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Julian Assange says he was promised a Trump pardon if he would lie about Russia’s DNC hacking

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5 minutes ago, CrimeaRiver said:

Gutted McFainty the SeizureWhore?

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Yes but why would he bribe him with a get out of jail free card in exchange for saying something he has said for years?🤪

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Just now, harryramar said:

Yes but why would he bribe him with a get out of jail free card in exchange for saying something he has said for years?🤪

Reverend, teach us some bible stuff.

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5 minutes ago, harryramar said:

Yes but why would he bribe him with a get out of jail free card in exchange for saying something he has said for years?🤪

Politics are craycray man....please catch up. 

 

Its all about winning now.  At any cost.  BLOODBATH 2020

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1 hour ago, 123urout said:

Reverend, teach us some bible stuff.

and the lord saith : go and fuck thyself, thou heathen. 

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2 hours ago, harryramar said:

Yes but why would he bribe him with a get out of jail free card in exchange for saying something he has said for years?🤪

Why are you calling it a bribe?  Why are you saying it is in exchange for "saying something" instead of the "evidence" that is reported in the Wall Street Journal article?

 

You might as well be asking, "are you still beating your wife?".

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Just now, rightturnsonly said:

Why are you calling it a bribe?  Why are you saying it is in exchange for "saying something" instead of the "evidence" that is reported in the Wall Street Journal article?

 

You might as well be asking, "are you still beating your wife?".

Exactly. This is a strawman. Assange was offered a potential pardon if he provided evidence to back up his long term claims he has repeatedly made. EVIDENCE. I see nothing even questionable about such an offer. Particularly one made without the president's authorization or buy in.

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31 minutes ago, rightturnsonly said:

Why are you calling it a bribe?  Why are you saying it is in exchange for "saying something" instead of the "evidence" that is reported in the Wall Street Journal article?

 

You might as well be asking, "are you still beating your wife?".

 

quid pro quo is a bribe 

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1 minute ago, NeoConvict said:

Exactly. This is a strawman. Assange was offered a potential pardon if he provided evidence to back up his long term claims he has repeatedly made. EVIDENCE. I see nothing even questionable about such an offer. Particularly one made without the president's authorization or buy in.

It's as Mark Levin would call it, a pseudo-event.  It's being used by the leftist media to perpetuate a falsehood that Assange was asked to compose a lie in exchange for a pardon. 

 

Considering that the DNC intentionally refused to have their servers inspected by the FBI, to keep the FBI from finding all their illegal activity IMHO, all the FBI has is the word of whomever inspected the servers that the Russians hacked them.  Why should it be believed?

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7 minutes ago, harryramar said:

 

quid pro quo is a bribe 

"Tell the truth and we'll give you a lesser sentence" happens in law enforcement all the time.  Guess we should get rid of it because it's bribery.

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8 hours ago, Duck615 said:

BENSON = LIBERAL ASSWIPE

 

duckie duckie duckie here you go again using asswipe don't you

have anything else to say but asswipe..oh that's right you're a 

no shoes..no teeth...no brains...ridgerunner... red neck so

you just can't come up with anything huh. poor fuk

 

kill any ducks in your basement lately....

 

good thing your wife can support you because you

aren't good at anything especially making a living huh

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29 minutes ago, harryramar said:

 

quid pro quo is a bribe 

Then being president means daily bribery. TIt for tat is how the world runs.

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Poor @jimjc the pussyboy coward who thinks he can hide behind a computer.... little does he know...

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29 minutes ago, rightturnsonly said:

It's as Mark Levin would call it, a pseudo-event.  It's being used by the leftist media to perpetuate a falsehood that Assange was asked to compose a lie in exchange for a pardon. 

 

Considering that the DNC intentionally refused to have their servers inspected by the FBI, to keep the FBI from finding all their illegal activity IMHO, all the FBI has is the word of whomever inspected the servers that the Russians hacked them.  Why should it be believed?

I think they are likely both true and the left is hung up on a false dichotomy. Russia hacked their servers AND a disgruntled Sanders supporter gave their emails to Wikileaks. Russian hacking doesn't preclude an insider going to Wikileaks. Russian trolling doesn't prohibit the Ukraine government from going against Trump before his election. They are caught up in demonstrably false reasoning. 

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11 minutes ago, kfools said:

Then being president means daily bribery. TIt for tat is how the world runs.

why would dana r fly to England to offer a bribe to Assange to say what he has been saying all a long???

ya think you may be being played????

it makes no sense and yo are waaaaay smarter than pr and Elton, so ask yourself why.

dry clean the emotion and politics and ask wtf.

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9 hours ago, benson13 said:

Assange made the remarks while appearing at a pretrial hearing via teleconference.

 

wingdinger is a hack who quotes Fox News.

 

From wingdingers link:

 

In an interview that aired Tuesday on Fox News' "Hannity," Assange was asked if WikiLeaks' source of the hacked material was "Russia or anyone associated with Russia." "Our source is not a state party. So the answer -- for our interactions -- is no," Assange told anchor Sean Hannity from his quarters at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, where he has lived under diplomatic protection since 2012.

 

From wingdingers link:

 

(Notice from a unnamed source) At Westminster Magistrates' Court, Assange's barrister, Edward Fitzgerald, said that former Republican U.S. Representative Dana Rohrabacher had been sent by the president to visit Assange in 2017 to offer him a pardon.

 

From wingdingers link:

 

At Wednesday's hearing, Assange spoke only to confirm his name and date of birth. He appeared relaxed and spent much of the hearing reading notes in his lap. He wore two pairs of glasses: one on top of his head and another he took on and off and twiddled in his hands.

 

From wingdingers link:

 

Assange also told Hannity he would have "absolutely" released information about Trump and his campaign if he had received it.

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Republicans ‘went nuts’ on intelligence officials who told them Russia is ready to support Trump’s re-election:

On Thursday, an explosive new report showed that not only was Russia planning once again to sabotage the U.S. presidential election, but that President Donald Trump was furious when intelligence officials informed House Democratic investigators of this threat — shortly before he announced he would be replacing the acting Director of National Intelligence with a hardcore partisan loyalist.

 

Trump wasn’t the only one who was outraged. House Republicans who received the briefing also objected to the intelligence.

 

“The meeting, which took place on February 13, was conducted for the House Intelligence Committee by an aide to outgoing acting director of national intelligence, Joseph Maquire [sic],” wrote Spencer Ackerman, Betsy Swan, Erin Blanco, and Sam Stein. “According to a legislator who was present, the aide, Shelby Pierson, Maguire’s election security chief, described a Russian elections-intrusion effort that never stopped from 2016.”

 

The report continued: “‘The Republicans [on the committee] went nuts,’ over Pierson’s presentation, the member told The Daily Beast. A second source familiar with the briefing said that Republicans didn’t understand why the Kremlin would try to boost Trump, since he had been so tough on Russia, in their view. Reps. Brad Wenstrup (R-OH) and Chris Stewart (R-UT) — who according to The Times, has been a Trump favorite to replace Maguire — were particularly vocal in their skepticism, the member said.”

 

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