Wikileaks leaks, the FBI papers et al


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OK.  Lets start a thread on all the so far un-denied WikiLeaks material, the FBI semi-revolt, etc.  the latest I have heard is that Kerry tried to pressure Ecuador into cutting off Assange's internet access from their embassy in London.  pl

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50 Responses to Wikileaks leaks, the FBI papers et al

  1. Tyler says:

    I don’t think there was any “try” about it. He did indeed cut Assange’s internet access.
    You have to watch the Project Veritas video. It’s absolutely insane how they’re openly admitting to voter fraud.

  2. Sam Peralta says:

    This is crazy. They are going all out to insure Crooked Hillary gets her presidency that she so desperately craves. She may get a civil war instead.

  3. Keith Harbaugh says:

    Just want to repeat a link to a really great Judicial Watch panel discussion (on 2016-09-29) of:
    Clinton emails, Clinton Foundation, the FBI/DOJ investigations.
    Joe diGenova, in particular, has a really scathing assessment of Director Comey.
    Here’s the press release on the discussion:
    and here’s a link to the YouTube video of the 90 minute discussion;
    the link is jiggered to start with diGenova’s contribution,
    but you can manually restart from the beginning (first ten minutes a boring summary by Judicial Watch pres. Tom Fitton):
    In diGenova’s ten-minute presentation he describes an internal FBI all-but-opposite to that described by Director Comey (again, this was on 2016-09-29).

  4. DC says:

    Is there any substance to reports that many of the FBI’s HRC investigators are incensed at the way Comey managed the investigation? If so, I would expect some to testify before congress. I feel extremely sorry for these folks: if they blow the whistle, the law protects them from being fired, but there is no guarantee of another job for them if they feel forced to leave. If they stay employed at the FBI, a Hillary presidency would make their jobs miserable. Effectively, their careers have taken a mean hit. I cannot blame them if many decide they simply do not have the financial means to weather blowing a whistle on Comey’s antics.

  5. Edward Amame says:

    The WaPo has a story on the latest Clinton scandal engulfing GOP-land and SST. It reads like the FBI took another look at the email, turned down the State Dept guy’s request, and that was the end of it. No pressure exerted and no more calls about it. No evidence links HRC or her staff with any of with this.
    Whatever. You guys know she’s a super villain, but I’m still tossing in my 2 cents anyway.

  6. xxtommix says:

    The borg is clearly beyond pissed and headed into dark territory regarding Assange. Clearly state on state pressure was exerted, as Reuters and The Guardian report it as Ecuador cutting off his web access. Additionally reports are that he is in declining heath ad UK Borg are interfering with access to medical care.
    Security of Signal Intelligence is a very serious matter. I’m curious how central a factor that is versus personal fury and vindictiveness, but that’s impossible to determine here.

  7. Tyler says:

    I really think they are so up their own asses they believe that they will get away with issuing executive orders for gun confiscation.
    “Let’s get the cops we hate to take the guns from the armed white rurales we also hate! What could go wrong?”

  8. turcopolier says:

    Edward Amame
    “No pressure exerted” I see that you have never worked in the interagency. remember I will not vote or give money to DT. pl

  9. Augustin L says:

    Republicans ready to purge millions of minority votes to steal the election for Trump.

  10. Tyler says:

    Yeah, I’m sure Bezos owned WaPo, who is currently pushing every half baked “oppo” theory, is totally on the up and up here and 100% reliable.
    Pretty quiet about those emails, to say nothing of Veritas videos.

  11. Cee says:

    Clinton wants to put retirement funds into the hands of Wall Street. Blackstone head may become the Sec. of the Treasury Dept.

  12. Old Microbiologist says:

    IMHO, I believe this election was decided back in 2007 and nothing, absolutely nothing except possibly her untimely death, is going to derail her “election”. My hypothesis is that when they saw that the over-indulgence in financial instruments and especially uncapitalized derivatives was going to result in a economic collapse and possibly a depression rivaling 1929, and that Blacks (and other minority citizens) would be disproportionately affected, a Black man was moved to the front and she was told to step back with a promise of next time. Now it is her time, the time for a bisexual woman. The Black President kept the riots from happening as no minority voter was going to shake up a Black presidency. Racist comment, perhaps but it is Black racism operating here. It was in a way a brilliant move. Really, for the plutocracy it doesn’t matter who is in office as long as they are compliant. Read he awfully boring speeches and you can see how compliant she is. The electorate is now being lied to and cheated completely and there is zilch that can be done to stop it. No amount of evidence is going to sway her supporters. That Debolt INc. is financially controlled by Soros is enough for me to see where this is going to end up. She might win the popular vote by a mere 1% or so and of course capture the Electoral College; or, to assuage Trump supporters, he will win the popular vote by a narrow margin and lose the Electoral College vote in December. Regardless, she will be our next President and reading the Podesto emails there are several references that it is a done deal already. The Cabinet is now being selected and the transition team already in place. Now we just need to wait out the theatrics and the crowning in January. The rest is just show.

  13. Tyler says:

    Not even biting on your CRT troll script.
    You’re trying to change the argument from what the guy is LITERALLY SAYING to O Keefe, because it’s that damming.
    Does being a paid troll let you do well in Taiwan?

  14. Tyler says:

    This is shameful defeatism. To share a medical analogy this patient is in VTAC secondary to dehydration, arrest you witnessed arrest, and you want to call it after a round of epi.
    Chin up cowboy. This ain’t over.

  15. Edward Amame says:

    Right, Tyler. You’re the guy who provides links to Breitbart which is so undeniably non-partisan. Sad!

  16. AJ says:

    Yeah, this ain’t time for summer soldiers and sunshine patriots (to borrow a line from Thomas Paine). 🙂

  17. eakens says:

    There are at least 4 more videos coming out. Save your energy.

  18. Babak Makkinejad says:

    “…Blacks (and other minority citizens) would be disproportionately affected, a Black man was moved to the front and…”
    I do not think that there are that many smart people in the world – certainly not in the United States.
    If there were, they would have avoided forcing Japan to open herself to Euro-Americans back in 1836 and avoided the mess that followed.
    Or avoid the War Between the States.
    Or War against Iraq.

  19. Tyler says:

    Facts are facts, while mendacious sophistry and hair splitting is still mendacious sophistry and hair splitting.
    Your article boils down to nervous laughter about conspiracy theory (which keep getting proven!) and arguing over the definition of is.

  20. Fred says:

    Your mask is slipping.

  21. Old Microbiologist says:

    I suffer from a severe sense of reality based on working for the government for over 40 years. Coupled with a natural cynicism and in general pessimism which has always worked to my advantage. In the military I have always planned for the worst possible outcome and generally this is what happens; however, as I am always prepared it works well for me. My staff were always terrified when I forecast some dire outcome which always came true with uncanny accuracy. These were not self-fulfilling prophecies as none were ever in my control. However, I have a strong reputation for predicting outcomes which is very useful as a scientist. I think this is why I am still alive today (I worked for over 20 years with high consequence biothreat agents most with no treatments) and my enemies seem to all have expired over time (not by my hand but Karma is a real bitch). HRC will die a miserable death if I am correct about this. When that will be only time will tell. But she is such a monster she must die some monstrous way as I say it is her Karma.
    In this election my earlier cynicism was to assume Trump was actually working for her all the time. I am not yet completely convinced this isn’t true or perhaps he has defected from her. But, his declaration of term limits for Congress is a clear throwing down of the gauntlet. This will now mean complete and utter open warfare with Trump (and the deplorables) standing alone against the entire combined efforts of both the Democrats and Republicans plus all the main stream media plus all of the Western leaders. All of these characters stand to lose a great deal should Trump actually win. He is the real, and in every sense of the word, existential threat to the Borg and it’s minions. Should he win he will not, nor can not, be suffered to survive long enough to take power. So I fear for his life. The body count around the Clintons, even if it is only half of the currently 78 deaths, is enough that I wouldn’t want to issue him any life insurance. Imagine all the sabotage which will occur in government after he wins. It will be shocking. I personally would love to see him win as I believe this is the last chance for mankind. However, the globalists, neo-liberals and neo-cons seem to be a nearly impossible force to be reckoned against. I foresee a mini-revolution in the corridors of power should he win. It could very well cause the downfall of the United States. What we see with the masses of HRC supporters who are the real deplorables (I call them the despicables) out there with attacking Trump supporters burning cars etc. will be multiplied by the millions. It will be a real spectacle.
    I hope you are right and it isn’t over yet. I have faith in the LA Times poll but am worried about fraud at the Electoral College level.

  22. rjj says:

    that’s beyond ‘UUUGE — giga? mega? tera?
    is this being reported as “news” …. ???
    is this the scandal that is supposed to break today?

  23. rjj says:

    ps- thanks, cee!!!

  24. rjj says:

    pps – found the scandal piece in National Enquirer.
    it is a Gleet Street hit piece so flimsy it seems designed to be discredited. It purports to be pro-Trump, but I suspect it was engineered to slime him (the indirect approach).

  25. I’m not sure that was wise move on Trump’s part. Term limits would require a constitutional amendment. And why would Trump want to aggravate his problems with congress? This will affect his own party, too, you know.

  26. Jack says:

    If anyone believes we’re on the wrong track and wants change the only real choice is Trump. At this point he’s not beholden to the Borg. They’ve opposed him with venom in a very personal manner.

  27. Fred says:

    And Slick Willy is a demonstrated, well, what’s the word? Perfect gentleman LGBTQ style.

  28. Sam Peralta says:

    Col. Lang
    You have noted the marketing of political candidates. The below story has the Coca-Cola branding person being hired by the Borg Queen’s campaign. I’m sure as Podesta’s emails get scrutinized we’ll see more of the real story.
    Then there’s this story on Hillary essentially lying to FBI. Of course the Lynch-Comey duo ain’t gonna indict for political reasons. But, the people can see the extent of how the “rule of law” is not applied to those deemed important to the Borg.

  29. Tyler says:

    You need a better script than argument by assertion.

  30. Tyler says:

    I knew you’d come around. <3

  31. different clue says:

    Augustin L,
    I may read this article. But if I do, I will go into it wondering why, in this particular case, these Republicans would want to steal the election FOR Trump. My feeling is that the Republican elites would want to steal the election for Clinton in order to blame their defeat on Trump and try taking “their” party back from the Stormtrumpers.

  32. Earthrise says:

    Thank you OMB, this is my reading too. How bitterly ironic that a billionaire buffoon like Trump is our last great hope. Hope to avert WWIII, and hope for a massive shift in US politics.
    Stay safe my US siblings, but the fate of Humanity rest with you. No pressure.

  33. Clwydshire says:

    Here is a kind of index to notable text excerpts from the Podesta e-mails with links to the full Wikileaks materials. Includes “You need both a Public and a Private Position,” “I want to defend Fracking,” and climate change environmentalists “need to get a life,” and, my personal favorite: “Take the Money!” regarding foreign donations (where her correspondent says something like, “we’re reaching the point of no return.” I much prefer reading text to videos. Be careful to note who is actually writing, some is Podesta, some Hillary, some other correspondents.

  34. Old Microbiologist says:

    Or it could keep be the only venue willing to publish it. I agree though it seems written to be refuted and slimy as well. That said it sounds entirely plausible given what we know about the Clintons. I recall meeting a reserve officer (who I believe has high credibility) about 15 years ago who also worked as a Secret Service agent on her detail when she was First Lady. He claimed he had to frequently guard Air Force One while it was parked at Andrews while she had lesbian orgies on board. He was a serious guy and had a real hard on against the Clintons so I can only assume some abuse of the SS guards which has been reported on at length.
    The Clintons are all about secrets, lies, coercion, and revenge. In short entirely evil people with zero redeeming values. I hope she loses as she is a terrible choice for America. Personally, for me she would be better as she will increase efforts towards American hegemony which will continue to keep the worthless dollar strong. I live overseas and all our money is in the American market, all of our pension income is in dollars, so we will be better off with her assuming she doesn’t destroy the world which I think she is insane enough to start.
    I think Trump is more or less like a deer in the headlights and his cluelessness is a bit worrisome. So, depending on who he surrounds himself with he could be terrible of good. I suspect mediocre. If he only applies business sense to our foreign policy that is enough for me. It is time to focus on real growth in America which means enticing businesses to come back to the US and invest in manufacturing. That will mean a tax holiday for the rich if they bring back the wealth they have hidden overseas. If he restores Glass-Steigel or something better then the banks can be reigned in. I would also fix Wall Sreet as the algorithmic trading has made the free market a travesty. He also needs to fix immigration and accept the parents of the children born in the US and kick out all the rest. Rewarding them with citizenship is an insult to everyone who immigrated legally. Then we need to evaluate the quotas and policies to be in line with everyone else in the Western world. We need more citizens to pay taxes and support the ponzi scheme we call social security. Of course, no one mentions that Congress has borrowed $4 trillion from the SSA trust fund and there is zero chance of repaying it unless they print a lot more money. Ending all the foreign wars would be another big step towards saving money as would reducing the military back to en effective defensive force and closing all 1,700 bases we have overseas. We don’t need them for homeland defense. But, that was Ron Paul and not Trump so I doubt anything like that will happen. Whoever wins I suspect things will continue more or less as they have under Obama which was really 8 more years of Bush policies. In other words we are screwed either way.

  35. Fred says:

    I know I only speak English and bad English but apparently there is a third kind in Taiwan that I was unaware of. “You think that’s a virtue, in Trump….” You are projecting.

  36. Tyler says:

    >>Argues by assertion
    >>Denies he’s arguing by assertion
    If you are a paid shill you are very bad at it.

  37. turcopolier says:

    I am a hard head. It seems to me that what matters here is not what the Left thinks of O’Keefe. what matters is if the people in the videos are who they are thought to be and whether they spoke the words heard in the videos. If they are and did, then why would it matter if his heart is not pure? pl

  38. Tyler says:

    None of which address what was actually being said in the video. Just attacking O Keefe.
    The lady doth protest too much.

  39. Thirdeye says:

    I give her two years max before her Parkinson’s leads to a crisis – or maybe provides a convenient excuse for her to leave office if the legal hounds are closing in. But the Borg will be firmly ensconced with their boy Kaine.

  40. Tyler says:

    The most mendacious interpretations and sophistry and we still haven’t addressed what’s in the video.
    I get that the CTR script is to avoid whatever is in the video at all costs, but you can’t.

  41. Tyler says:

    There was no editing of these videos, and the editing of his past videos was inconsequential.
    You still can’t address what the videos say.

  42. Tyler says:

    lmao now we are to “WELL THEY’RE ALL CORRUPT”.
    I guess the CTR script ends there huh?

  43. turcopolier says:

    Pacifica Advocate
    Thank you. pl

  44. Tyler says:

    As always, SJWS always lie, double down, and project. Here’s the trifecta.
    We are about 2K words into your essays on this post alone and you’re still following the CTR script to avoid discussing the actual substance of the videos. Your mask is slipping.

  45. The Beaver says:

    Stupid is as stupid does :
    When John Podesta forgot his Apple iCloud password last spring, he asked an aide to remind him — so she emailed it to him. And that set the stage for trouble for Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman.
    First, a WikiLeaks dump last week of Podesta’s alleged Gmail messages revealed the password — “Runner4567″ — to the world. Then someone hijacked Podesta’s Twitter account, possibly using the same password, and blasted out the tweet: “I’ve switched teams. Vote Trump 2015.” The next morning, a security researcher found evidence that digital pranksters had used the password to remotely erase all the contents from Podesta’s Apple devices.

  46. Fred says:

    The Beaver,
    “Stupid is as stupid does”
    Life is like a box of emails. You never know what you’ll read next.

  47. Imagine says:

    A Brit’s (Thomas Rid) history of how Russia is apparently hacking the U.S.
    if accurate would prove more worrisome than thought.
    he still manages to skate completely around the contents of the hacks, e.g. Nuland’s efforts to install the next Ukrainian gov’t.

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