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Report finds that Trump solicited help from the Russians.

 

Conservative calls new Senate Russia findings ‘everything but a signed and notarized confession’ from Trump

 
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Conservative Bush speechwriter David Frum took to Twitter after the release of the Republican-led Senate Intelligence Committee findings of the Russia investigation. The committee found evidence that there was coordination between the Russians and President Donald Trump’s campaign in 2016. 

Frum described it as being “everything but a signed and notarized confession” from Trump. 

 

 

He’s not alone, Fordham University Law Professor Jed Shugerman called it “the face-palming eye-rolling SMDH’ing friends we made along the way.”

 

Former U.S. Attorney Joyce White Vance explained that in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, he was bound by evidence that would be admissible in court to reach a conclusion. So, while he couldn’t prove the coordination, “the GOP gave Trump a pass on soliciting, accepting and benefiting from Russian help to win. Fail.”

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Before you flame this thread again, TalkTalk do you really believe that Donald Trump is so incorruptible that he would not seek assistance from Putin if it was on offer when the prize was the Presidency of the United States?

Sure, I don't blame you to question findings of a 'spy' agency but Donald Trump is not as pure as the driven snow.  And neither is Putin for that matter.

I read the redacted Mueller report and it too is clear that Trump colluded with Russia.

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There is a gold mine of information in David Frum's twitter account:

https://twitter.com/davidfrum?ref_src=twsrc^google|twcamp^serp|twgr^author

At Trump's worst moment, Wikileaks, at the direction of Trump officials, was there to prop him up with Russian information
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Some details about the day of the Access Hollywood tape/Podesta emails release: Trump campaign team heard about the tape an hour before its release. Stone told Corsi to get Assange to "drop the Podesta emails immediately." WikiLeaks did so 30 min after tape published. (249)
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Umm...why was Roger Stone drafting pro-Russia tweets for Trump in July 2016, as he was teasing more WikiLeaks dumps? "Many of the draft tweets ... mentioned a new peace deal with Putin, such as "I want a new detente with Russia under Putin."
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6 minutes ago, TalkTalk123 said:

O no not a bombshell !!!.  My opinion is I believe Assange that it was not a state sponsored hack of the DNC servers that wikikileaks had. And now lets let the dust settle on this 'NEW' findings. 

Hmm.  One might think that even you might wonder why the Republicans who have been bellowing 'no obstruction, no collusion' would issue a final report based on Intelligence AND testimony that the Trump campaign colluded with the Russians.

But I guess if something that is very plain to see does not fit into your desired narrative you will just ignore it.

Why don't you read this report and the Mueller report.   Some might think it a bit foolhardy to put all of your trust in the word of Julian Assange who was no doubt trying to protect the identity of his sources.  Then again, who knows if even he was aware of the true source of the hacked emails.

The U.S. Intelligence was able to trace the internet crime.  It's all in the Mueller report.

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The claim that Ukraine interfered in the 2016 election began as a Russian influence operation designed to distract attention from the Kremlin’s own activities, according to a new Senate Intelligence Committee report.

 
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The Senate/Russia story isn’t getting nearly enough pick up
and the Senate GOP isn’t taking a hit for it. Let's change that.
 
The #RubioReport shows definitively that and members of the @SenateGOP
understood that
@realDonaldTrump's campaign was in touch with Russian intelligence during the 2016 campaign.
 
It was no mistake that was made Chairman of the Senate Intel Committee. and

needed someone who would soft-sell the #RubioReport’s findings.

Someone should ask

(again) why he made sure to strip out provisions in American law that would require presidential campaigns to inform the FBI and DOJ of contacts by foreign governments.

Because

,
@vp
,

are doing it again in 2020. They will gladly take help from anyone who will help them retain power, even in the face of probable/likely electoral defeat this November. #TheyKnew #RubioReport

Now

) is carrying water for Russia again. He’s planning to smear

with fabricated intelligence he received from Russian-backed Ukrainians.

Don’t be surprised by #RussianRon’s September Surprise. ............

see ALL:   https://twitter.com/ProjectLincoln/status/1296903065921085445

 

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I would take the Grandmaster's word before I would take Putin's word.   He knows more about Russia than anyone here.

U.S. Intelligence has forensic proof how the DNC hack made its way from Russian hands into the hands of wikileaks, BTW.  Read the reports.

 

 

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4 minutes ago, jakeem said:

 

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It looks like Rod Rosenstein engaged in obstruction of justice (twice, if you count his role in firing Comey). He prevented the FBI, AND Mueller, from pursuing an already-opened, predicated counterintelligence investigation into Trump’s ties to Russia

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It looks like Rod Rosenstein engaged in obstruction of justice (twice, if you count his role in firing Comey). He prevented the FBI, AND Mueller, from pursuing an already-opened, predicated counterintelligence investigation into Trump’s ties to Russia

12:00 PM · Aug 30, 2020·Twitter for iPhone

The deck has been stacked by the Trump fascists from day one.

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Russian journalists have discovered data from Michigan voter data rolls—including the personal info of 7.6 million Michigan voters—on a Russian hackers’ platform. It also includes voter info from other swing states, including Florida and NC
 
 
The hilarious—and extremely Russian—part of this is that these hackers were apparently using this data to get that reward money that the State Department was offering for information on election interference.
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2 hours ago, TalkTalk123 said:
 

 

Michigan’s Department of State denied on Tuesday it had been the victim of a data breach after voter information surfaced on a Russian hackers’ platform.

“Public voter information in Michigan and elsewhere is accessible to anyone through a FOIA [Freedom of Information Act] request,” the department said in a statement. “Our system has not been hacked."

"We encourage all Michigan voters to be wary of attempts to ‘hack’ their minds, however, by questioning the sources of information and advertisements they encounter and seeking out trusted sources, including their local election clerk and our office,” the state agency added. “If voters suspect misinformation, they should report it to misinformation@michigan.gov."

 

You missed the point entirely.  Russian hackers trying to reap the turn-in reward.

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