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Harry Reid makes most serious accusation of the campaign: Comey covering up Trump-Russia connection

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By Mark Sumner

2016/10/31

On Sunday, Harry Reid wrote a scathing letter to FBI Director James Comey, warning Comey that he may have broken the law.

"I am writing to inform you that my office has determined that these actions may violate the Hatch Act, which bars FBI officials from using their official authority to influence an election. Through your partisan actions, you may have broken the law."

Which is a remarkable enough. But its far from the biggest charge in Reids letter.

"In my communications with you and other top officials in the national security community, it has become clear that you possess explosive information about close ties and coordination between Donald Trump, his top advisors, and the Russian government -- a foreign interest openly hostile to the United States, which Trump praises at every opportunity. The public has a right to know this information. I wrote to you months ago calling for this information to be released to the public. There is no danger to American interests from releasing it. And yet, you continue to resist calls to inform the public of this critical information."

Harry Reid is saying that the FBI not only knows of collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government, but that the FBI is deliberately shielding this information, while misdirecting public attention toward the email 'scandal' without any valid information.

If Reid is right, then James Comey is guilty of something that goes far beyond just using his office to provide a competitive advantage to a candidate. Comey is using the full weight of the FBI to swing the election to a man he knows is in service to a foreign power.

Reids accusations are extraordinary, and his statement that he approached Comey about this matter months ago certainly indicates that it's far more than mere rumors.

To be clear, Democrats including Reid have argued for months and months that the Russian government wants Trump elected president, citing hacks into Democrats that intelligence officials say probably originated in Russia. Trump himself has stoked the fire by saying nice things about Russian President Vladimir Putin, and his former campaign manager's ties to Russian interests are well chewed-over.

But there is no public evidence to support Reid's claim of actual "coordination" between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. And were that to be the case, it would be a scandal of epic proportions.

No public evidence. But Reid has been privy to classified briefings, and it's the content of those briefings that seems to be at the heart of the push he's making.

If Harry Reid has been told in briefings about evidence the Trump campaign is coordinating with the Russian government, information that has not been made public, then not only is Director Comey sitting on this information, but so are Republican Senators and Congressmen with access to the same briefings.

The highest officials of the Republican Party -- including Comey -- are hiding a connection that directly affects the integrity of the election and the security of the nation. Thats not electioneering. Thats a thousand times worse.

That's not throwing this race for Donald Trump. It's doing it for Vladimir Putin.

And if theres any doubt that Reid no longer has the slightest shred of respect for Comey

Reid closed his letter with a reminder that he had once "been a supporter" of Comey's, even back when Republicans filibustered his nomination as FBI chief.

"I led the fight to get you confirmed because I believed you to be a principled public servant," Reid concluded. "With the deepest regret, I now see that I was wrong."

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This sounds pretty public to me, and making a connection to Russia. Need a hammer to hit yourself in the head with?

 

“Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing,” Mr. Trump said during a news conference here in an apparent reference to Mrs. Clinton’s deleted emails. “I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press.”

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More evidence that will cost Comey his job.....

 

Comey's treasonous and shamelessly corrupt behavior is becoming more and more obvious.FBI Director James Comey argued privately that it was too close to Election Day for the United States government to name Russia as meddling in the U.S. election and ultimately ensured that the FBI's name was not on the document that the U.S. government put out, a former bureau official tells CNBC.

The official said some government insiders are perplexed as to why Comey would have election timing concerns with the Russian disclosure but not with the Huma Abedin email discovery disclosure he made Friday.

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According to the former official, Comey agreed with the conclusion the intelligence community came to: "A foreign power was trying to undermine the election. He believed it to be true, but was against putting it out before the election."

http://www.cnbc.com/2016/10/31/fbis-comey-opposed-naming-russians-citing-election-timing-source.html

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Troubling New Reports Tie Trump to Russia, But FBI Claims to See Nothing

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by Andy Towle

November 1, 2016

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A number of explosive stories have emerged this week that suggest Donald Trumps ties to Russia may be much deeper than the public knows, but the FBI claims that while Russia appears to have been trying to meddle in the elections by hacking Democratic emails, it sees no connection between Russia and Trump.

 

Mother Jones published an explosive story late Monday alleging that a former Western intelligence officer confirmed by a senior US government official to be a credible source has given the FBI information regarding a "troubling" years-long "established exchange of information between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin of mutual benefit."

 

Via Mother Jones:

 

Mother Jones has reviewed that report and other memos this former spy wrote. The first memo, based on the former intelligence officers conversations with Russian sources, noted, "Russian regime has been cultivating, supporting and assisting TRUMP for at least 5 years. Aim, endorsed by PUTIN, has been to encourage splits and divisions in western alliance." It maintained that Trump "and his inner circle have accepted a regular flow of intelligence from the Kremlin, including on his Democratic and other political rivals." It claimed that Russian intelligence had "compromised" Trump during his visits to Moscow and could "blackmail him." It also reported that Russian intelligence had compiled a dossier on Hillary Clinton based on "bugged conversations she had on various visits to Russia and intercepted phone calls."

 

The former intelligence officer says the response from the FBI was "shock and horror." The FBI, after receiving the first memo, did not immediately request additional material, according to the former intelligence officer and his American associates. Yet in August, they say, the FBI asked him for all information in his possession and for him to explain how the material had been gathered and to identify his sources. The former spy forwarded to the bureau several memos - some of which referred to members of Trump's inner circle. After that point, he continued to share information with the FBI. "It's quite clear there was or is a pretty substantial inquiry going on," he says.

 

"This is something of huge significance, way above party politics," the former intelligence officer comments. "I think [Trumps] own party should be aware of this stuff as well."

 

The Mother Jones report jibes with statements Democratic Senate leader Harry Reid suggested in his letter to FBI director James Comey, that the agency had "explosive" information about Trumps ties to Russia and it should be released.

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Said Reid in the letter: "It has become clear that you possess explosive information about close ties and coordination between Donald Trump, his top advisers, and the Russian government -- a foreign interest openly hostile to the United States, which Trump praises at every opportunity. The public has a right to know this information."

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Last night we reported on Slates storythat Donald Trump possessed a private server discovered by DNS specialists to besending unusual communications with a Russian entity called Alfa Bank.

 

The researchers quickly dismissed their initial fear that the logs represented a malware attack. The communication wasnt the work of bots. The irregular pattern of server lookups actually resembled the pattern of human conversation -- conversations that began during office hours in New York and continued during office hours in Moscow. It dawned on the researchers that this wasn't an attack, but a sustained relationship between a server registered to the Trump Organization and two servers registered to an entity called Alfa Bank.

 

The researchers had initially stumbled in their diagnosis because of the odd configuration of Trumps server. "I've never seen a server set up like that," says Christopher Davis, who runs the cybersecurity firm HYAS InfoSec Inc. and won a FBI Director Award for Excellence for his work tracking down the authors of one of the worlds nastiest botnet attacks.

 

While many questions remain about the messages transmitted between the two servers, and whether they were email or something else, the researchers could make out patterns:

 

Tea Leaves and his colleagues plotted the data from the logs on a timeline. What it illustrated was suggestive: The conversation between the Trump and Alfa servers appeared to follow the contours of political happenings in the United States. "At election-related moments, the traffic peaked," according to Camp. There were considerably more DNS lookups, for instance, during the two conventions.

 

And once journalists started looking into it, the activity abruptly quit:

 

The Times hadn't yet been in touch with the Trump campaign -- spoke with the campaign a week later -- but shortly after it reached out to Alfa, the Trump domain name in question seemed to suddenly stop working. When the scientists looked up the host, the DNS server returned a fail message, evidence that it no longer functioned. Or as it is technically diagnosed, it had

 

"SERVFAILed." (On the timeline above, this is the moment at the end of the chronology when the traffic abruptly spikes, as servers frantically attempt to resend rejected messages.) The computer scientists believe there was one logical conclusion to be drawn: The Trump Organization shut down the server after Alfa was told that the Times might expose the connection.

 

Slate concludes that "What the scientists amassed wasnt a smoking gun. Its a suggestive body of evidence that doesnt absolutely preclude alternative explanations" but it deserves attention in the context of all the other suspicious Russia -- Trump ties that are turning up.

 

Additionally, the FBI has been conducting preliminary inquiry into Donald Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort's ties to Russia:

 

NBC News reports:

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The FBI did not comment. Manafort told NBC News "none of it is true Theres no investigation going on by the FBI that Im aware of." He said he had never had ties to Russian president Vladimir Putin, or had dealings with Putin and his government. He said any suggestion of such ties was "Democratic propaganda."

 

"This is all political propaganda, meant to deflect," he said.

 

NBC News reported in August that Manafort was a key player in multi-million-dollar business propositions with Russian and Ukrainian oligarchs -- one of them a close Putin ally with alleged ties to organized crime -- which foreign policy experts said raised questions about the pro-Russian bent of the Trump candidacy.

 

A few days later, amid other reporting on Manaforts Ukraine ties, Manafort was ousted from the campaign

 

Manafort was paid millions of dollars -- $12.7 million in cash, according to The New York Times -- representing a pro-Russian politician in the Ukraine.

 

RELATED: Trump Campaign Chair Paul Manafort Resigns

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The New York Times reports, in an an article published last night, that the FBI claims it has not found "any conclusive or direct link between Mr. Trump and the Russian government:"

 

F.B.I. officials declined to comment on Monday. Intelligence officials have said in interviews over the last six weeks that apparent connections between some of Mr. Trump's aides and Moscow originally compelled them to open a broad investigation into possible links between the Russian government and the Republican presidential candidate. Still, they have said that Mr. Trump himself has not become a target. And no evidence has emerged that would link him or anyone else in his business or political circle directly to Russias election operations.

 

NBC News adds:

 

"The relationships that Trumps advisors have had with pro-Russian forces are deeply disturbing" David Kramer, a former senior State Department official in the George W. Bush administration and a former adviser to Marco Rubios presidential campaign, told NBC News in August. "Trump's attitude on Russia is not in line with most Republican foreign-policy thinking. Trump has staked out views that are really on the fringe."

 

An FBI inquiry is a preliminary examination that falls short of a criminal investigation. But in this highly charged atmosphere, it has some arguing that Comey is applying a double standard.

 

Can FBI Director James Comey be trusted for offering truthful information after meddling in a US election just 10 days out?

 

Do you believe that Trump and Russia are in cahoots?

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Here's the real bombshell....

Trump is actually a KBG agent sent here years ago and switched with a real American kid at birth.

 

Besides that...the Russians have massed troops on the Canadian border all disguised as tourist.

 

They are just waiting for the flare to go up before they roll south !

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BWAHAHHAHHAAAAHHAHAAAHAHHAHAHAAA

Debunked already by the NY Times. THE FUCKING NY TIMES.

 

I knew one of these morons would come in here touting this lie!

 

LOLOLOLOL.....so I post an article that draws information from a variety of sources and is titled Troubling New Reports Tie Trump to Russia, But FBI Claims to See Nothing....so the troll Goofball replies with an article that mostly cites various things anonymous FBI sources have said....

 

Like this one...

 

"F.B.I. officials spent weeks examining computer data showing an odd stream of activity to a Trump Organization server and Alfa Bank. Computer logs obtained by The New York Times show that two servers at Alfa Bank sent more than 2,700 "look-up" messages -- a first step for one systems computers to talk to another -- to a Trump-connected server beginning in the spring. But the F.B.I. ultimately concluded that there could be an innocuous explanation, like a marketing email or spam, for the computer contacts."

 

Whereas in the OP article, they reported....

 

"Last night we reported on Slates story that Donald Trump possessed a private server discovered by DNS specialists to be sending unusual communications with a Russian entity called Alfa Bank.

 

The researchers quickly dismissed their initial fear that the logs represented a malware attack. The communication wasnt the work of bots. The irregular pattern of server lookups actually resembled the pattern of human conversation -- conversations that began during office hours in New York and continued during office hours in Moscow. It dawned on the researchers that this wasn't an attack, but a sustained relationship between a server registered to the Trump Organization and two servers registered to an entity called Alfa Bank.

 

The researchers had initially stumbled in their diagnosis because of the odd configuration of Trumps server. "I've never seen a server set up like that," says Christopher Davis, who runs the cybersecurity firm HYAS InfoSec Inc. and won a FBI Director Award for Excellence for his work tracking down the authors of one of the worlds nastiest botnet attacks.

 

While many questions remain about the messages transmitted between the two servers, and whether they were email or something else, the researchers could make out patterns:

 

Tea Leaves and his colleagues plotted the data from the logs on a timeline. What it illustrated was suggestive: The conversation between the Trump and Alfa servers appeared to follow the contours of political happenings in the United States. "At election-related moments, the traffic peaked," according to Camp. There were considerably more DNS lookups, for instance, during the two conventions.

 

And once journalists started looking into it, the activity abruptly quit:

 

The Times hadn't yet been in touch with the Trump campaign -- spoke with the campaign a week later -- but shortly after it reached out to Alfa, the Trump domain name in question seemed to suddenly stop working. When the scientists looked up the host, the DNS server returned a fail message, evidence that it no longer functioned. Or as it is technically diagnosed, it had

 

"SERVFAILed." (On the timeline above, this is the moment at the end of the chronology when the traffic abruptly spikes, as servers frantically attempt to resend rejected messages.) The computer scientists believe there was one logical conclusion to be drawn: The Trump Organization shut down the server after Alfa was told that the Times might expose the connection."

 

Does that sound like "marketing email or spam" to anybody sane?

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DEBUNKED BY THE FUCKING NY TIMES

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F.B.I. officials spent weeks examining computer data showing an odd stream of activity to a Trump Organization server and Alfa Bank. Computer logs obtained by The New York Times show that two servers at Alfa Bank sent more than 2,700 “look-up” messages — a first step for one system’s computers to talk to another — to a Trump-connected server beginning in the spring. But the F.B.I. ultimately concluded that there could be an innocuous explanation, like a marketing email or spam, for the computer contacts

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And you are suddenly a big fan of the New York Times, eh GrovelingBastard?.....and you regard everything published in that paper as gospel?

 

LOLOLOLOL.....Your hypocrisy is so obvious!

Look at you, attacking me because you were stupid and uninformed.

This is what happens to liberals that read Media Matters or Daily Koz. They show up here, regurgitate their lies, and have them shove up their asses.

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And still more....

 

Well you Russian subversives, we found the smoking gun from trump to Russia that you have denied.

 

A scientist -- who asked to be referred to as Tea Leaves, a pseudonym that would protect his relationship with the networks and banks that employ him to sift their data -- found what looked like signals emanating from Russia. The destination domain had Trump in its name, which of course attracted Tea Leaves attention. But his discovery of the data was pure happenstance -- a surprising needle in a large haystack of DNS lookups on his screen. I have an outlier here that connects to Russia in a strange way, he wrote in his notes. He couldnt quite figure it out at first. But what he saw was a bank in Moscow that kept irregularly pinging a server registered to the Trump Organization on Fifth Avenue.

 

More data was needed, so he began carefully keeping logs of the Trump servers DNS activity. As he collected the logs, he would circulate them in periodic batches to colleagues in the cybersecurity world. Six of them began scrutinizing them for clues. I communicated extensively with Tea Leaves and two of his closest collaborators, who also spoke with me on the condition of anonymity, since they work for firms trusted by corporations and law enforcement to analyze sensitive data.

 

The irregular pattern of server lookups actually resembled the pattern of human conversationconversations that began during office hours in New York and continued during office hours in Moscow. It dawned on the researchers that this wasnt an attack, but a sustained relationship between a server registered to the Trump Organization and two servers registered to an entity called Alfa Bank.

 

The capacious server handled a strangely small load of traffic, such a small load that it would be hard for a company to justify the expense and trouble it would take to maintain it. Eighty-seven percent of the DNS lookups involved the two Alfa Bank servers. Its pretty clear that its not an open mail server, Camp told me. These organizations are communicating in a way designed to block other people out.

 

The group of computer scientists passed the logs to Paul Vixie. In the world of DNS experts, theres no higher authority. After studying the logs, he concluded, The parties were communicating in a secretive fashion. The operative word is secretive. This is more akin to what criminal syndicates do if they are putting together a project. Put differently, the logs suggested that Trump and Alfa had configured something like a digital hotline connecting the two entities, shutting out the rest of the world, and designed to obscure its own existence.

 

Trump had ordered the Republican Party to rewrite its platform position on Ukraine, maneuvering the GOP toward a policy preferred by Russia, though Trump denied having a hand in the change. Then Trump announced in an interview with the New York Times his unwillingness to spring to the defense of NATO allies in the face of a Russian invasion. Trump even invited Russian hackers to go hunting for Clintons emails, so there is clearly a Russian connection to Trump.

 

In the face of accusations that he is somehow backed by Putin or in business with Russian investors, Trump has issued categorical statements. I mean I have nothing to do with Russia, he told one reporter, a flat denial that he repeated over and over. The sweeping nature of Trumps claim, however, prodded by the scientists were increasingly confident that they were observing data that contradicted Trumps claims.

 

University of Californias Nicholas Weaver, another computer scientist said, they [communications] are legitimate, and they do indicate effectively human-level communication. Alfa Bank emerged in the messy post-Soviet scramble to create a private Russian economy. Its founder was a Ukrainian called Mikhail Fridman. Once again, the Trump connection to the Ukraine is more than a coincidence.

The conversation between the Trump and Alfa servers appeared to follow the contours of political happenings in the United States. At election-related moments, the traffic peaked, according to Camp. There were considerably more DNS lookups, for instance, during the two conventions.

 

After Alfa Bank was contacted for the Trump connection, Alpha abruptly disconnected from the Trump server in New York, as did Trump's connection to Alpha in Russia. Four days later, on Sept. 27, the Trump created a new host name, trump1.contact-client.com, which enabled communication to the very same server via a different route. When a new host name is created, the first communication with it is never random. The first attempt to look up the revised host name came from Alfa Bank. If this was a public server, we would have seen other traces, Vixie says. The only look-ups came from this particular source.

 

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Yes, you've said that many times now.

 

You are wrong! As usual.

So...you think that the FBI head under a democrat president is covering up information linking Donald Trump a presidential candidate to Russia?

 

Golfboy's link says the FBI investigated this conspiracy and came up empty. You better go get a tin foil hat.

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So...you think that the FBI head under a democrat president is covering up information linking Donald Trump a presidential candidate to Russia?

Comey is a Republican!

 

If he is releasing that bullshit right before the election about some emails found on someone else's computer that Hillary didn't send supposedly being "pertinent" to the previous investigation that determined that she did nothing illegal, even though he had not even seen the emails yet, but is also refusing to release info on the FBI's investigations into Trump's Russian involvements because of supposed concerns about influencing the election, than he has definitely fucked up big time.....as even many FBI and former FBI agents are now saying, in addition to many other people including Republicans.

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Comey is a Republican!

 

If he is releasing that bullshit right before the election about some emails found on someone else's computer that Hillary didn't send supposedly being "pertinent" to the previous investigation that determined that she did nothing illegal, even though he had not even seen the emails yet, but is also refusing to release info on the FBI's investigations into Trump's Russian involvements because of supposed concerns about influencing the election, than he has definitely fucked up big time.....as even many FBI and former FBI agents are now saying, in addition to many other people including Republicans.

Republican?

 

Didn't Reid just get done saying his integrity is without question in both parties?

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More relevant formation on this topic....with an interesting point at the end regarding the FBI's statements about its Trump-Russia investigation.

 

3 potentially explosive revelations about Trump's connections to Russia

Connecting the dots.

ThinkProgress

Judd Legum - Editor-In-Chief, ThinkProgress

 

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Miss Universe 2013 Gabriela Isler, from Venezuela, left, and pageant owner Donald Trump, of the United States, pose for a photo after the 2013 Miss Universe pageant in Moscow, Russia, on Saturday, Nov. 9, 2013.

 

Donald Trump has raised eyebrows throughout the campaign for his repeated praise of Russia and its autocratic leader, Vladimir Putin.

 

At an NBC News forum in September, Trump touted Putins 82 percent approval rating and said he was "a leader, far more than our president has been a leader."

 

"If he says great things about me, Im going to say great things about him," Trump said.

 

Trump, in that interview and elsewhere, has cast doubt on Russia's culpability for hacking email at the DNC and the Clinton campaign, despite the conclusions of U.S. intelligence agencies. He has also equivocated on the U.S. commitment to NATO, saying he might not defend a NATO ally attacked by Russia.

 

Trump, nevertheless, insists that he has "nothing to do" with Russia. But three separate reports that were released on Monday suggest Trumps connections to Russia are deep and troubling.

 

Trump set up a special server to communicate with a powerful Russian entity, some computer scientists believe.

A deeply reported piece by Franklin Foer in Slate found that the Trump Organization set up a very unusual server that appeared to communicate nearly exclusively with a Russian financial institution, Alfa Bank.

"The parties were communicating in a secretive fashion. The operative word is 'secretive'. This is more akin to what criminal syndicates do if they are putting together a project," Paul Vixie, a top expert who reviewed the logs, concluded.

After the New York Times (which is also investigating) contacted Alfa Bank about the story, the Trump server was abruptly shut down. The Trump Organization then quietly set up a new server name. The first entity to look up the new name? Alpha Bank.

 

The Trump campaign denied any connection to Alpha Bank but did not offer an explanation of why the original server name was shut down and the new one was created. The FBI, which the New York Times reports has also investigated the communications between the Trump Organization and Alpha Bank, thinks there could be an innocuous explanation, a view shared by some online observers.

 

A former spy says he found evidence of an established exchange of information between Trump and the Kremlin.

An explosive story in Mother Jones by David Corn reports that a former Western intelligence officer was hired by a Republican to investigate Trumps connections to Russia. The officer allegedly found evidence that there was an established exchange of information between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin of mutual benefit.

 

"Russian regime has been cultivating, supporting and assisting TRUMP for at least 5 years. The aim, endorsed by PUTIN, has been to encourage splits and divisions in western alliance," according to a memo prepared by the former officer and reviewed by Mother Jones.

 

The source also claims the FBI became interested in his findings and requested more information in August.

 

The FBI is investigating connections between Trump campaign staff and Russian oligarchs.

NBC News reports that the FBI has launched a preliminary investigation into the "Donald Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort" and his connection to Russian and Ukrainian oligarchs.

 

Manafort stepped down from his post in the Trump campaign in August after questions were raised about large payments he allegedly received from pro-Russian entities.

 

According to Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, the FBI has "explosive information about close ties and coordination between Donald Trump, his top advisors, and the Russian government."

 

Taken together, the three stories paint a troubling picture of a candidate and a campaign with potentially significant ties to a country that has emerged as one of the United State's chief antagonists.

 

A story published later on Monday in the New York Times, takes an opposing view, highlighting that the FBI has not yet found proof of a direction connection between Russia and the Trump campaign. Anonymous FBI officials also told the New York Times they concluded that Russia is merely interested in disrupting the election, not helping Trump. It is an odd conclusion since ALL of Russia's activities have been directed at the Clinton campaign or the Democratic Party.

Reid and other Democrats are calling on the FBI to release more information prior to the election.

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Comey is a corrupt, traitorous douchebag who flagrantly tried to affect a Presidential election by abusing his office.

 

There needs to be an immediate investigation, and all of Comey's emails subpoenaed, as well as his co-conspirator Chaffetz.

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Comey is a corrupt, traitorous douchebag who flagrantly tried to affect a Presidential election by abusing his office.

 

There needs to be an immediate investigation, and all of Comey's emails subpoenaed, as well as his co-conspirator Chaffetz.

Not according to obama.

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Comey is a corrupt, traitorous douchebag who flagrantly tried to affect a Presidential election by abusing his office.

 

There needs to be an immediate investigation, and all of Comey's emails subpoenaed, as well as his co-conspirator Chaffetz.

So you think that Comey violated the Hatch Act by sending a letter to Congress, but it's fine for Obama to fly around on Air Force One, campaigning for Hillary.

Strange the things you believe, isn't it?

Oh yea, I almost forgot the OP.

 

Debunked by the NY Times

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So you think that Comey violated the Hatch Act by sending a letter to Congress, but it's fine for Obama to fly around on Air Force One, campaigning for Hillary.

Strange the things you believe, isn't it?

You poor ignorant retard....

 

In the real world....

 

The Hatch Act (1939), by its terms, it applies to almost anyone on the U.S. government payroll. Only the President, Vice President, and appointees requiring Senate confirmation (such as Cabinet Secretaries) are exempt.

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Poor, lying, screaming, breathtakingly stupid and idiotic Boy.

 

Homeschooled imbecile Boy just can't understand why making up stupid shit and screaming like a mental patient isn't changing reality to his liking.

 

ROTFL.

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