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Reply #630 posted 04/22/20 8:36am

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'Make America Less Again'.... Where are those Hats at: MALA? lol

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Reply #631 posted 04/22/20 9:54am

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homesquid said:


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'Make America Less Again'.... Where are those Hats at: MALA? lol

MALA hats, brilliant idea! lol

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Reply #632 posted 04/28/20 10:58pm

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Anyone who does not believe Trump did quid pro quo with the Ukraine, get over yourselves. In the press conference tonight, Trump stated that he would like Blue states to give him "sanctuary city adjustments" if he gives them federal financial relief. Trump's entire business is built on quid pro quo. It's the only way he knows how to do business. "If I do this or give you this than you have to do this or give me this in exchange." Only now, his quid pro quo is playing with American citizens lives as the cost.

Trump: "It was hard to get it aroused and it is hard to get it aroused but we got it aroused."
[narrator voice] He's talking about the "American way."
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Reply #633 posted 04/28/20 11:10pm

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And then there was the bombshell released with search warrants into Roger Stone.


https://www.politico.com/...nge-219908


Nearly three-dozen search warrants unsealed late Tuesday reveal a web of contacts between longtime Donald Trump confidant Roger Stone, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and other key figures in the long-running probe of Russian interference in the 2016 election...

Stone also told WikLeaks in early 2017 that he was Assange’s only hope for a pardon from the president if extradited and prosecuted in the United States. The longtime Trump adviser also appeared to be trying broker a deal to resolve the long-running U.S. investigation into Assange and WikiLeaks.

“I am doing everything possible to address the issues at the highest level of government,” Stone wrote to Assange in June 2017. “Fed treatment of you and WikiLeaks is an outrage. Must be circumspect in this forum as experience demonstrates it is monitored.”

“Appreciated. Of course it is!” Assange wrote back...


They show Stone in touch with seemingly high-ranking Is... officials attempting to arrange meetings with Trump during the heat of the 2016 campaign. They also provide clues about an attempt to procure some kind of “October surprise” involving damaging information held by the Turkish government.

At times, Stone and his contacts appeared to acknowledge that Trump seemed doomed in the 2016 election and needed outside intervention. Stone also described multiple direct contacts with Trump and efforts to arrange meetings for him...



Here are the actual documents: https://www.courtlistener...9.29.7.pdf

Trump: "It was hard to get it aroused and it is hard to get it aroused but we got it aroused."
[narrator voice] He's talking about the "American way."
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Reply #634 posted 04/29/20 7:47am

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And then there was the bombshell released with search warrants into Roger Stone.


https://www.politico.com/...nge-219908


Nearly three-dozen search warrants unsealed late Tuesday reveal a web of contacts between longtime Donald Trump confidant Roger Stone, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and other key figures in the long-running probe of Russian interference in the 2016 election...

Stone also told WikLeaks in early 2017 that he was Assange’s only hope for a pardon from the president if extradited and prosecuted in the United States. The longtime Trump adviser also appeared to be trying broker a deal to resolve the long-running U.S. investigation into Assange and WikiLeaks.

“I am doing everything possible to address the issues at the highest level of government,” Stone wrote to Assange in June 2017. “Fed treatment of you and WikiLeaks is an outrage. Must be circumspect in this forum as experience demonstrates it is monitored.”

“Appreciated. Of course it is!” Assange wrote back...


They show Stone in touch with seemingly high-ranking Is... officials attempting to arrange meetings with Trump during the heat of the 2016 campaign. They also provide clues about an attempt to procure some kind of “October surprise” involving damaging information held by the Turkish government.

At times, Stone and his contacts appeared to acknowledge that Trump seemed doomed in the 2016 election and needed outside intervention. Stone also described multiple direct contacts with Trump and efforts to arrange meetings for him...



Here are the actual documents: https://www.courtlistener...9.29.7.pdf



With Covid dominating the news, I missed this. Ugh, Stone is so smarmy.

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Reply #635 posted 05/03/20 9:42am

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benni said:

Another way that Trump has attempted to "Make America Less Again" is through his continued claims about how inept the intelligence community is, particularly in regards to the Russian interference in his election, often claiming it was a hoax.

Well, a bipartisan report from the Senate Intelligence Committee has found that the intelligence community was spot on.


https://www.cnn.com/2020/...ium=social

A bipartisan report from the Senate Intelligence Committee released on Tuesday has backed the US intelligence community's conclusion that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election to help then-candidate Donald Trump.

The committee's findings are a rebuke to Trump's frequent claims of a "hoax" that Russia was trying to help him win and the President's attacks on the intelligence community. The panel concluded that the Obama administration's assessment on Russian election interference was crafted without political bias, undercutting the President's claims that officials like former CIA Director John Brennan and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper were using the intelligence community to attack him.
Senate Intelligence Chairman Richard Burr said in a statement that the assessment reflected "strong tradecraft" and "sound analytical reasoning."
"The Committee found no reason to dispute the Intelligence Community's conclusions," the North Carolina Republican said.

Yes, Benni. Respect for all your posts lately. T---- doesn't just claim our intelligence community is corrupt, as I know you know. He also claims they are part of a deep state plot. He chooses to believe Putin, instead, when he tosses the canard that Russia never interfered. Yeah... right. I'm amazed that the Senate Intel Committee actually stood up at this moment. So glad they did.

The Senate report prompted Pelosi to inquire, once again, "What does Putin have on T----, personally, politically, financially?"

https://www.rawstory.com/...-on-trump/

Nope, we won't know till we have a gander at those tax returns, if that ever happens.


Not only is the ugly and continuing reality of Russian interference rearing its head once again, but Michael Flynn is back, with T---- calling him a hero, no less, while others, of sounder mind, decry him as a Benedict Arnold. For T----, it's another opportunity to throw dead cats at the intelligience community and claim they abused poor Flynn, that he was victim to entrapment.

Here are two relevant articles, showing how the FBI's actions re Flynn were entirely justified.

First, from Norm Eisen writing to the NY Times 5.2.20 'Why Trump Is Obsessed with the Michael Flynn Case'.

https://www.nytimes.com/2...n-fbi.html

Second, from Barbara McQuade, explaining further the actions of the FBI. 'The FBI Didn't Frame Michael Flynn. That's Just Trump's Excuse for a Prospective Pardon.' (5.1.20)

https://www.thedailybeast...ive-pardon

Meanwhile, Flynn's sentencing has been delayed indefinitely (as of 2.10.20), while his new lawyers try to withdraw his guilty plea.

https://www.politico.com/...ing-113309


This story pales in the midst of the crazy-making news whirlwind that we're going to be subjected to from now till 3 November. I'm glad some of our legal minds are commenting on it and clarifying the muddy waters.

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Reply #636 posted 05/13/20 7:01am

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barnswallow said:

benni said:

Another way that Trump has attempted to "Make America Less Again" is through his continued claims about how inept the intelligence community is, particularly in regards to the Russian interference in his election, often claiming it was a hoax.

Well, a bipartisan report from the Senate Intelligence Committee has found that the intelligence community was spot on.


https://www.cnn.com/2020/...ium=social

A bipartisan report from the Senate Intelligence Committee released on Tuesday has backed the US intelligence community's conclusion that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election to help then-candidate Donald Trump.

The committee's findings are a rebuke to Trump's frequent claims of a "hoax" that Russia was trying to help him win and the President's attacks on the intelligence community. The panel concluded that the Obama administration's assessment on Russian election interference was crafted without political bias, undercutting the President's claims that officials like former CIA Director John Brennan and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper were using the intelligence community to attack him.
Senate Intelligence Chairman Richard Burr said in a statement that the assessment reflected "strong tradecraft" and "sound analytical reasoning."
"The Committee found no reason to dispute the Intelligence Community's conclusions," the North Carolina Republican said.

Yes, Benni. Respect for all your posts lately. T---- doesn't just claim our intelligence community is corrupt, as I know you know. He also claims they are part of a deep state plot. He chooses to believe Putin, instead, when he tosses the canard that Russia never interfered. Yeah... right. I'm amazed that the Senate Intel Committee actually stood up at this moment. So glad they did.

The Senate report prompted Pelosi to inquire, once again, "What does Putin have on T----, personally, politically, financially?"

https://www.rawstory.com/...-on-trump/

Nope, we won't know till we have a gander at those tax returns, if that ever happens.


Not only is the ugly and continuing reality of Russian interference rearing its head once again, but Michael Flynn is back, with T---- calling him a hero, no less, while others, of sounder mind, decry him as a Benedict Arnold. For T----, it's another opportunity to throw dead cats at the intelligience community and claim they abused poor Flynn, that he was victim to entrapment.

Here are two relevant articles, showing how the FBI's actions re Flynn were entirely justified.

First, from Norm Eisen writing to the NY Times 5.2.20 'Why Trump Is Obsessed with the Michael Flynn Case'.

https://www.nytimes.com/2...n-fbi.html

Second, from Barbara McQuade, explaining further the actions of the FBI. 'The FBI Didn't Frame Michael Flynn. That's Just Trump's Excuse for a Prospective Pardon.' (5.1.20)

https://www.thedailybeast...ive-pardon

Meanwhile, Flynn's sentencing has been delayed indefinitely (as of 2.10.20), while his new lawyers try to withdraw his guilty plea.

https://www.politico.com/...ing-113309


This story pales in the midst of the crazy-making news whirlwind that we're going to be subjected to from now till 3 November. I'm glad some of our legal minds are commenting on it and clarifying the muddy waters.


Looks like Russian interference is imminent. What better way to destroy the tenets of democracy than to keep Trump in office. He has already weakened America's position on the world stage, f course they want him to remain in office to complete the job.

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Reply #637 posted 05/13/20 3:51pm

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Here we go, I knew it would just be a matter of time.


Kushner was asked about the possibility of postponing the Nov election.


"I'm not sure I can commit one way or the other, but right now that's the plan."


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He then back tracked and stated, : "I have not been involved in, nor am I aware of any discussions about trying to change the date of the presidential election"


https://www.newsandguts.c...SKjAj1pMis

[Edited 5/13/20 16:29pm]

COME BACK RODEO COME BACK!

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Reply #638 posted 05/13/20 4:43pm

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Here we go, I knew it would just be a matter of time.


Kushner was asked about the possibility of postponing the Nov election.


"I'm not sure I can commit one way or the other, but right now that's the plan."


eek


He then back tracked and stated, : "I have not been involved in, nor am I aware of any discussions about trying to change the date of the presidential election"


https://www.newsandguts.c...SKjAj1pMis


omg Kushner will have to personally pry that ballot out of my cold dead hands.

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Reply #639 posted 05/13/20 7:55pm

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poppys said:

PennyPurple said:

Here we go, I knew it would just be a matter of time.


Kushner was asked about the possibility of postponing the Nov election.


"I'm not sure I can commit one way or the other, but right now that's the plan."


eek


He then back tracked and stated, : "I have not been involved in, nor am I aware of any discussions about trying to change the date of the presidential election"


https://www.newsandguts.c...SKjAj1pMis


omg Kushner will have to personally pry that ballot out of my cold dead hands.


They can't do that, can they? Force Wisconsin to vote during a pandemic but the rest of us need to wait?

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Reply #640 posted 05/14/20 6:37am

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poppys said:


omg Kushner will have to personally pry that ballot out of my cold dead hands.


They can't do that, can they? Force Wisconsin to vote during a pandemic but the rest of us need to wait?


Dunno, but the Wisconsin legislature just overruled the Governor's stay at home orders.

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Reply #641 posted 05/14/20 6:44am

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House Judiciary Chairman Demands Barr Testify by June

Amid a growing controversy over the Justice Department’s handling of several criminal cases involving former advisers to President Donald Trump, the House Judiciary chairman is pressing for Attorney General William Barr to immediately testify when Washington reopens in early June.

Nadler, D-N.Y., volunteered that he would apply additional pressure if necessary, mentioning Congress’ funding authority, and its power to subpoena Barr if needed.

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Reply #642 posted 05/14/20 8:07am

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poppys said:

DiminutiveRocker said:


They can't do that, can they? Force Wisconsin to vote during a pandemic but the rest of us need to wait?


Dunno, but the Wisconsin legislature just overruled the Governor's stay at home orders.

WTF. The Supreme Court of Wisconsin have to be THEE stupidest jurists to ever convene.

The Unemployment #s are devastating, but... I guess they figure those going back to work will die and the numbers wil drop that way neutral

What can we do but watch them reopen and see what happens shrug Nashville repopened and there is a spike of infections in that city - - however, the streets are still largely empty. People are not flocking to some places even if they are open. And if you do go into a crowded setting - good luck, I guess.

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Reply #643 posted 05/14/20 8:18am

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https://www.commondreams.org/news/2020/05/08/my-god-says-us-senator-after-william-barr-deploys-history-written-winners-trope

'My God,' Says US Senator After William Barr Deploys 'History Is Written by the Winners' Trope

"The head of the American justice system now saying publicly that there is no good or bad except what the strongest want," said another critic. "The definition of autocracy."

"My god."

That was the initial two-word reaction of Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) late Thursday night after CBS News aired an interview with U.S. Attorney General William Barr who declared that "history is written by the winners" when asked how he thought historians would view the Justice Department's dropping of charges against President Donald Trump's former national security advisor Michael Flynn earlier in the day.

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Reply #644 posted 05/14/20 8:32am

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https://thehill.com/homenews/house/497693-gop-rep-peter-king-slated-to-buck-party-lines-on-dem-led-coronavirus-relief

GOP Rep. Pete King to buck party, vote for Democrats' coronavirus relief bill

Rep. Pete King (R-N.Y.) said he plans to buck party lines and vote in favor of the $3 trillion coronavirus relief package proposed by House Democrats and slated to come to the floor on Friday, the New York Times first reported Wednesday.

King — who represents one of the hardest-hit districts in the state and is set to retire at the end of this term — said while there are provisions that give him pause, he feels it’s critical that Congress provide funding for state and local governments that have been disproportionately affected by the deadly virus. The New York Republican also said the language to eliminate the $10,000 cap on the state and local tax (SALT) deduction for 2020 and 2021 factored into his decision to back the measure.

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Reply #645 posted 05/15/20 10:40pm

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Hackers Claim To Have Trump’s Dirty Laundry And Demand $42 Million To Keep Quiet

A notorious hacking group has claimed to have "dirty laundry" on President Trump and has threatened to publish it next week if one of the biggest cyber-ransoms ever isn't paid.

The same hackers that successfully attacked a celebrity New York law firm last week have now claimed to have "a ton of dirty laundry" about President Trump. As first reported at Page Six, those hackers are now demanding a ransom of $42 million (£34.6 million) and have threatened to publish the information they have if this isn't paid within the next week.

The hackers concerned are the cybercriminal REvil ransomware operators. The group, also known as Sodinokibi, has a long and inglorious history of attacks, including the devastating one against Travelex. The most recent being the ransomware attack against the New York lawyers whose clients include Lady Gaga, Madonna and Bruce Springsteen.

As well as locking down systems, this group operates a double-whammy system whereby they exfiltrate data before encrypting it and use this as leverage to facilitate ransom payment. Don't pay up, and the hackers publish documents from the stolen haul, as has been the case when Tesla, SpaceX and Lockheed Martin were caught in the crossfire of an attack by a different group against a parts supplier earlier this year...

..."The next person we'll be publishing is Donald Trump. There's an election race going on, and we found a ton of dirty laundry on time. Mr. Trump, if you want to stay president, poke a sharp stick at the guys, otherwise you may forget this ambition forever. And to you voters, we can let you know that after such a publication, you certainly don't want to see him as president. Well, let's leave out the details. The deadline is one week."

https://www.forbes.com/si...86a48f37d1

They've been told to not pay the ransom. Wonder what dirty laundry they have?

[Edited 5/15/20 22:48pm]

Trump: "It was hard to get it aroused and it is hard to get it aroused but we got it aroused."
[narrator voice] He's talking about the "American way."
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Reply #646 posted 05/16/20 2:55am

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benni said:

Hackers Claim To Have Trump’s Dirty Laundry And Demand $42 Million To Keep Quiet

A notorious hacking group has claimed to have "dirty laundry" on President Trump and has threatened to publish it next week if one of the biggest cyber-ransoms ever isn't paid.

The same hackers that successfully attacked a celebrity New York law firm last week have now claimed to have "a ton of dirty laundry" about President Trump. As first reported at Page Six, those hackers are now demanding a ransom of $42 million (£34.6 million) and have threatened to publish the information they have if this isn't paid within the next week.

The hackers concerned are the cybercriminal REvil ransomware operators. The group, also known as Sodinokibi, has a long and inglorious history of attacks, including the devastating one against Travelex. The most recent being the ransomware attack against the New York lawyers whose clients include Lady Gaga, Madonna and Bruce Springsteen.

As well as locking down systems, this group operates a double-whammy system whereby they exfiltrate data before encrypting it and use this as leverage to facilitate ransom payment. Don't pay up, and the hackers publish documents from the stolen haul, as has been the case when Tesla, SpaceX and Lockheed Martin were caught in the crossfire of an attack by a different group against a parts supplier earlier this year...

..."The next person we'll be publishing is Donald Trump. There's an election race going on, and we found a ton of dirty laundry on time. Mr. Trump, if you want to stay president, poke a sharp stick at the guys, otherwise you may forget this ambition forever. And to you voters, we can let you know that after such a publication, you certainly don't want to see him as president. Well, let's leave out the details. The deadline is one week."

https://www.forbes.com/si...86a48f37d1

They've been told to not pay the ransom. Wonder what dirty laundry they have?


The jaded me says they will pay them without disclosing if possible. But I would love to see it leaked.

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Reply #647 posted 05/16/20 6:26am

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Hackers Claim To Have Trump’s Dirty Laundry And Demand $42 Million To Keep Quiet

A notorious hacking group has claimed to have "dirty laundry" on President Trump and has threatened to publish it next week if one of the biggest cyber-ransoms ever isn't paid.

The same hackers that successfully attacked a celebrity New York law firm last week have now claimed to have "a ton of dirty laundry" about President Trump. As first reported at Page Six, those hackers are now demanding a ransom of $42 million (£34.6 million) and have threatened to publish the information they have if this isn't paid within the next week.

The hackers concerned are the cybercriminal REvil ransomware operators. The group, also known as Sodinokibi, has a long and inglorious history of attacks, including the devastating one against Travelex. The most recent being the ransomware attack against the New York lawyers whose clients include Lady Gaga, Madonna and Bruce Springsteen.

As well as locking down systems, this group operates a double-whammy system whereby they exfiltrate data before encrypting it and use this as leverage to facilitate ransom payment. Don't pay up, and the hackers publish documents from the stolen haul, as has been the case when Tesla, SpaceX and Lockheed Martin were caught in the crossfire of an attack by a different group against a parts supplier earlier this year...

..."The next person we'll be publishing is Donald Trump. There's an election race going on, and we found a ton of dirty laundry on time. Mr. Trump, if you want to stay president, poke a sharp stick at the guys, otherwise you may forget this ambition forever. And to you voters, we can let you know that after such a publication, you certainly don't want to see him as president. Well, let's leave out the details. The deadline is one week."

https://www.forbes.com/si...86a48f37d1

They've been told to not pay the ransom. Wonder what dirty laundry they have?

[Edited 5/15/20 22:48pm]

Well, that's good news. biggrin Thank you to the hackers. Who has 42mil laying around?

COME BACK RODEO COME BACK!

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Reply #648 posted 05/16/20 11:38am

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"Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything." --Plato
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Reply #649 posted 05/16/20 2:46pm

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benni said:

Hackers Claim To Have Trump’s Dirty Laundry And Demand $42 Million To Keep Quiet

A notorious hacking group has claimed to have "dirty laundry" on President Trump and has threatened to publish it next week if one of the biggest cyber-ransoms ever isn't paid.

The same hackers that successfully attacked a celebrity New York law firm last week have now claimed to have "a ton of dirty laundry" about President Trump. As first reported at Page Six, those hackers are now demanding a ransom of $42 million (£34.6 million) and have threatened to publish the information they have if this isn't paid within the next week.

The hackers concerned are the cybercriminal REvil ransomware operators. The group, also known as Sodinokibi, has a long and inglorious history of attacks, including the devastating one against Travelex. The most recent being the ransomware attack against the New York lawyers whose clients include Lady Gaga, Madonna and Bruce Springsteen.

As well as locking down systems, this group operates a double-whammy system whereby they exfiltrate data before encrypting it and use this as leverage to facilitate ransom payment. Don't pay up, and the hackers publish documents from the stolen haul, as has been the case when Tesla, SpaceX and Lockheed Martin were caught in the crossfire of an attack by a different group against a parts supplier earlier this year...

..."The next person we'll be publishing is Donald Trump. There's an election race going on, and we found a ton of dirty laundry on time. Mr. Trump, if you want to stay president, poke a sharp stick at the guys, otherwise you may forget this ambition forever. And to you voters, we can let you know that after such a publication, you certainly don't want to see him as president. Well, let's leave out the details. The deadline is one week."

https://www.forbes.com/si...86a48f37d1

They've been told to not pay the ransom. Wonder what dirty laundry they have?

[Edited 5/15/20 22:48pm]

TAXES!

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Reply #650 posted 05/16/20 4:41pm

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DiminutiveRocker said:


TAXES!

Ho's, hiring Russia to WIN, affairs, lies, lies, and more lies. wink

COME BACK RODEO COME BACK!

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Reply #651 posted 05/19/20 11:21am

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Misogyny... please recognize it when it is slapping you in the face:

President Trump: "I'd rather have [Pompeo] on the phone with some world leader than have him wash dishes because maybe his wife isn't there."

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Reply #652 posted 05/19/20 1:51pm

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DiminutiveRocker said:

benni said:

Hackers Claim To Have Trump’s Dirty Laundry And Demand $42 Million To Keep Quiet

A notorious hacking group has claimed to have "dirty laundry" on President Trump and has threatened to publish it next week if one of the biggest cyber-ransoms ever isn't paid.

The same hackers that successfully attacked a celebrity New York law firm last week have now claimed to have "a ton of dirty laundry" about President Trump. As first reported at Page Six, those hackers are now demanding a ransom of $42 million (£34.6 million) and have threatened to publish the information they have if this isn't paid within the next week.

The hackers concerned are the cybercriminal REvil ransomware operators. The group, also known as Sodinokibi, has a long and inglorious history of attacks, including the devastating one against Travelex. The most recent being the ransomware attack against the New York lawyers whose clients include Lady Gaga, Madonna and Bruce Springsteen.

As well as locking down systems, this group operates a double-whammy system whereby they exfiltrate data before encrypting it and use this as leverage to facilitate ransom payment. Don't pay up, and the hackers publish documents from the stolen haul, as has been the case when Tesla, SpaceX and Lockheed Martin were caught in the crossfire of an attack by a different group against a parts supplier earlier this year...

..."The next person we'll be publishing is Donald Trump. There's an election race going on, and we found a ton of dirty laundry on time. Mr. Trump, if you want to stay president, poke a sharp stick at the guys, otherwise you may forget this ambition forever. And to you voters, we can let you know that after such a publication, you certainly don't want to see him as president. Well, let's leave out the details. The deadline is one week."

https://www.forbes.com/si...86a48f37d1

They've been told to not pay the ransom. Wonder what dirty laundry they have?

[Edited 5/15/20 22:48pm]

TAXES!

biggrin razz lol

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Reply #653 posted 05/19/20 2:37pm

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^^ lol paging herb4 cop

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Trump and his administration of unscrupulous beings have managed to make this thread title 100% accurate.

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