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CIA: Russian Hackers Aimed To Help Trump Win
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Wallet
Wallet,
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12/15/2016 | 5:48:47 AM
Re: Resurrection of McCarthyism
Totally agree, This is the way how big politics is made when you've got a professional paranoic spy as a president of the country with nuclear weapon. I really can't understand why they are still not isolated like North Korea.
rayray2016
rayray2016,
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12/13/2016 | 9:33:31 PM
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awesome stuff
rayray2016
rayray2016,
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12/13/2016 | 1:01:30 PM
Diabetes Destroyer Reviewsx
I dont really beleive any hacker tried to help trump
rayray2016
rayray2016,
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12/13/2016 | 1:01:26 PM
The Fat Diminisher Reviewsx
This is a very good read up
rayray2016
rayray2016,
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12/13/2016 | 1:00:48 PM
Diabetes Destroyer Reviewsx
I dont really beleive any hacker tried to help trump
rayray2016
rayray2016,
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12/13/2016 | 1:00:17 PM
The Fat Diminisher Reviewsx
This is a very good read up
rayray2016
rayray2016,
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12/13/2016 | 12:58:48 PM
nosmo_king
nosmo_king,
User Rank: Strategist
12/13/2016 | 11:43:44 AM
Re: Resurrection of McCarthyism
How charmingly naive of you.

Vlad Putin is the former head of the FSB and cyber spying is the FSBs bread and butter.

Trump is so stupid that when Putin called him "brilliant" he took it to mean smart, and the Russian word Putin used does not mean that at all, it means colouful. It is the same put down he uses to describe homosexuals.

Of course Putin wants a bloated, self-sefving ignoramus like Trump as president. Putin won't even have to say anything, trump will be so busy fighting an all-out trade war with China within 3 months that Russia will be able to do as it sees fit.

Fake news that.
nosmo_king
nosmo_king,
User Rank: Strategist
12/13/2016 | 11:43:40 AM
Re: Resurrection of McCarthyism
How charmingly naive of you.

Vlad Putin is the former head of the FSB and cyber spying is the FSBs bread and butter.

Trump is so stupid that when Putin called him "brilliant" he took it to mean smart, and the Russian word Putin used does not mean that at all, it means colouful. It is the same put down he uses to describe homosexuals.

Of course Putin wants a bloated, self-sefving ignoramus like Trump as president. Putin won't even have to say anything, trump will be so busy fighting an all-out trade war with China within 3 months that Russia will be able to do as it sees fit.

Fake news that.
nosmo_king
nosmo_king,
User Rank: Strategist
12/13/2016 | 11:43:39 AM
Re: Resurrection of McCarthyism
How charmingly naive of you.

Vlad Putin is the former head of the FSB and cyber spying is the FSBs bread and butter.

Trump is so stupid that when Putin called him "brilliant" he took it to mean smart, and the Russian word Putin used does not mean that at all, it means colouful. It is the same put down he uses to describe homosexuals.

Of course Putin wants a bloated, self-sefving ignoramus like Trump as president. Putin won't even have to say anything, trump will be so busy fighting an all-out trade war with China within 3 months that Russia will be able to do as it sees fit.

Fake news that.
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