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originally posted by: oriondc
I just got the file. As someone above said, they're old. Random openings reveal they are unclassified and mostly redacted stuff. Nothing earth shattering, probably duplicates from the earlier Wikileaks dumps. But, you never know I guess until you go through the whole thing.
originally posted by: Antipathy17
a reply to: Ares2493
If it really was downloaded at 23 mb/s than this is really telling. As the article says, it's likely an USB download and not an internet download. Which begs the question, who knew and when?
originally posted by: JoshuaCox
a reply to: RazorV66
It's still just as true lol..
And no I care jack $/1! About the DNC.. just don't like people pushing propaganda in an attempt to trick good people..
How are they comming up with all these earth shaking stories with no reporters???
These are not News organizations they are compilation sites that copy/paste MSM stories..and totally fabricated stories..
How is that not absolutely relevant???
originally posted by: daskakik
originally posted by: Gothmog
Not getting my hopes up at all. Could this be the very thing that brings to light what I have been predicting?
It seems to be a repost of the same stuff from last year. If it didn't do it then why would it change anything now?
The name being "WHITERABBIT" is interesting. That's what Alice chased down the hole and nothing good came from her chasing it.
originally posted by: HumanKevinJones
Update: Still nobody with any credibility reporting on this. WikiLeaks is undisputed when it comes to this kinda stuff, and they've not said a word. That's all I need to know that this is a big nothing burger.
Before you blindly call me a lefty or libtard or anything else, know you're barking up the wrong tree. I'm just not gullible enough to believe every single headline i see on right wing, click bait websites.