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originally posted by: scraedtosleep
a reply to: MetalThunder
I didn't say he wasn't curropt.
I asked if any one has info proving he personally became rich while in office.
Over the last few days, floods have overwhelmed parts of central and eastern China.
Several dams across the country's largest fresh water lake, Poyang, have burst, with the lake reaching record water levels, according to data from China's National Weather Satellite Centre.
The flood fighting effort continued in southern China on Thursday (July 16), with soldiers rushing against time to reinforce riverbanks with sandbags and residents moving out of areas at risk of becoming inundated. In Anhui province, people moved to safety camps, with a residential area in Tongling city near the Changhe river at risk of overflowing, state broadcaster CCTV reported.
And I will establish my covenant with you; neither shall all flesh be cut off any more by the waters of a flood; neither shall there any more be a flood to destroy the earth.
originally posted by: PokeyJoe
a reply to: cimmerius
Hopefully this bitcoin stuff is just a clever ruse to cover them scraping all the juicy DM's from all these blue checkmark accounts. I would imagine they will use whatever they found to blackmail these rich and powerful people.
Smart and fierce DOJ spokesperson Kerri Kupek discusses DOJ Operation Legend, an organized and focused effort by the federal government to reduce crime and violence stemming from Antifa and other violent extremists.
Additionally, Ms. Kupek discusses the DOJ taking a stronger approach toward the corrupt influence of China within various U.S. systems (economic, political and social). Lastly @4:30 Kerri outlines the status of John Durham’s ongoing investigation: “the restoration of that one-tiered system of justice.”
The best working theory at the moment is that the admin account wasn’t used to post the tweets. Instead, the admin account was used to disable two-factor authentication on the affected accounts, and this then allowed the hackers to change the email address associated with the accounts, allowing them to hijack the accounts and post the malicious tweets.
What might those enhanced security measures on the president’s accounts be? Twitter may, for example, only permit tweets to be made to Trump’s accounts from authorized devices, meaning that the hackers weren’t able to tweet on the president’s behalf.
originally posted by: Thoughtful1
a reply to: crankyoldman
Ha, ha, ha.
My husband, who does not follow any of this, loves your posts every morning. I have been working with him on understanding what Q is and means and he just thinks your posts and analysis are right on.
Each morning he asks "So what does crankyoldman think today?"
I know that doesn't sound like much but he is listening and you are getting through.