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originally posted by: Grambler
originally posted by: introvert
a reply to: Grambler
Personally, I think the DNC server has become a useful distraction from Trump's issues.
We were told by Comey that the Russians hacked hundreds, possibly thousands, of systems and worked with them to protect those systems. We were also told that while the FBI did not have access to the DNC server, Crowdstrike was able to provide the FBI with very specific forensic information that led them to conclude they were hacked by the same people that were hacking all those other systems. So the DNC server is just a speck among a canvas of numerous specks on that issue.
In the end, the server is irrelevant because it has nothing to do with the current issues Trump and friends are facing. The server has nothing to do with the meetings that took place between Trump people and the Russians. It has nothing to do with Trump deciding to fire Comey. And on and on...
The idea that Russia hacked the DNC is not only the impetus for every single Trump russsia collsion story and investigation, it is the most serious allegation by a long shot.
In fact all of the other things you mention, such as Trump jr.s and other meetings were committed by DNC people to; like the hiring of a Russian connected firm, Fusion GPS, to dig up dirt on Trump. So why no 24/67 media coverage and special investigation into this?
The reason is it all stems from the idea Russia hacked the DNC.
The server is not irrelevant; it is the most crucial piece of evidence proving all of these allegations.
If the FBI would outsource the investigation into trump, or Flynn, or Kushners digital devices to a private firm connected to the RNC, you would be outraged.
But you are ok with it in this case for some reason.
And lets not forget Crowdstrike immediately had the same song and dance after their assessment here about Russians hacking the Ukraine, and they were wrong. So why would we assume they are right here?
originally posted by: GokuVsSuperman0
a reply to: Grambler
you're argument is that intelligence agencies could be wrong, even the top 4 all at once? Allegations and assumptions makes an a$$ out of you...just you lol.
originally posted by: Painterz
Either there is a grand conspiracy in every branch of government and the global media that absolutely controls the message on all wavelengths, in which case, how are we even having this discussion? Why hasn't ATS been shut down?
Or, Trump and his team did something dodgy enough that it at least warrants investigation.
Why are people so afraid of an investigation anyway? If he's innocent, he has nothing to hide, and investigations will prove that.
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