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originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: bigfatfurrytexan
Some details would be nice. I'm betting the story was postulated by some right wing hit piece blog.
originally posted by: Sillyolme
And there's nothing wrong with the dedicated men and women of the FBI who work tirelessly to keep this country safe.
The piece of garbage in the Whitehouse smears every adversary. We've all seen it. It's his modus operandi. But if you use the same tactics over and over again people are bound to catch on.
Some maybe a bit quicker than others.
The Dems know their base is intellectuals and college professors an scientists so they can’t just spout nonsense.
correction...the DNC is trying to tear this country apart. I dont't see Repubs stirring anything with DNC on a daily basis...it is always the other way around.
originally posted by: 3NL1GHT3N3D1
Let's be honest, this will just be another step in the never-ending back and forth between the two parties that is tearing this country apart. It's political theater to keep people preoccupied with a narrative that will end up going nowhere for either side.
Either it will peter out with nothing changing or it will just continue the same way it has for decades now, a cycle of hope in a political candidate that leads to disappointment where nothing changes until the next round of the cycle continues the tradition, as it always has done.
The defendants - from President Trump, to Wikileaks - and now Roger Stone - are excited at the prospect of examining the DNC servers which cybersecurity firm Crowdstrike determined were victims of Russian hacking in advance of the 2016 elections. Notably, the DNC would not allow the FBI or anyone else to inspect said servers.
To that end, Stone's attorneys have slapped the DNC with a notification to preserve evidence related to the case with a "standard pre-discovery notice." Discovery is a pre-trial process by which one party can obtain evidence from the opposing party relevant to the case.
My lawyers and I will demand to examine the DNC’s servers and expose them to real forensic analysis, not merely accepting the claims of the DNC’s paid contractor, to finally extinguish this bogus Russian hacking claim, once and for all. My lawyers have served the DNC with standard pre-discovery notice directing the DNC of their obligation under law to preserve all possible evidence, including their servers, for ultimate inspection and exposure to critical review. As Julian Assange wrote on Twitter, via the WikiLeaks feed, “Discovery is going to be fun.” -Roger Stone
Stone notes that "Former CIA experts like Bill Binney and Ray McGovern examined the basic data available about the copying of DNC data and concluded that there is more forensic evidence that the material was downloaded to a portable drive, meaning it had to be someone with physical access to DNC computers."
originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: Grambler
It would have been so simple if Nunes had thought of it.
Trump has no way to claim he lost somthing for a lawsuit to be requesting to be made whole again.. “Being made whole” is the only way you can civily sue.
When you go off on a 4 or 5 post reply tangent