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    Today, 09:01 PM
    O'Bummer will be taken down hard, he will be exposed as a non-citizen foreign spy so that everything he did and everyone he appointed can be undone. If that doesn't happen then I will begin to think it is all just Kabuki.
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    Today, 08:54 PM
    A message needs to be sent that this can NEVER be allowed to happen again. Justice must not only be done, it must be seen to be done.
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    Today, 08:52 PM
    The scent of war is strong both near and abroad.
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    Today, 08:45 PM
    That would be great but I want the executions broadcast too.
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    Today, 08:44 PM
    It was speculated when the first charges were brought that more would be added after the US had him here but not before in order to avoid difficulty in extraditing him. That isn't what happened. I'm all ears if anyone has another explanation why it didn't happen that way.
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    Today, 08:35 PM
    Q is a person who claims to be working with Trump and military intelligence to expose and bring down the deepstate. While he has released some disinformation to confuse the other side the overall story he has been telling is starting to be exposed publicly as rather accurate and there have been some convincing proofs that he is connected to Trump. I have a thread dedicated to him and the OP contains links to sites that collect his messages: The Q thread dannno can probably provide links to some videos about him or you can research QAnon for yourself for more info.
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    Today, 08:24 PM
    The ransomware attacks in Baltimore and other US cities appear to have a common thread: they're using NSA tools on the agency's home soil. In-the-know security experts talking to the New York Times said the malware in the cyberattacks is using the NSA's stolen EternalBlue as a "key component," much like WannaCry and NotPetya. While the full list of affected cities isn't available, San Antonio and the Pennsylvania city of Allentown have reportedly been victims of EternalBlue-based campaigns. Microsoft has issued fixes for affected Windows version after the NSA disclosed the long-secret vulnerabilities. However, these attacks frequently succeed due to fragmented local governments that tend to be cautious about upgrades. In addition to using a mishmash of software and configurations that complicates updates, cities may be hesitant to patch or upgrade their software due to compatibility concerns and tight budgets. And unfortunately, the NSA isn't likely to help. While it helped Microsoft patch the security hole after EternalBlue became public in 2017, it has so far turned down discussion of the flaw and hasn't even acknowledged that the code loss took place. The NSA and FBI have declined to comment on the new revelations. Whatever its involvement, incidents like Baltimore's highlight a problem with the NSA and other intelligence agencies hoarding exploits. The practice only works so long as officials have total control over vulnerabilities and the matching hacking tools. If data for either gets out, they effectively give criminals and foreign spies an advantage over an unprepared public. And when these exploits seldom discriminate between countries, they can cause plenty of damage at home.
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    Today, 07:55 PM
    Or inviting pretty passengers into the cockpit.
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    Today, 07:53 PM
    I'm still waiting for a suggestion other than that thus was done to help Assange fight extradition.
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    Today, 07:51 PM
    I hope Danke isn't getting lazy and losing his edge.
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    Today, 07:48 PM
    John Durham appointed a grand jury on the Russia investigation origins a few months ago
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    Today, 07:48 PM
    U.S. Attorney John Durham has already used a grand jury in Connecticut, attorney Joe diGenova said on Tuesday. It was revealed this week that Attorney General William Barr tasked Durham with examining the origins of the federal Russia investigation. In a Fox News interview, diGenova said Durham, who is a U.S. attorney in Connecticut, has been working for a couple of months. "Durham has already used a grand jury in Connecticut, they've already gotten documents, he's already talked to the intel people," he said. Durham's effort, described by one New York Times source as currently being a review and not a criminal inquiry, is operating alongside the FISA abuse investigation by Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz. DiGenova said Horowitz has already determined that the three FISA extensions against onetime Trump campaign aide Carter Page were illegally obtained and he is now the brink of finding the first FISA was completely illegal.
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    Today, 07:27 PM
    Since when is 72% "not much"?
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    Today, 07:19 PM
    More than you are willing to put out for him. I've done plenty else as well and will continue to do so.
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    Today, 07:15 PM
    I guess you can't really complain about Assange then. Don't worry, I will continue to.
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    Today, 07:05 PM
    Anyone who comes to this site is probably already on that list. It is funny to watch you TDS people squirm around and make excuses for doing nothing to help Assange. Your'e a bunch of virtue signalling losers.
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    Today, 06:59 PM
    How many of the disagreements were when Gorsuch wanted to go even farther not when they were actually on opposite sides?
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    Today, 06:16 PM
    Latest Gillette Ad Features Dad Teaching Transgender Son To Shave For The First Time
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    Latest Gillette Ad Features Dad Teaching Transgender Son To Shave For The First Time
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    Today, 06:09 PM
    Turkey has decided not to impose tariffs on steel imports from Brazil after concluding an investigation into a dispute between the two countries, Brazil's Economy Ministry and Foreign Ministry said on Friday."This is an important outcome for economic and trade relations between Brazil and Turkey, because the decision involves a sector of great importance for both countries," the two ministries said in a joint statement. More at: https://news.yahoo.com/brazil-says-turkey-backs-down-160605907.html
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    Today, 06:08 PM
    A U.N. maritime tribunal ruled Saturday that Russia must immediately release three Ukrainian naval vessels it captured in November and free the 24 sailors it detained.The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea issued its order at its Hamburg headquarters following a hearing earlier this month. Russia stayed away from both the hearing and Saturday's session. Ukraine's new president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, said that Russia could send a signal of "real readiness to stop the conflict with Ukraine" by complying with the order. Russia didn't immediately specify what it would do, but made clear that it still believes the tribunal is the wrong place to address the dispute. Russia had argued that the rights Ukraine claims in the case don't apply because they are covered by an exception for military activity. Kiev's lawyers contest this claim, saying Russia itself previously described the arrest as a law enforcement operation. The tribunal sided with Ukraine's argument on that point. But tribunal President Jin-Hyun Paik said both parties should "refrain from taking any action which might aggravate or extend the dispute." He said Russia must return the ships to Ukrainian custody and allow the servicemen to go home. The decision was a 19-1 vote, with a Russian judge dissenting. The tribunal "does not consider it necessary to require (Russia) to suspend criminal proceedings against the 24 detained Ukrainian servicemen and refrain from initiating new proceedings," Paik added. Kiev had called for legal proceedings to be ended. The tribunal's decisions are legally binding, but it has no power to enforce them. It called for both sides to report back on their compliance by June 25.
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    Today, 05:46 PM
    Shinzo Abe, the Japanese prime minister, is set to offer himself as a mediator amid the escalation of tensions between the United States and Iran. Mr Trump landed in Tokyo on Saturday for a four-day visit during which Mr Abe will discuss the proposal with him, and seek his consent. The Japanese leader is considering a visit to Tehran net month to mediate with President Hassan Rouhani, according to media reports in Japan, and a final decision may depend on the results of his talks with Mr Trump. Mohammad Javad Zarif, the Iranian foreign minister, visited Japan earlier this month. Shortly before his Japan trip Mr Trump ordered 1,500 extra US troops, along with fighter jets, reconnaissance aircraft, and missile defence batteries to the Persian Gulf. The Pentagon called it a ďdefensiveĒ deployment intended to protect US troops in the region from Iran. Japan has longstanding ties with Iran and opposed Mr Trump's decision to withdraw from the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. Before US sanctions on Iran, Japan was a major importer of Iranian oil. Mr Abe first visited Iran in a personal capacity in 1983 and has continued links with the country's leadership. Reacting to the idea of him mediating Akihisa Nagashima, a former Japanese defence minister, said: "This is what we call quiet diplomacy."
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    Today, 05:43 PM
    Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats issued a warning about national security after President Donald Trump granted Attorney General William Barr broad new powers to declassify intelligence related to the origins of the Russia investigation. Coats said in a statement that he is “confident” Barr will follow “standards.” But he also warned that if “highly sensitive classified Information” is released, it “would put our national security at risk.” Coats also emphasized that the intelligence community will “continue” to share “apolitical intelligence” with the rest of the government. “I am confident that the Attorney General will work with the in accordance with the long-established standards to protect highly-sensitive classified information that, if publicly released, would put our national security at risk,” Coats said. More at: https://www.yahoo.com/huffpost/dan-coats-william-barr-trump-intelligence-risk-warning-045917577.html Q !!mG7VJxZNCI
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    Today, 05:40 PM
    Turkey has equipped an array of mainstream Syrian rebels it backs with fresh supplies of weaponry to help them try to repel a major Russian-backed assault, senior opposition officials and rebel sources said on Saturday.Russia is backing the Syrian army's large aerial and ground assault as it seeks to gain control of the last big stretch of rebel-held territory in the northwest of the country. Ankara stepped up supplies in recent days after failing to persuade Russia in recent meetings of a joint working group that it should end its escalation to avert a major influx of refugees pouring into Turkey, two senior opposition figures said. In doing so Turkey signaled its readiness to preserve its influence in northwestern Syria, where it has beefed up its troop presence in a dozen military bases that were set up under a de-escalation deal with Russia, a senior rebel commander said. Turkish officials were not immediately available to comment. Overnight, a Turkish military convoy arrived at a base in northern Hama near rebel-held Jabal al Zawiya, where Russian and Syrian jets have been pounding for weeks, a rebel and a witness said. The delivery of dozens of armored vehicles, Grad rocket launchers, anti-tank guided missiles and so-called TOW missiles, helped roll back some Syrian army gains and retake the strategically located town of Kfar Nabouda, one senior opposition figure said. The TOW missile had been the most potent weapon in the arsenal of rebel groups battling Assad during the conflict. It was extended by Western and Arab foes of Assad until a CIA-led program of military support to help moderate rebels was suspended in 2017.
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    https://twitter.com/Joyce_Karam/status/1127958089444016128 1127958089444016128 More at: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-05-13/sabotage-attacks-saudi-tankers-stoke-fears-war-accident
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