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    Posted: January 02 2017 at 9:41pm
Hannity interview Assange says: ASSANGE: Our source is not a state party, so the answer for our interactions is no. But if we look at our most recent statement from the US government, which is on the 29th of December, OK, we had five different branches of government, Treasury, DHS, FBI, White House presenting their accusations to underpin Obama’s throwing out 29 Russian diplomats. What was missing from all of those statements? The word WikiLeaks. It’s very strange.

Can someone tell me why WikiLeaks is never mentioned only Russia?
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Originally posted by FluMom FluMom wrote:

Can someone tell me why WikiLeaks is never mentioned only Russia?


One cannot be seen to give credit to them - everything must be done to discredit truth if it is against  (current views of) the president elect.
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Assange has ZERO credibility as far as I am concerned

he did not want a fair and open election

he wanted Trump to be President

he released no damaging info against Trump,only against Clinton
and he CAREFULLY timed the release of that info to do the most damage possible

the question is why did he want Trump elected so very badly ?
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In the olden days, a guy like Assange would disappear.  Just sayin'....

Whatever he says is a lie, period.  He has his own agenda.  CIA should shut Wikileaks down with cyber weapons, it would be easy.  
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Gee, none of the emails were a lie. So I would not call this man a liar based on Podesta's, DNC, and Hillary's emails. Why would the CIA shut down WikiLeaks we still have free speech in this country.

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Originally posted by FluMom FluMom wrote:

Gee, none of the emails were a lie. So I would not call this man a liar based on Podesta's, DNC, and Hillary's emails. Why would the CIA shut down WikiLeaks we still have free speech in this country.


How do we know the emails were not doctored or tampered with?  No evidence either way. 

The hacking was an act of war, and Assange is no friend of the USA.  I detested Hillary but detest Drumpf far more.   The guy is out and out nuts. 

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Assange is a TRAITOR and should be HUNG,he cost the lives of troops,he is a liar and will say or do anything for his 5 minutes of fame,how come wikileaks only bad mouth the USA ,WHERE IS SNOWDEN ,ANOTHER TRAITOR that's hiding out in ??????Russia,WAKE UP,whom started all the crap in Afghanistan.....the Russians.....
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I have NO problem with Assange releasing dirt on Hillary
NONE at all

but he had an agenda
he did everything he could to get Trump elected
why?
cause he cares so much about AMuRIkA ??
I highly doubt that
and it certainly does appear that he is working with the Russians
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The filthy bankers and their lap dog politicians cost the lives of hundreds of thousands of American troops, not the whistleblowers!

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"Back in 2010, Trump called WikiLeaks "disgraceful." "I think it's disgraceful, I think there should be like death penalty or something," Trump told Fox News's Brian Kilmeade. It's not clear whether Trump was referring to Assange or Pfc. Chelsea Manning, then known as Bradley Manning, who leader the documents.

To be clear, this doesn't seem to be the dominant GOP view of Assange. On Wednesday morning, House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) made clear that he thinks Assange is “a sycophant for Russia.” Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), meanwhile, called Assange a “high-tech terrorist” in 2010 and doesn't seem to have amended that view. And Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) rebuked Hannity in October for his Assange praise."


https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2017/01/04/how-some-republicans-learned-to-stop-worrying-and-love-julian-assange/?utm_term=.a76c5bea3737
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Sean Hannity and Caribou Barbie Sarah Palin both used to be strong critics of Assange
now they both are just about French kissing the guyLOL
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Intel Expert: Trump 'One Step Away From Treason'



http://crooksandliars.com/2017/01/intel-expert-trump-one-step-away-treason
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Donald Trump joins Julian Assange to cast doubt over Russian hacking claims in 2016 election

President-elect Donald Trump is using WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to cast doubt over the US intelligence community's case that Russia was behind hacking affecting the Democrats ahead of the 2016 election.

Key points:

  • Donald Trump said the Democrats themselves were to blame for the hacks
  • He referenced Julian Assange, in saying a "14-year-old could have hacked Podesta"
  • Intelligence community and Democrats insist Russia was responsible

Mr Trump has suggested that the Democrats themselves were to blame for the hacking of its computers and mass emails leaks, including those of top Hillary Clinton adviser John Podesta.

He argued the Democrat National Convention (DNC) did not have a "hacking defence" and questioned why the Democratic Party had not responded "to the terrible things they did and said".

The President-elect appeared to be referring to information in the DNC emails that was made public and led to the resignation of the DNC chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz and other officials.

"Julian Assange said 'a 14-year-old could have hacked Podesta' why was DNC so careless? Also said Russians did not give him the info!" Mr Trump tweeted.

It was a striking spectacle for the incoming president to give credibility to Mr Assange, whose organisation has been under criminal investigation for its role in classified information leaks.

Mr Assange said his source for the hacked emails WikiLeaks published during the campaign was not a government, but his assertion left open the possibility they came from a third party.

The American intelligence community and Republicans and Democrats on Capitol Hill insisted Russia was behind the hacks, but Mr Trump repeatedly dismissed the allegation, challenging the intelligence experts who will help him make the weightiest possible decisions once he becomes president in two weeks.

The President-elect is expected to be briefed on a report into the hacking Friday by CIA Director John Brennan, FBI Director James Comey and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper.

Trump aides have argued Mr Trump's position was not personal, but based on what he saw as incomplete or inconclusive information.

Spokesman Sean Spicer said on Wednesday that Trump had received "raw data" on the hacking during daily intelligence briefings.

But he said the President-elect was "more sceptical of the conclusions that are drawn".

The President-elect has insisted that the Government does not really know who was behind the attacks.

He had said he would release more information this week.

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Trump is kidding himself if he thinks the Russians don't also have a load of hacked intel on the GOP that will be used against them, unless they remain compliant. 

Considering how many GOP politicians have turned out to be vile perverts (Dennis Hastert, Mark Foley etc.), I'm sure they have lots of file material to be brought out at the right time.  That's how the Russians work.  
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Here is a problem with what is being said here. Who would have believed Donald Trump would have been the Repub. candidate! All of this stuff (emails) were had before anyone knew Trump would be the candidate. So to say this was to help Trump only is not logical! It could have been Cruz or Rubio or LOL Jeb!

So to lay blame on Trump is not logical... lay it on whoever stole the emails. They hated Hillary!   No matter who did this the lesson is make sure you CAN'T BE HACKED no matter who or what you are.

The American people made an informed decision on who should become President which included the leaked emails. Oh Well, like an attorney friend of mind told me, "Sometimes life is like a sh^t sandwich and you have to take a bite."    Well Hillary had to take the bite!
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What a lot of Americans can not seem to understand is that Assange is not a US citizen, so all the talk of being a "traitor" is sheer BS.  
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I don't think Trump is to 'blame' but he can't really come out and agree with what the S-service says because that would deligitimize his presidency,it's a catch 22 ,the Russians must be rubbing their hands with glee at all the mistrust they are spreading,....divide and conquer.....
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FluMom, that's a very logical argument. For all we know it was someone in the DNC trying to help Bernie. The DNC did conspire to steal the nomination from Bernie after all.

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US official says Russia undoubtedly meddled in US election


http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/us-official-says-russia-undoubtedly-meddled-in-us-election/ar-BBxUSNv?li=BBnb7Kz&ocid=ACERDHP15


""We stand actually more resolutely on the strength of that statement than we did on the 7th of October," James Clapper, the director of national intelligence, told the Armed Services Committee."


"We stand actually more resolutely on the strength of that statement than we did on the 7th of October,"

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Intelligence chief: Russia’s election interference went far beyond hacks

https://www.yahoo.com/news/dni-russias-election-interference-went-far-beyond-hacks-173246915.html

Despite Promise, Trump Divulges No New Election Hacking Details

https://www.yahoo.com/gma/despite-promise-trump-divulges-no-election-hacking-details-095600634--abc-news-topstories.html


Trump's "promises"=bounced checks


Trump actually seems incapable of telling the truth about anything


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