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  • Originally posted by Dr. Strangelove View Post

    What's the evidence that China hacked her server other than the Daily Caller article which uses two anonymous sources? The IG report specifically states that there's no evidence the server was compromised. Are you aware of other evidence?
    The IG didnt inspect the server, they were going off of the word of the FBI. And if i remember Comey's testimony correctly, he testified to congress that “We assess it is possible that hostile actors gained access to Secretary Clinton’s personal email account"

    he did say that there was no direct evidence that the server was successfully hacked, but all that means is it is entirely possible for skilled hackers to have accessed the server and covered their tracks to the hack.

    IF the code was there then the Chinese covered their tracks well.


    • CNN's Multiply Sources



      • hahaa


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          • Rabbits aren’t great for survival. Too lean.
            "The problem with quotes on the Internet is that it is sometimes hard to verify their authenticity." -Abraham Lincoln


            • Just one poll but it's the worst for Trump in a while

              * 38% approval
              * 63% support the Mueller investigation
              * Only 31% of Republicans think he should fire Jeff Sessions
              * 45% say corruption in DC has increased since Trump took office. Only 13% think the "swamp has been drained"
              * 67% say Manafort's trial was justified; 18% support a Manafort pardon

              Last edited by Dr. Strangelove; August 31st, 2018, 09:08 AM.


              • FAKE NEWS! SAD!
                "The problem with quotes on the Internet is that it is sometimes hard to verify their authenticity." -Abraham Lincoln


                • WAPO/ABC poll is a suppression poll. I can guarantee that more than 31% think Sessions should be fired.


                  • With at least 45 vulnerable Republican Congressmen, national GOP leaders are about to put on notice the folks they will not be spending cash on. Top of that is Northern Virginia Republican Barbara Comstock, whose district went Hillary by a significant margin and is full of federal workers that just found out Trump wants to deny them a pay raise. But there's some lesser known Republicans in deep trouble too...including Rod Blum, who represents northeast Iowa, David Young, who represents Des Moines, and Kevin Yoder, who's in suburban Kansas City.



                    • here is an example of their polling results


                      Yeah, Hillary at no point was ever up 11 on Trump lol


                      • Another Manafort associate takes a guilty plea for failing to register as a foreign agent. Will appear in court this morning.



                        • Originally posted by Dr. Strangelove View Post
                          Another Manafort associate takes a guilty plea for failing to register as a foreign agent. Will appear in court this morning.

                          And this has to do with Trump or Russian Collusion with Trump how?


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                            • Originally posted by Kapture1 View Post

                              Point is I quit reading after the first few sentences. It straight up lied about the facts. There was a decision of a court last week on the phrase In God We Trust on our money. the article lied to make it seem like Trump lied.

                              Now if an article about Trump's lies is going to start out by telling a lie to make it seem like Trump lies a lot, there is absolutely no point in reading the rest of the article.
                              Damn your logical deductive reasoning!

                              "Turn the (voting) machines back on! Turn the machines back on!" -Mortimer, Trading Places

                              We want liberal, anti-Americans in office.

                              Turrnn thhhe maaachinnness baaack oooon.
                              Last edited by Panoptes; August 31st, 2018, 09:57 AM.
                              19.1119, NO LONGER WAITING


                              • Good story on Trump's money-pit golf courses and a seemingly endless and unexplained cash flow that the Trump Org is using to build a $200 M fake Scottish village But is it really the Trump Org that's putting up all the money?

                                So, where are they getting the money from? When the Post asked Eric Trump, who runs the golf side of the Trump business, how they had paid for 14 real estate projects worth $400 million since 2006, he insisted his father had “incredible cash flow and built incredible wealth…he didn’t need to think about borrowing for every transaction.”

                                If that’s the case, Trump Org either has some major revenue streams that analysts have missed, or the Trumps have been doing serious penny pinching. Spending so much carefully saved cash on two loss-leading golf courses in rural Scotland would be quite a decision, and a lot of ink has been spilled trying to explain it.

                                Last edited by Dr. Strangelove; August 31st, 2018, 10:09 AM.