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Posted 11/6/16

(CNN)FBI Director James Comey told lawmakers Sunday the agency hasn't changed its opinion that Hillary Clinton should not face criminal charges after a review of new emails.
http://www.cnn.com/2016/11/06/politics/comey-tells-congress-fbi-has-not-changed-conclusions/index.html
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No surprise here. Anyone who thought Loretta Lynch was actually going to prosecute Hillary Clinton is completely delusional.

I could understand if somehow she is innocent, but the emails didn't just delete themselves, someone needs to go to jail.
That being said, I highly doubt a single person will be prosecuted or even fired for allowing up to 5 foreign governments to access classified US government information, too many higher uppers are probably tied to this and the DOJ needs to protect its own...
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CNN- Clinton News Network said so .. so it must be true

i thought of the it but didn't think there was someone else who will say it on live tv

Hopkins calls CNN the Clinton News Network, anchor loses it

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GRpTc_tKZhE
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I'm not surprised. Hillary is backed by too may special interest groups, and far too many people in general have invested in her. Saudi Arabia has also invested in her. It's a corrupt system.
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the DOJ was bought and paid for what else is new ? but at least the people now know the meaning of "ABOVE THE LAW"

laws are for common folks like you and me while the selected few are untouchable

Welcome to the next 4 years of the Clinton Family

maybe she will end up like the female president from south korea.. soon or later people will get tired of it..


South Korean president Park Geun-hye is at the center of a firestorm over her relationship with Choi Soon-sil in a cronyism scandal that sounds more like a Korean drama
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uyw9Q1jZHrA
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Confidential State Department emails were found on a computer used by sex pervert Anthony Weiner who has no security clearance. How can that be okay? America is beginning to look a lot like the old Soviet Union.
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You guys, seriously.

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DengekiFugu wrote:

Confidential State Department emails were found on a computer used by sex pervert Anthony Weiner who has no security clearance. How can that be okay? America is beginning to look a lot like the old Soviet Union.


How dare you insult the product of Capitalism! The U.S.S.R. arise from the purest Capitalist society, win in the Capitalist competition by the Capitalist rule, make effective use of limited resource to be competitive with resource-rich U.S., create order in times of chaos, and create a breeding ground for moderate Democratic Second-generation Communists! You should not criticize successful people to discourage empowerment!
And not to mention that the mainstream Republicans are criticizing the American political system when they should change themselves instead of the flawless system from the invisible hand!
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DengekiFugu wrote:

Confidential State Department emails were found on a computer used by sex pervert Anthony Weiner who has no security clearance. How can that be okay? America is beginning to look a lot like the old Soviet Union.


its perfectly ok after all Hillary is still married to a "sex pervert"if I was married to a guy who did that I would have divorced him asap
and ok yea she was "doing her job" but at least all these years later say "hey im sorry I let the offender get away with rape, I was doing my job, please forgive me" but she just laughs I wouldn't have laughed at that.


if anyone else did what she did with our national security their ass would be in jail a long time ago she is above the law


I DO so look forward to the next 4 years, I hope she will get impeached

edit: honestly, if someone stays with a spouse that has done shit like he did, it says something of their own values and morals
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Posted 11/6/16 , edited 11/7/16
the only way to end this level of corruption is with a bullet.
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The emails turned out to be duplicates of what they already had, and they FBI is finding that both sides have politicians that used private email servers and are now being investigated because of it. But, as long as it is "Clinton" plus anything: it's an immediate scandal.

GTG, back to the land of "how do you turn on the DVD player" and "I'll never update the anti-virus software, because it'll get a virus"...
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runec wrote:

You guys, seriously.




What the emails do reveal is exactly what many of us have long said: Clintons make little distinction between the private and public aspects of their lives, between the pursuit of personal enrichment, the operation of a nonprofit, and their participation in politics.

And, what emails or memos still exist that these hackers, Russian or not, could be withholding for leverage after the election with another possible President Clinton?
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DengekiFugu wrote:
What the emails do reveal is exactly what many of us have long said: Clintons make little distinction between the private and public aspects of their lives, between the pursuit of personal enrichment, the operation of a nonprofit, and their participation in politics.


Actually, "many of us" have been frothing about having a "public and private position". Which is it?



DengekiFugu wrote:
And, what emails or memos still exist that these hackers, Russian or not, could be withholding for leverage after the election with another possible President Clinton?


It was only the DNC's emails that were hacked. There's no evidence of any successful hack against Clinton's. Withholding for leverage is also not Russia's MO. Their tactics are still pretty rooted in good ol' fashion Soviet era KGB shit. Just with more media at their disposal. Shape perception and disrupt reasonable discourse until everyone is just screaming at each other and people lose faith in the system.

It worked with Ukraine and its working again with the US. Its one part pushing specific positions ( while posing as Americans on Facebook, Twitter, forums, etc ) and one part just causing chaos ( troll farming ). One of the key ways they did it in Ukraine ( and now in the US ) is to actually provide too much information that is beyond the scope of what the average person will be able to reasonable dig into and understand. The accuracy of the information doesn't matter. Its the volume that's important.

The emails are the prime example. Its so much information that no one is going to realistically comb through all of them. They're going to rely on the summaries of other people ( recall all the fake facebook accounts, twitter accounts, forum posts, comments, etc ) and prefer the summaries that already fit their preconceived bias ( Which Facebook happily provides ). 99.9% of the people screaming about the Wikileaks emails have never read through them and if they tried a new batch would overwhelm them a week later anyway.

If you make the issue too complex or voluminous to easily understand it becomes quite a bit easier to push desired opinions on said issue. Or sow discord between differing sides by trolling the shit out of any discussion about the issue. In order to undermine faith in the system in general. As is *painfully* evident in this election cycle.

You could pick any other thread on this forum and watch it play out in real time. Statistically speaking there's likely at least one paid Russian troll here. -.-

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Double standard garbage in this country.
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So just so we are all clear, the FBI director who admitted that the law was broken and that Hillary lied under oath, came out with a statement saying 650k new emails were found and it would take months to process them. Very similar to when a much smaller collection was found earlier this year and it took months to process them. But here we are a week later, and somehow they have finished and everything is A-okay.

Whether you believe it was done for the republicans whether you believe it was done for the democrats, his actions are clearly not done for justice or the law. They are political moves for the sake of people who do not have to adhere to the laws the rest of America does. Idiot liberals should drop the smug act like a corrupt prosecution's go-ahead means Hillary isn't a crook. Idiot republicans shouldn't be acting like Donald can fix something this broken if he even gets in. This is something the people need to react to, we can't look for a leader to fix our broken leadership system.
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