Hillary Introduced To The DNC In Philly

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  1. Latitude says:

    I truly do not get it……
    …have we lost our ability to recognize white trash

  2. GeologyJim says:

    Many thanks, Tony!

    That was wicked-cool

    Trump’s got DNCs all twisted up over his solicitation to Russia to “30,000 deleted e-mails of HRC” — — — which everyone knows they already have.

    Jeez, Hillary left the barn door wide open and the Dims are only concerned about who might walk through the door. “Pay no attention to the piles of manure inside”, they say, the critical issue is who pointed out the door was left wide open.

    Same game they played with ClimateGate. Not important that Phil Jones said “even if we have to redefine what the peer-reviewed literature is”, or “I just used Mike’s Nature trick to hide the decline”, or “It would be nice to get rid of the 40s blip”, or “I hope no one finds out there’s a FOIA in the UK”, or “I’d rather destroy the data than hand it over to McIntyre and McKitrick”, etc., etc.

    Nooooo, the Big Issue must be that these e-mails were “stolen” — — — but it’s impossible to steal that which already belongs to the tax-paying public.

    Lowest scum on Earth, including Jones, Mann, Trenberth, Wigley, Santer, Oppenheimer, Solomon, Karl, Schneider, Oreskes, Lewandowsky, Steig, Serreze, and many, many others.

    Let’s flush the whole lot!

    • Gail Combs says:

      Oh, Trump was even more devious than you realize folks when he asked for Russia’s help in getting those Hitlery State Department e-mails.

      Here is the wee bit missing from the story… for now although it is starting to get out.

      Let’s say the Russians have her 33K emails which is a dead certainty.

      Look what a bit of digging turned up. The USA and Russia have a Treaty for “Mutual Assisitance in Criminal Matters”, signed by — wait for it….. BILL CLINTON on June 17, 1999.

      Seems like Russia would be obligated, under treaty, to help us.

      The Reporters at the Doral FL press conference kept asking Trump about him and Russia, and kept trying to connect Trump with Russia. (He has ZERO connection to Russia unlike China.) So Trump set the trap and the MSM walked right into it.

      Limbaugh has a pretty good transcript of the fun parts of the presser and the reaction of the press. Unfortunately the video I watched did not have the reporters questions audible.


      Trump really does have a wicked sense of humor. It is going to be fun when he springs the other half of the trap.

    • AndrewS says:

      “all twisted up” : Endless entertainment when the D’s can’t detect Sarc.

  3. Tim A says:

    I forgot that Trump pulled the trigger on Harambe….that was touching…?

  4. Leon Brozyna says:

    Now that’s the sort of hack I’d love to see on live prime time television.

    • Gail Combs says:

      I was really hoping that hack did go out. But fortunately not. The Demon Rats have no sense of humor.

      E.M.Smith (ChiefIO) has an interesting take on the whole Bernie Hillary e-mail mess.

      …Per “Russian Fingerprints” I suspect it is just that an open relay in Russia was used for the dump. This is almost SOP for everyone as Russia is one of the few places nobody can force to divulge info such as telco records of contacts to the servers. IMHO these “private clandestine” relays are likely allowed since it lets Russia have a front row seat ot the data. Who needs “russian hackers” when you can get the whole world’s best by providing free secure services?

      Were I doing the hack, I’d wash my trail through Russia.

      IMHO, the Dimocrats who pissed on the Bernie supporters forgot that many of them work in I.T. shops… just sayin’… It’s a lot easier to do the job from inside, then wash it through a Russian server… And Hillary & Bill have a habit of stepping on people. Especially “little people”. Given the Bernie support level, roughly 1/2 of the DNC support staff ought to be Bernie supporters… and pissed…

      The Russian style would be silently sit on the info and use it for blackmail of Pres. Hillary.. They collect silently, then leverage later…behind the scenes.

      Per Trump:

      He is from the “build it and fix it” school. He is making the opening bid to fix NATO by enforcing the agreement, that’s all. I hope he never learns to understand politics :-) where “break it & spend for influence” dominates…

      • Edmonton Al says:

        It seems like you have more info and links than NSA… ;^D

        I love it.. Thanks.

      • cdquarles says:

        The same thing applies to ClimageGate, if you ask me. An insider leaked this stuff that he or she, collected from an unprotected server, likely the backups.

        That’s not the only thing the ClimateBall folk leaked via an open ftp type server. If you are leaking/broadcasting stuff to the public, don’t expect it to be private. If you work for the government, only a tyrannical one wants to keep things not really necessary for actual public safety (yes, governments must do signals and other intelligence simply because of the Sun-Tzu rule. If you will have to confront another, first know yourself, then know them at least as well as you know yourself) secret. Why? They know that they can’t keep power without disarming the general public and that’s not just firearms bans, either.

  5. Gail Combs says:

    Well the idiots in the MSM took the bait at the Press Conference yesterday.


    The owner of The Washington Post FEARS Trump because of possible anti-trust against Amazon which he also owns. So his orders are to attack Trump.


    ABCNews also took the bait big time.

    abcnews “Democratic National Convention 2016: Fact-Checking the Speakers” Day 3

    …Fact Check: Donald Trump’s Invitation to Russia to Hack Hillary Clinton’s Email Amounts to Criminal Intent

    Claim: Donald Trump’s invitation to Russia to hack Hillary Clinton’s email amounts to criminal intent

    Rating: Questionable. Some legal experts contacted by ABC News said the comments were almost certainly protected free speech, while at least one other attorney specializing in national security law believes it’s legally actionable. The broad consensus is that no charges would result from Trump’s statement.

    Retired Navy Rear Adm. and former JAG Officer John Hutson said: “This morning, this very morning, he personally invited Russia to hack us! That’s not law and order. That’s criminal intent!”

    Background: Online searches for the definition of “treason” surged today after Donald Trump said: “Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing.” But did Trump’s statement rise to the level of criminality?

    Top legal experts told ABC News’ Lauren Pearle that Trump’s comments were almost certainly protected free speech, not any crime. “If Trump was actually working with Russia, that would be a crime. Merely expressing a sentiment, however idiotic or reprehensible, is not criminal,” said Peter Margulies, Roger Williams University School of Law.

    In addition to Hutson, a retired JAG officer, at least one other lawyer said the comments were outside the First Amendment’s protective scope. Bradley Moss, a lawyer specializing in national security law, told The Daily Beast that Republican presidential nominee’s statements could be actionable because Trump had spurred Russia to undertake “imminent lawless action,” an unprotected form of speech…..

    And then KABOOMMmmm the trap closes.

  6. Marty says:

    So the Clintons planned to monetise the WhiteHouse

    How sleazy and cheap and low can you be

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