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originally posted by: Admitted
When we know, unequivocally that a country influenced our elections, we shouldn't snub them. We should outright denounce them.
If that's everyone, so be it. But this is a joke.
originally posted by: tanstaafl
Define 'influenced'. What, exactly, did 'they' (the Russians) do? Release some factual information in the form of some emails? Execute some social ad campaigns to bring attention to this and other FACTUAL information? So, you're upset that certain facts got out in the open that allowed people to make a more informed decision during a presidential election?
From what I can tell, the 'DNC email hack' most likely was an inside job by a disgruntled Bernie supporter who was furious at what the DNC did to rig their primary in Clintons favor, and who was then murdered for his deed. The 'Podesta hack' was him falling for a typical email scam that I would be embarrassed to admit my 10 year old daughter fell for (if she did, which she wouldn't). That leaves us with the Clinton email hack, which likely happened due to Clintons own laziness, ineptitude and criminal acts.