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Agents of Chaos, a two-part documentary from director Alex Gibney (HBO’s The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley and Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief) examines Russia’s interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Featuring interviews with key players and experts, classified information leaked by inside sources, and more, the film disentangles the complex details of Russia’s interference in the 2016 election and highlights the frightening vulnerabilities in America’s political process.

 

The film is a product of years of reporting. With never-before-seen footage inside the Russian troll farms, and videos unearthed from the Russian deep web, the film digs deep into Russia’s sophisticated plans to undermine democracy, raising the alarm for the American public, but also proving that these “agents of chaos” weren’t Russians alone; they were also key players in the United States who, through venality, corruption or circumstance, furthered Putin’s goals, with a vulnerable and unsuspecting American public as their target.

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Clearly President Trump learned from, President Obama, how to take care of Russia reeeal nicely.

 

But of course, since President Obama is a Dem, then satanic Dem voters have no problem with him having a cozy relationship with a Russian President who appreciated Obama was reelected:

 

 

 

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33 minutes ago, king of the county said:

Ohhhhhhh shifty schiff should have called them to testify lol 😝 

 

They refused to testify; almost all the people who could hurt Trump refused.  You have a bad memory. 

But he got exposed.  Thank Vindmann and others.  

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No collusion. No obstruction. The DNC and Hilarity screwed The Burn out of the nomination. Hilarity was hated and Trump beat her. The dems have now put up a senile, corrupt, pedophile. No collusion. No obstruction.

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4 hours ago, Scout said:

Agents of Chaos, a two-part documentary from director Alex Gibney (HBO’s The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley and Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief) examines Russia’s interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Featuring interviews with key players and experts, classified information leaked by inside sources, and more, the film disentangles the complex details of Russia’s interference in the 2016 election and highlights the frightening vulnerabilities in America’s political process.

 

The film is a product of years of reporting. With never-before-seen footage inside the Russian troll farms, and videos unearthed from the Russian deep web, the film digs deep into Russia’s sophisticated plans to undermine democracy, raising the alarm for the American public, but also proving that these “agents of chaos” weren’t Russians alone; they were also key players in the United States who, through venality, corruption or circumstance, furthered Putin’s goals, with a vulnerable and unsuspecting American public as their target.

😆I hear the charges were dropped against the 13 Russian Facebook trolls. 
 

The funny part is other countries learned how to influence elections by the country that’s done if more than any nation in the history of human kind, the U.S.A. 

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1 hour ago, johndnorth said:

No collusion. No obstruction. The DNC and Hilarity screwed The Burn out of the nomination. Hilarity was hated and Trump beat her. The dems have now put up a senile, corrupt, pedophile. No collusion. No obstruction.

Carter Page was a CIA plant to try and justify spying. @Scoutis too stupid to actually think for herself. 

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1 hour ago, johndnorth said:

No collusion. No obstruction. The DNC and Hilarity screwed The Burn out of the nomination. Hilarity was hated and Trump beat her. The dems have now put up a senile, corrupt, pedophile. No collusion. No obstruction.

Well, except HIllary was hated by MILLIONS fewer than Trump and she received the mandate of the people. 

The people quite clearly said they do not and did not ever want him in the White House.  

That is why he lost the election.   The people did NOT want him as President..

 

 

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1 hour ago, Scout said:

Well, except HIllary was hated by MILLIONS fewer than Trump and she received the mandate of the people. 

The people quite clearly said they do not and did not ever want him in the White House.  

That is why he lost the election.   The people did NOT want him as President..

 

 

Funny, Demonrats themselves said that no Russian voted,and no votes were changed, but Russians did pump money into the DNC. GO FIGURE!

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3 hours ago, Scout said:

Well, except HIllary was hated by MILLIONS fewer than Trump and she received the mandate of the people. 

The people quite clearly said they do not and did not ever want him in the White House.  

That is why he lost the election.   The people did NOT want him as President..

 

 

Where is Hillary now? LMAO!

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8 hours ago, Scout said:

Agents of Chaos, a two-part documentary from director Alex Gibney (HBO’s The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley and Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief) examines Russia’s interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Featuring interviews with key players and experts, classified information leaked by inside sources, and more, the film disentangles the complex details of Russia’s interference in the 2016 election and highlights the frightening vulnerabilities in America’s political process.

 

The film is a product of years of reporting. With never-before-seen footage inside the Russian troll farms, and videos unearthed from the Russian deep web, the film digs deep into Russia’s sophisticated plans to undermine democracy, raising the alarm for the American public, but also proving that these “agents of chaos” weren’t Russians alone; they were also key players in the United States who, through venality, corruption or circumstance, furthered Putin’s goals, with a vulnerable and unsuspecting American public as their target.

Your thread title is a LIE. There is no evidence the 13 Russian Facebook trolls influenced anything. 

 

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2018/05/08/senate-report-no-evidence-russians-changed-vote-tallies-2016/592978002/

 

Senate report: No evidence that Russians changed vote tallies in 2016

Erin Kelly
USA TODAY
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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WASHINGTON — There is no evidence that Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election affected the actual vote count, according to the first installment of the Senate Intelligence Committee's Russia report, released Tuesday.

Sen. Mark Warner, (right) the top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, and Sen. Richard Burr, chairman of the committee, speak to members of the media on Capitol Hill on May 23, 2017.
 

"The Committee has not seen any evidence that vote tallies were manipulated or that voter registration information was deleted or modified," the report said, confirming a January 2017 assessment by U.S. intelligence agencies.

However, the committee concluded that hackers affiliated with the Russian Government "conducted an unprecedented, coordinated cyber campaign against state election infrastructure."

"Russian actors scanned databases for vulnerabilities, attempted intrusions, and in a small number of cases successfully penetrated a voter registration database," the panel found. "This activity was part of a larger campaign to prepare to undermine confidence in the voting process."

 

The unclassified summary of election security issues released late Tuesday is the first chapter in the committee's overall Russia report, which will ultimately include chapters on Russia's use of social media to influence the election and on possible collusion between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin. The committee has been investigating Russian election meddling for about 16 months.

"We are working tirelessly to give Americans a complete accounting of what happened in 2016 and to prevent any future interference with our democratic process," said Chairman Richard Burr, R-N.C.

 

Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia, the committee's senior Democrat, said he's "concerned that we as a country are still not fully prepared for the 2018 midterm elections."

"That’s one reason why we, as a Committee, have decided that it is important to get out as much information as possible about the threat, so that governments at every level take it seriously and take the necessary steps to defend ourselves," Warner said.

 

Among the report's findings:

• At least 18 states, and possibly 21, had election systems targeted by Russian-affiliated hackers in some way. Other states saw "suspicious or malicious behavior" that the U.S. Intelligence Community was not able to definitively tie to Russia.

• In a small number of states, the hackers were in a position to change or delete voter registration data, but they did not appear to have the power to manipulate individual votes or vote totals.

 

• The diversity of state election systems is a strength. "Because of the variety of systems and equipment, changing votes on a large scale would require an extensive, complex, and state or country-level campaign." Still, the committee noted that a few districts in each state "can have a significant impact in a national election."

The Department of Homeland Security's initial response to the cybersecurity threat by the Russians was inadequate, the report concludes.

"Although DHS provided warning to IT staff in the fall of 2016, notifications to state elections officials were delayed by nearly a year," the committee said. "Therefore, states understood that there was a cyber threat, but did not appreciate the scope, seriousness, or implications of the particular threat they were facing."

The department is doing a much better job of working with states now, the report says.

"Although early interactions between state election officials and DHS were strained, states now largely give DHS credit for making tremendous progress over the last six months," the committee concludes.

However, the nation's aging voting system remain vulnerable to attack, the report says.

"Voting systems across the United States are outdated, and many do not have a paper record of votes as a backup counting system that can be reliably audited, should there be allegations of machine manipulation," the committee concluded. "In addition, the number of vendors selling machines is shrinking, raising concerns about supply chain vulnerability."

The committee also updated election security recommendations that it first released in March. Among them:

 

• The federal government should make it clear to adversaries that an attack on U.S. election systems is a hostile act "and we will respond accordingly."

• Intelligence agencies should work to declassify information about cyberattacks more quickly so they can warn state and local officials. The agencies also need to speed up the process for those officials to get security clearances so they can be told what's happening.

• States should rapidly replace old voting systems. At a minimum, any new machine should have a voter-verified paper trail and no WiFi capability that can be hacked.

 

More:House Intelligence Committee releases redacted Russia report

More:Here's how Trump's new national security adviser John Bolton feels about Russia

More:Putin says Jews, Ukrainians, Tatars could be behind U.S. election meddling

 

 
 

 

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8 hours ago, Scout said:

Agents of Chaos, a two-part documentary from director Alex Gibney (HBO’s The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley and Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief) examines Russia’s interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Featuring interviews with key players and experts, classified information leaked by inside sources, and more, the film disentangles the complex details of Russia’s interference in the 2016 election and highlights the frightening vulnerabilities in America’s political process.

 

The film is a product of years of reporting. With never-before-seen footage inside the Russian troll farms, and videos unearthed from the Russian deep web, the film digs deep into Russia’s sophisticated plans to undermine democracy, raising the alarm for the American public, but also proving that these “agents of chaos” weren’t Russians alone; they were also key players in the United States who, through venality, corruption or circumstance, furthered Putin’s goals, with a vulnerable and unsuspecting American public as their target.

lol you mean when Obama was president lol 

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16 hours ago, Scout said:

Agents of Chaos, a two-part documentary from director Alex Gibney (HBO’s The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley and Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief) examines Russia’s interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Featuring interviews with key players and experts, classified information leaked by inside sources, and more, the film disentangles the complex details of Russia’s interference in the 2016 election and highlights the frightening vulnerabilities in America’s political process.

 

The film is a product of years of reporting. With never-before-seen footage inside the Russian troll farms, and videos unearthed from the Russian deep web, the film digs deep into Russia’s sophisticated plans to undermine democracy, raising the alarm for the American public, but also proving that these “agents of chaos” weren’t Russians alone; they were also key players in the United States who, through venality, corruption or circumstance, furthered Putin’s goals, with a vulnerable and unsuspecting American public as their target.

GM Scout.

 

I just spit out some of my coffee busting a gut again. You're the best; you brightened my day.

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6 minutes ago, rick55 said:

GM Scout.

 

I just spit out some of my coffee busting a gut again. You're the best; you brightened my day.

Top O' the Marnin' to ye too

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10 hours ago, 123urout said:

Funny, Demonrats themselves said that no Russian voted,and no votes were changed, but Russians did pump money into the DNC. GO FIGURE!

 

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Hillary Clinton and the DNC colluded with Russian agents to obtain dirt on Trump. This unverified information was later used by corrupt Gov. officials to obtain phony FISA warrants. Obama knew and approved. Trump: No collusion. No obstruction. 

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17 hours ago, Scout said:

Agents of Chaos, a two-part documentary from director Alex Gibney (HBO’s The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley and Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief) examines Russia’s interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Featuring interviews with key players and experts, classified information leaked by inside sources, and more, the film disentangles the complex details of Russia’s interference in the 2016 election and highlights the frightening vulnerabilities in America’s political process.

 

The film is a product of years of reporting. With never-before-seen footage inside the Russian troll farms, and videos unearthed from the Russian deep web, the film digs deep into Russia’s sophisticated plans to undermine democracy, raising the alarm for the American public, but also proving that these “agents of chaos” weren’t Russians alone; they were also key players in the United States who, through venality, corruption or circumstance, furthered Putin’s goals, with a vulnerable and unsuspecting American public as their target.


That sounds fairly intriguing. I wonder if it will touch in Russia’s involvement in the dossier. 

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13 hours ago, Scout said:

Agents of Chaos, a two-part documentary from director Alex Gibney (HBO’s The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley and Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief) examines Russia’s interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Featuring interviews with key players and experts, classified information leaked by inside sources, and more, the film disentangles the complex details of Russia’s interference in the 2016 election and highlights the frightening vulnerabilities in America’s political process.

 

The film is a product of years of reporting. With never-before-seen footage inside the Russian troll farms, and videos unearthed from the Russian deep web, the film digs deep into Russia’s sophisticated plans to undermine democracy, raising the alarm for the American public, but also proving that these “agents of chaos” weren’t Russians alone; they were also key players in the United States who, through venality, corruption or circumstance, furthered Putin’s goals, with a vulnerable and unsuspecting American public as their target.

The film is a product of years of brainwashing the American public by the leftist partisan MSM and deepstater's who  are trying desperately to keep their totally contrived false narrative afloat with more pixie dust.

And we all know YOU are addicted to pixie dust as does the producers of this film.

You sucker!

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9 minutes ago, neue regel said:


That sounds fairly intriguing. I wonder if it will touch in Russia’s involvement in the dossier. 

I don't know.....I don't subscribe to HBO so ..... 

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