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CIA: Russian Hackers Aimed To Help Trump Win
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ZibbyN792
ZibbyN792,
User Rank: Apprentice
12/13/2016 | 9:03:10 AM
Re: Resurrection of McCarthyism
When has a foreign power not wanted to influence US presidential elections?  It find it amusing that the democrat objections stem from the dirty underwear being put on display not that there was dirty underwear to begin with, they're sorry, and won't behave in such fashion in the future.
Chip Munk
Chip Munk,
User Rank: Strategist
12/13/2016 | 6:26:11 AM
Resurrection of McCarthyism
The Russians are trying to influence the affairs of foreign governments, you say? Hmm... Say, THAT'S new!

Not.

Oh, for a free, objective, critically-thinking press!

We're expected to believe that Vladmir Putin put zombie serum in the wells of flyover country, creating lemmings in overalls to trudge mindlessly to the polls for reasons they knew not.

The Democrats lost the presidential election because they supported a horrible candidate with a decades-long history of corruption. Find one person who changed their mind becausde of Wikileaks. Good luck.

And if the government knew or suspected that that the commies were trying to throw the election BEFORE November 8 (as they claim), why did they wait until AFTER the election to start this narrative?

This is a classic case of fake news.
.osiris
.osiris,
User Rank: Strategist
12/13/2016 | 4:20:45 AM
Re: .wallet virus
Trump doesn't trust his own intelligence service. What would be next? He will use KGB reports to build foreign policy?
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