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originally posted by: matafuchs
On second thought, if this is what you want to talk about. A couple hundred emails that could have just come from a PAC or someone thought it was funny to Spam them.
Me...I think I want to know what Bill and the AG talked about on Monday.
originally posted by: bknapple32
a reply to: bobs_uruncle
And if roles were reversed you would probably be calling that a diversionary tactic. And by you, I don't mean some personal attack. More of the plural you in this case.
originally posted by: MystikMushroom
I'm sure this will be completley ignored and downplayed by shifting the topic at hand onto Hillary Clinton in a diviersionary way. In other words prepare to hear "But look at Hillary!!!"
The thing is -- this isn't about Hilary but Trump. This proves that even Trump isn't beyond doing the same thing. . .
I'm actually not surprised by this news. I think it shouldn't come as a shock that politicians lie and will do anything to fund their war chest. It doesn't excuse it, and everyone found guilty of it should be held to the same legal standards.
originally posted by: eluryh22
a reply to: Byrd
If it's true then it needs to be investigated. However, I clicked the link and the only e-mail I saw was the response to the alleged initial e-mail?
Also, did anyone respond to the alleged initial e-mail with a donation?
originally posted by: reldra
This is really not looking like an accident via a rented email list. US News & World Report
The email addresses would have foreign extensions, a simple computer program would be used by any campaign to filter them out. Members of parliament from 6 countries have complained about receiving multiple emails. The one talking about Brexit is just awkward and odd.