding she enjoyed from the corporate, military and financial cartels?

There is a delusional character to a lot of this. I was on Twitter and got involved in a conversation in which one of the participants was clearly an avid Clinton supporter. I politely and respectfully explained why I considered Clinton a part of the same establishment as Trump and why she was not a viable alternative. She abruptly says "Bye, Boris" and ends the conversation - despite my account having been registered in 2013. These same people (who you seem to be marching in lockstep with) would (hilariously) be the first to shame you for your "conspiracy theories." Ask them (or H.R.C.) about reopening the 9/11 investigation.

3:39 PM  

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