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  • Posted by  $  mminnick 3 months, 1 week ago
    Most but not all of the "Classified leaks in the last two years have been done to damage the president and his people, not to provide necessary information to the American public. Some of the leaks did more damage to the intel community than damage to the president.
    Just because the leaks assist uyour side doesn't make them an honorable thinkg to do. When people die because of a leak, you have done great harm not a great right.
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  • Posted by  $  exceller 3 months ago
    "The only reason we know as much as we do about the 2016 episode was because the Senior Director for Human Rights and Human Freedoms of the McCain Institute, David Kramer, was given the dossier alleging the conspiracy by former British spy Christopher Steele, the document’s author. Kramer then gave it to Buzzfeed reporter Ken Bensinger, who read it, took pictures of it and had it published in Jan. 2017."

    Yes, these are facts, unlike the concocted reasons for the Mueller probe.

    Comey has already chimed in saying "surveillance is not spying."

    It is. It is a synonym, Comey. The act is the same.
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    • Posted by rainman0720 3 months ago
      I saw Comey's statement, and had to read it again to make sure I hadn't missed something. I'm still scratching my head, wondering how (or even if) he expected his comment to be taken seriously.
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  • Posted by  $  Stormi 3 months ago
    Really, do you not remember Clinton and Echelon. We used to call freinds, hood ladies of teh Midwest, say, "Are you listening Echelon?", then spout several of the trigger words which were supposed to alert the FBI. At the newspaler where we worked, we discovered our phones were bugged, no secret info over them.We were driving down a state hwy. in N.M. and were discovered by Trinity Site, and a B24 came down the road at us, low level, to pick up our license plates. There are cameras everywhere also now days. If you go after info, you might as well tell them in advance, and do it anyway. When a tea party meeting was held here, Feds showed up to monitor us, a rural town! Of course there is mass survellience, right here on the Internet, now that O gave it to the UN who put China in charge of it. Expect it, but don't let it stop you.
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    • Posted by  $  3 months ago
      Then we should put up a watermark of a bow finger with the statement: Still works Fine!

      I've been thinking about making a giant one in my back yard with rocks so the black helicopters flying over, as they do every day, will see it.
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  • Posted by NealS 3 months ago
    I was dumbfounded by some of the comments John Solomon and Sara Carter talked about during the interview with Mark Levin on or about April first, not an April fools joke. It was quite revealing, sounded like another "deep throat", with specific ties to Obama being aware, briefed, on the FISA application to spy on the Trump organization. I note today most of that interview has been deleted from the internet, claims of various copyrights and such.

    Anyone that doesn't believe the underground in our government exists needs to read Sharyl Attkisson's book, Stonewalled. She only called it her "Fight for Truth against forces of Obstruction, Intimidation, and Harassment in Obama's Washington." She should have called it "treason" in my opinion. I believe every word she wrote because of her historical reporting of the past. It's unfortunate that we let these stories just fade away, instead of keeping them in plain site like the democrats did with the fake collusion story. They plan of never letting that one go. Someday even the truth will come out about the birthplace that didn't even exist when Obama was born, but it will be too late for anyone to care.

    So far Trump's been right about every issue that's been thrown out there, but that too is a just political thing. Again, just my opinion, I could be wrong.
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  • Posted by rhfinle 3 months ago
    Just food for thought: Treason is defined, among other things, as passing government secrets to an enemy agency. Snowden released this important information to the media and the people of the United States. If Snowden is guilty of treason, the enemy of the government must necessarily be the people of the United States, which would explain a lot. I personally think Edward Snowden should be chiseled on Mt. Rushmore.
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    • Posted by  $  3 months ago
      Or in the case of Julian Assange, not necessarily being the enemy passed on information someone else sent his way and he released it to the media...Enemy of the people? but eventually it poured down to us.
      So that's not treason either...besides, I think it was more like a chain of whistle blowers.
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      • Posted by NealS 3 months ago
        Hilary's out would have been "intent", she had no intent to do wrong when she broke the laws. Should Assange not be given the same rights, no intent to do wrong? After all, illegals aliens seem to get all of the rights that we fought for, why shouldn't he?
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        • Posted by rhfinle 3 months ago
          It appears to me (not an official accusation, yet) that the alleged private server, run allegedly by Hillary, may have been set up to circumvent the Freedom of Information Act with regards to the phony Trump dossier and the illegal investigations of, probably, every high ranking conservative in the country. I hope if there's 'intent', they uncover enough of this whole alleged coup attempt to send them all to a federal facility for 300 years or so. Preferably Guantanimo.
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  • Posted by term2 3 months ago
    I am assuming that the government essentially knows everything that I do already. Anything that I put on the computer, cell phone, or on social media is available to them- whenever they want it.
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    • Posted by rhfinle 3 months ago
      Correct. In addition, they have been monitoring our long-distance calls since the '50's. A phone wiretap requires a court order, but long-distance was set up in the '50's to go through microwave (radio) links. It requires some fancy equipment, but it's not illegal to intercept those signals. all you need is a location near the path of the microwave beam.
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      • Posted by  $  3 months ago
        Ahha! So that is what that structure in my town was; tall with stationary radar like panels on each side. No one could tell us what it was and why it was at the top of the hill.
        Now it makes sense after all these years.
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  • Posted by  $  3 months, 1 week ago
    Julian Assange: Hero or Zero

    _ He's a traitor and should be extradited and prosecuted for treason.

    _ He released information the American People had a right to know about. He should be investigated for any criminal activities but not for publishing the information he obtained from Manning.

    √ The First Amendment trumps all. The government should be transparent.
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    • Posted by freedomforall 3 months, 1 week ago
      Based upon what I perceive at the present time, Wikileaks/Assange and Snowden are heroes.
      Feds used 9-11 as an excuse to push through all their wish list unconstitutional invasions of privacy and destruction of other constitutional limitations on government powers. I think the feds were complicit in allowing 9-11 to occur for that reason.
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      • Posted by term2 3 months ago
        I totally agree. These guys only tell us the truths about the evils that the establishment is trying to hide from us. If Assange gets off from some technicality like statute of limitations or a jury that lets him off, he should GET OUT OF THE USA and never come back. The government will never give up on trying to GET him on something.
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      • Posted by  $  3 months, 1 week ago
        That is the most reasonable conclusion we reached on several private posts on that subject.

        Now, let us see if Trump has anything up his sleeve.

        Last night they ran several clips of his pre presidential speeches where he praises Wikileaks but when asked the question at a new conference yesterday, he said it wasn't his thing.

        So, it seems the intermission is over and the show will start again forthwith.

        PS...did you get the links for the parts 5a and 5b of the Diehold series...Dan Posted it Public, (ewe invaded it too). I read Voit's chapter 11 where he talks about 64 different societies having similar legends of the last 4 catastrophe cycles, 10 of them mention that the earth started to rotate in the opposite direction during the event)...pretty conclusive I think.
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