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EarlyGrayce

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Dewey, I ask you....You've read the DNC wikileaks emails by now. What is your opinion of the facts? Here's what seem to be the only options for voters to choose:


1-The wikileaks DNC emails are unimportant and par for the course, because the RNC did the same thing? (If you go with this one, provide proof)

2-The wikileaks DNC emails are untrue and planted by the RNC/GOP and never were real emails?

3-Everyone is misinterpreting the wikileaks DNC emails and they aren't what they appear to be, i.e. blatant collusion between billary camp and DNC to rig the primary via media manipulation and bernie damage.

4-The DNC did and does collude with the billary camp, they rigged the primary, they illegally ruined bernie's candidacy, WaPo and Politico and CNN are working for billary.

Let me know on this, thanks dewey.
 

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If individuals, in violation of the law, break into the hotel headquarters, (or hack the computers), of the DNC or RNC, discover damaging personal information, and expose it for all to see, I wouldn't allow it to influence my vote in the upcoming election.  It's a despicable practice and part of what's wrong with our politics today.  To penalize individuals who are exposed as a result of an unlawful invasion of privacy is to encourage more of the same.  No doubt some are likely to pay a huge price, rightly or wrongly, for this invasion of privacy, but I'll mostly dismiss it in hopes it will discourage the next unlawful invasion of ones personal space.


Breathtaking in your audacity. Well played Sir. 

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S/b - No doubt some are likely to pay a huge price, rightly or wrongly, because of this invasion of privacy, but I'll mostly dismiss it in hopes it will discourage the next unlawful invasion of ones personal space.
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If individuals, in violation of the law, break into the hotel headquarters, (or hack the computers), of the DNC or RNC, discover damaging personal information, and expose it for all to see, I wouldn't allow it to influence my vote in the upcoming election.  It's a despicable practice and part of what's wrong with our politics today.  To penalize individuals who are exposed as a result of an unlawful invasion of privacy is to encourage more of the same.  No doubt some are likely to pay a huge price, rightly or wrongly, for this invasion of privacy, but I'll mostly dismiss it in hopes it will discourage the next unlawful invasion of ones personal space.

Your party, the democrats, have categorically shown they do not understand anything about securing information.  

Clinton gave away national secrets through careless email handling.  56% of Americans think she should be charged

Now her whole DNC email dump is out there for everyone to read, exposing all the dirty press tactics the DNC and HRC use in attempt manipulate the American public.  

Do'nt you at least get a bit of chuckle at that irony of it all?

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Way to go Dewey. In classic chapter one of the dem playbook fashion when faced with damning evidence attack the messenger to deflect from the nefarious actions being brought to light.


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Your party, the democrats, have categorically shown they do not understand anything about securing information.  



You're free to question Hillary's judgment on this issue but when you say "your party", I'll remind you SOS Powell also used a private email account during the last GOP Administration.  I wouldn't be surprised to hear more officials of both parties have done similar.
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S/b - No doubt some are likely to pay a huge price, rightly or wrongly, because of this invasion of privacy, but I'll mostly dismiss it in hopes it will discourage the next unlawful invasion of ones personal space.


DWS's and HRC's emails are not their "personal space".  Those emails belong to the organizations that employed them.  

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You're free to question Hillary's judgment on this issue but when you say "your party", I'll remind you SOS Powell also used a private email account during the last GOP Administration.  I wouldn't be surprised to hear more officials of both parties have done similar.

56% of America says Hillary should be charged with felony mishandling of secure information.  You saw that right?  Cause you any concern?

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If individuals, in violation of the law, break into the hotel headquarters, (or hack the computers), of the DNC or RNC, discover damaging personal information, and expose it for all to see, I wouldn't allow it to influence my vote in the upcoming election.  It's a despicable practice and part of what's wrong with our politics today.  To penalize individuals who are exposed as a result of an unlawful invasion of privacy is to encourage more of the same.  No doubt some are likely to pay a huge price, rightly or wrongly, for this invasion of privacy, but I'll mostly dismiss it in hopes it will discourage the next unlawful invasion of ones personal space.


No doubt, wikileaks is not acting lawfully but HRC and DWS have both shown unprecedented lack of good judgement in these matters.  I'm sure you won't comment on that.

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Muh narrative.  haha.  Been scanning the morning shows.  Billary bots were clearly sent out with the narrative 'the party is unitied!!!' playing on dufus Crews failure at the RNC.  

While they were speaking, HRC/DNC rolls out that Wasserman Shultz "will not be presiding over the convention".  Which is just a funny way of saying 'your fired'.  Only thing commitee chairman does is preside over the convention, that was the job.

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Whether or not the emails were gotten legally, they clearly show the DNC and DWS as corrupt and sabotaging the Sanders campaign.  That simply cannot be overlooked as Dewey would like to do.  Corruption - par for the course for Democrats.
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56% of America says Hillary should be charged with felony mishandling of secure information.  You saw that right?  Cause you any concern?


The figure matches exactly Hillary's unfavorable rating.  It's not a surprise but of course it's a concern.  That said, I suspect many of these same people believe Hillary should have been fined like Gen Petraeus was subjected to, not imprisoned.

As for favoring a "felony" charge as your post says, let's keep the actual poll question accurate...


Do you approve or disapprove of Comey's recommendation that Clinton not be charged with a crime?
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The figure matches exactly Hillary's unfavorable rating.  It's not a surprise but of course it's a concern.  That said, I suspect many of these same people believe Hillary should have been fined like Gen Petraeus was subjected to, not imprisoned.

As for favoring a "felony" charge as your post says, let's keep the actual poll question accurate...


Do you approve or disapprove of Comey's recommendation that Clinton not be charged with a crime?

ok, let's play.  What was the "charge" supposed to be?

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I didn't see you coming to Mitt Romneys defense when he was recorded without his knowledge.

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I suspect if you ask the 56% who said she should have been charged, it will include either misdemeanor or felony charges.  Some may say both.  I don't really know.  I was simply correcting the poll question.
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WASSERMAN DROPPED FROM CONVENTION...

[biggrin][rofl][rofl][rofl][rofl][rofl][rofl][biggrin]

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DNC EMAIL DISASTER
MOCK JEW BERNIE
FAKE ANTI-TRUMP PROTEST

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RNC : Wow, we're a real shiit show!

DNC : Yo! Watch this!

[rofl]

Dems haven't even started yet and there isn't time to recount the shambles they are in.

The coronation of Hillary Clinton is forever tainted by:

Corrupt primary
Claims of Russian intervention
Lack of cyber security
Leadership resignation
Bernie Sanders betrayal of his "movement"
The Bernie "movement" furious
And myriad smaller details too numerous to mention.

Last week, the scandal was Melania cribbing a few lines from Michelle

Way to go, Democrats! You're fuuckery exceeds all expectations.

PS: special thanks to Barack Obama, for giving the 1980's their foreign policy back.

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NIGHTMARE BEFORE CONVENTION: WASSERMAN SPIRALS...

PHOTOS: DNC erects 4-mile fence around Philly site...

DEMS EMAIL DISASTER

ALL THE DIRTY DETAILS!

CLINTON CORONATION IN DISARRAY


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Bernie applied for a permit to hold a rally for 40,000 democrat supporters outside the Philly Wells Fargo Center next week. Billary told the city planner to deny his permit. Of course.  Her candidacy is unraveling quickly.
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The DNC defense has been emailed out.  "People have to remember these emails were never intended to be made public."  Watch how many news outlets state the narrative.  

Funny thing is, the wikileaks let the cat out of the bag.  Do you think anyone is falling for these narratives anymore?  Oh wait, uh ...





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Bernie applied for a permit to hold a rally for 40,000 democrat supporters outside the Philly Wells Fargo Center next week. Billary told the city planner to deny his permit. Of course.  Her candidacy is unraveling quickly.


They are tossing protesters from DNC convention that chanting 'DNC Leak'.  Looks really raucous.
http://theamericanmirror.com/video-protester-shouting-dnc-leak-ejected-hillary-rally/


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The DNC defense has been emailed out.  "People have to remember these emails were never intended to be made public."  Watch how many news outlets state the narrative.  

Funny thing is, the wikileaks let the cat out of the bag.  Do you think anyone is falling for these narratives anymore?  Oh wait, uh ...





Dewy must be on the early response team, gets the talking points right out of the gate. That was his response at the outset. Such a good foot soldier

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Max out your contributions to Hillary, get appointed to a federal board.

Hillary puts government up for sale.

http://dailycaller.com/2016/07/24/leaked-dnc-documents-show-plans-to-reward-big-donors-with-federal-appointments/

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DNC referring to Hispanic voters as "taco bowls" might cost the racist pigs a few votes. [rofl]

Yo, where is our resident "taco bowl" to defend the racist DNC?

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One thing has become quite clear these last couple of days. Many Republicans obviously believe unlawful break-ins are worth the risk. If the negative information discovered on your political opponents is significant enough, the violation of law can be ignored.
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Dewy must be on the early response team, gets the talking points right out of the gate. That was his response at the outset. Such a good foot soldier

Yeah, there are email lists you subscribe to that have today's narrative.  CNN has to vet it a bit, so they usually take a couple of hours to roll out the current narrative.  It is common to hear it first from someone like Dewey, then 3 hours later the lame street media fires onto the narrative, then it is just about volume and echo chamber from there.

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One thing has become quite clear these last couple of days. Many Republicans obviously believe unlawful break-ins are worth the risk. If the negative information discovered on your political opponents is significant enough, the violation of law can be ignored.

Please stop embarrassing yourself. It's a combination of sad and disgusting.

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One thing has become quite clear these last couple of days. Many Republicans obviously believe unlawful break-ins are worth the risk. If the negative information discovered on your political opponents is significant enough, the violation of law can be ignored.

More coming!

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Onto DNC head #3. Wasserman Shultz, Donna Brazil , Marcia Fudge.  What is the over/under on Marcia making it to the convention opening?
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