Julian Assange Helped Elect Trump and Destroy the United States

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Officials claim Wikileaks received stolen docs from Russians

 

Wikileaks Julian Assange is partly responsible for destroying the United States by helping Donald Trump get elected President by publishing stolen DNC documents to damage Hillary Clinton. These were released at strategic moments within hours of the Access Hollywood tape’s release exposing Trump bragging about grabbing women by the Pussy to divert attention away from Trump’s outrageous and disgusting behavior.

It doesn’t matter whether the documents came from Russia or not. The fact is that Assange published the stolen DNC documents to damage Hillary Clinton and helped put the worst and most lawless President in history in the White House. The damages has been catastrophic. People who support Julian Assange are incredibility STUPID for not being able to see the big picture of the damage Assange helped cause.

Assange deserves “the worst life has to offer!”

 

 

 

 

US Intelligence Agencies Confirm Russia Helped Trump’s Campaign

David Frum On Why Trump-Russia Wasn’t A Hoax

The Atlantic’s David Frum joins Morning Joe to discuss his latest piece ‘It Wasn’t a Hoax,’ on ‘…the suddenly red-hot media campaign to endorse Trump’s fantasy that he was the victim of a ‘Russia hoax.”

 

Russian Report Confirms Attack On US Election

Rachel Maddow shares the details of a Russian media report that explains that the reason Russian intelligence cyber experts were arrested for treason a year ago is that they were the sources that helped the U.S. figure out who was responsible for the DNC hack.

 

Many themes of Trump dossier have borne out over time

Rachel Maddow reviews how recent revelations and admissions by Trump team members have shown many of the themes of the Trump dossier to have merit.

 

More Pieces Of Donald Trump Russia Dossier Check Out

Rachel Maddow notes that while the dossier of intelligence about Donald Trump ties to Russia remains unconfirmed, pieces of it have checked out upon investigation by the press, though the primary government investigators are former Trump campaign officials.

 

Russian propaganda effort helped spread ‘fake news’ during election, experts say

Researchers say sophisticated tools were used to boost Trump and undermine Clinton.

 

 

Donald Trump ‘offered Julian Assange a pardon if he denied Russia link to hack’

Ex-congressman denies being middleman for US president after WikiLeaks published emails damaging to Hillary Clinton in 2016

Per the above article; “Trump offered Julian Assange a pardon if he denied Russia link to hack”

“Trump offered Julian Assange a pardon if he would say Russia was not involved in leaking Democratic party emails, a court in London has been told. The extraordinary claim was made at Westminster magistrates court before the opening next week of Assange’s legal battle to block attempts to extradite him to the US, where he faces charges for publishing hacked documents. The allegation was denied by the former Republican congressman named by the Assange legal team as a key witness.

Assange’s lawyers alleged that during a visit to London in August 2017, congressman Dana Rohrabacher told the WikiLeaks founder that “on instructions from the president, he was offering a pardon or some other way out, if Mr Assange … said Russia had nothing to do with the DNC [Democratic National Committee] leaks.”

 

4/11/19 Video shows Julian Assange being DRAGGED out of Ecuadorian Embassy in London.

 

Trump Junior exposed for contacts with Wikileaks during campaign

11/14/17 UPDATE: The videos above shows Julian Assange was DIRECTLY involved in helping Trump get installed as President. Rachel Maddow reports on yet another new revelation of contact between the Trump campaign and Russia and its operatives, this time between Donald Trump Jr. and Wikileaks, and shows the growing body of reporting about the Trump campaign interacting with Wikileaks.

 

ABC NEWS: Donald Trump Jr. had secret communications with WikiLeaks

The messages began during the campaign, and his emails reveal that campaign officials knew about his contacts with WikiLeaks.

 

Stone predicted Clinton Wikileaks disclosures

The above video seems to prove there was collusion between the Trump Campaign and Wikileaks / Russia

Former Trump adviser Roger Stone appeared on the InfoWars radio show the same day he sent an email claiming he dined with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange — and he predicted “devastating” upcoming disclosures about the Clinton Foundation.

 

Roger Stone claims he has ‘perfectly legal back channel’ to Julian Assange

The former political adviser to Trump, with whom he maintains close ties, later deletes tweet that was part of series of profane challenges to president’s critics

 

CIA Director Mike Pompeo in a speech called WikiLeaks a “hostile intelligence service” aided by Russia and accused WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange of making “common cause with dictators and it overwhelmingly focuses on the United States, while seeking support from anti-democratic countries and organizations”.

Director Pompeo stated; “It’s time to call out WikiLeaks for what it really is: A non-state hostile intelligence service often abetted by state actors like Russia” AND “WikiLeaks walks like a hostile intelligence service and talks like a hostile intelligence service”.

 

By contrast, Trump stated “I love WikiLeaks” because WikiLeaks Julian Assange helped him to become president.

 

Trump further proved to be lawless by requesting a foreign government (Russia) to engage in Espionage when he stated;

“Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find 30K emails that are missing”.

Trump has proven that lawless, treasonous actions & conduct mean nothing to him, as long as he’s being helped by those actions & conduct.

 

FBI examining fake documents targeting Clinton campaign – sources

The FBI and U.S. intelligence agencies are examining faked documents aimed at discrediting the Hillary Clinton campaign as part of a broader investigation into what U.S. officials believe has been an attempt by Russia to disrupt the presidential election, people with knowledge of the matter said.

FBI Examining Faked Documents Aimed at Discrediting Hillary Clinton’s Campaign

The FBI and U.S. intelligence agencies are examining faked documents aimed at discrediting the Hillary Clinton campaign as part of a broader investigation into what U.S. officials believe has been an attempt by Russia to disrupt the presidential election.

 

The WikiLeaks-Russia connection started way before the 2016 election

Julian Assange has a long, long history of ties to Putin’s state.

 

http://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/julian-assange-lawyers-to-appeal-to-donald-trump-to-end-us-probe-a3396906.html

 

WikiLeaks publishes ‘biggest ever leak of secret CIA documents’

The 8,761 documents published by WikiLeaks focus mainly on techniques for hacking and surveillance

 

WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Facing Arrest And Extradition

 

WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Charged in 18-Count Superseding Indictment

A federal grand jury returned an 18-count superseding indictment today charging Julian P. Assange, 47, the founder of WikiLeaks, with offenses that relate to Assange’s alleged role in one of the largest compromises of classified information in the history of the United States. Assistant Attorney General for National Security John C.

Per the above article; “WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Charged in 18-Count Superseding Indictment”

“Charges Related to Illegally Obtaining, Receiving and Disclosing Classified Information”

“A federal grand jury returned an 18-count superseding indictment today charging Julian P. Assange, 47, the founder of WikiLeaks, with offenses that relate to Assange’s alleged role in one of the largest compromises of classified information in the history of the United States. Assistant Attorney General for National Security John C. Demers, U.S. Attorney G. Zachary Terwilliger for the Eastern District of Virginia, Assistant Director John Brown of the FBI’s Counterintelligence Division and Acting Assistant Director in Charge Timothy Dunham of the FBI’s Washington Field Office made the announcement.

The superseding indictment alleges that Assange was complicit with Chelsea Manning, a former intelligence analyst in the U.S. Army, in unlawfully obtaining and disclosing classified documents related to the national defense. Specifically, the superseding indictment alleges that Assange conspired with Manning; obtained from Manning and aided and abetted her in obtaining classified information with reason to believe that the information was to be used to the injury of the United States or the advantage of a foreign nation; received and attempted to receive classified information having reason to believe that such materials would be obtained, taken, made, and disposed of by a person contrary to law; and aided and abetted Manning in communicating classified documents to Assange.

After agreeing to receive classified documents from Manning and aiding, abetting, and causing Manning to provide classified documents, the superseding indictment charges that Assange then published on WikiLeaks classified documents that contained the unredacted names of human sources who provided information to United States forces in Iraq and Afghanistan, and to U.S. State Department diplomats around the world. These human sources included local Afghans and Iraqis, journalists, religious leaders, human rights advocates, and political dissidents from repressive regimes. According to the superseding indictment, Assange’s actions risked serious harm to United States national security to the benefit of our adversaries and put the unredacted named human sources at a grave and imminent risk of serious physical harm and/or arbitrary detention.

The superseding indictment alleges that beginning in late 2009, Assange and WikiLeaks actively solicited United States classified information, including by publishing a list of “Most Wanted Leaks” that sought, among other things, classified documents. Manning responded to Assange’s solicitations by using access granted to her as an intelligence analyst to search for United States classified documents, and provided to Assange and WikiLeaks databases containing approximately 90,000 Afghanistan war-related significant activity reports, 400,000 Iraq war-related significant activities reports, 800 Guantanamo Bay detainee assessment briefs, and 250,000 U.S. Department of State cables.

Many of these documents were classified at the Secret level, meaning that their unauthorized disclosure could cause serious damage to United States national security. Manning also provided rules of engagement files for the Iraq war, most of which were also classified at the Secret level and which delineated the circumstances and limitations under which United States forces would initiate or conduct combat engagement with other forces.

The superseding indictment alleges that Manning and Assange engaged in real-time discussions regarding Manning’s transmission of classified records to Assange. The discussions also reflect that Assange actively encouraged Manning to provide more information and agreed to crack a password hash stored on U.S. Department of Defense computers connected to the Secret Internet Protocol Network (SIPRNet), a United States government network used for classified documents and communications. Assange is also charged with conspiracy to commit computer intrusion for agreeing to crack that password hash.

Assange is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. If convicted, he faces a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison on each count except for conspiracy to commit computer intrusion, for which he faces a maximum penalty of five years in prison. Actual sentences for federal crimes are typically less than the maximum penalties. A federal district court judge will determine any sentence after taking into account the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines and other statutory factors.

First Assistant U.S. Attorney Tracy Doherty-McCormick, Assistant U.S. Attorneys Kellen S. Dwyer, Thomas W. Traxler and Gordon D. Kromberg, and Trial Attorneys Matthew R. Walczewski and Nicholas O. Hunter of the Justice Department’s National Security Division are prosecuting the case.

An indictment contains allegations that a defendant has committed a crime. Every defendant is presumed to be innocent until and unless proven guilty in court. Updated May 23, 2019″

 

Julian Assange Helped Trump get Installed as President by the Electoral College, who Is a Threat to the First Amendment & Freedom of Speech

Trump has stated that he would like to make some changes to the First Amendment. In an interview with WFOR, CBS’ Miami affiliate, Trump was asked if he believes the First Amendment provides “too much protection.”

Trump answered in the affirmative, saying he’d like to change the laws to make it easier to sue media companies. Trump lamented that, under current law, “our press is allowed to say whatever they want.”

 

 

Trump Wants New Libel Laws To Stop ‘Horrible And False’ Articles

Trump does not like the media. He recently told a crowd in Texas he would stop newspapers like The New York Times from publishing unfavorable articles. “I’m going to open up our libel laws so that when they write purposefully negative and horrible and false articles, we can sue them and win lots of money,” Donald Trump said to a crowd in Fort Worth, Texas. The Times has published quite a few editorials painting Trump in a less than flattering light. But it’s unlikely Trump would be able to win any lawsuit against the publication unless he managed to nominate someone to the Supreme Court who could work to overturn New York Times Co. v. Sullivan.

 

 

 

 

The Evolution of Russian Meddling in U.S. Elections

 

Russia’s 2016 cyber tactics, explained

Russian trolls and hackers targeted social media networks, political organizations and state election systems during the 2016 election. Here’s what we know about the Kremlin’s playbook for creating division in the U.S.

 

The history of Russia’s 2016 election meddling in 4 minutes

 

Senate Intelligence Committee releases final report on Russian interference in 2016

The report concluded that the 2016 Trump campaign had repeated contacts with Russian operatives, and said campaign chairman Paul Manafort “represented a grave counterintelligence threat.”

 

 

US intelligence report says Russia attempted to interfere in the 2020 election but not China as Trump and his cronies claimed.

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence released its declassified report on foreign threats to 2020 federal elections, which concludes that foreign adversaries including Russia, did attempt to interfere in the 2020 election.

 

Trump Collusion Exposed In 2021: Aide Caught Red-Handed In Russia Back Channel

For the first time ever, the U.S. Government is linking the 2016 Trump Campaign directly to the Russian government. The U.S. Treasury now states that an ally of convicted Trump Campaign Chair Paul Manafort funneled internal campaign polling directly back to the Kremlin.

 

Putin aspired to help Trump

The US intelligence community found that Russia tried to influence the outcome of the 2016 US election by boosting Donald Trump and harming Hillary Clinton, according to the declassified intelligence report released by the Director of National Intelligence.

 

Glenn Kirschner: ‘Vladimir Putin Owns President Donald Trump’

 

Trump had secret meetings with Putin in which he demanded no notes or records be kept. This has never happen before with past presidents, and raise concerns of inappropriate quid pro quo agreements.

 

 

Trump & Putin both obtained things they wanted…. Trump got the Presidency, and Putin, a long list of things in return.

Source: themoscowproject.org/reports/putins-payout-10-ways-trump-has-supported-putins-foreign-policy-agenda

Putin’s Goal: Weaken and divide the transatlantic alliance.
Putin’s Payout:Trump undermines US relationships with European allies and calls the US’s commitment to NATO into question.

Putin’s Goal: Degrade the European Union and foster pro-Russian political movements.
Putin’s Payout:Trump attacks the EU and actively supports anti-EU, Kremlin-backed parties.

Putin’s Goal: Disrupt American leadership and dominance of the global economic order.
Putin’s Payout: Trump is eagerly pushing for an all-out trade war with Europe

Putin’s Goal: Build global resentment and distrust towards the US and stoke anti-American sentiment.
Putin’s Payout: America’s closest allies are explicitly suspicious and distrusting of the US because of Trump’s rhetoric and actions.

Putin’s Goal: Relieve economic and domestic political pressure from US sanctions on Russia.
Putin’s Payout: Trump tries to roll back, impede, and blunt the impact of sanctions at every step.

Putin’s Goal: Legitimize his regime in the eyes of the world.
Putin’s Payout: Trump repeatedly praises and defends Putin, lending the credibility of the US presidency to Putin’s standing.

Putin’s Goal: Revive Russia’s status as a great power and gain international recognition for its illegal seizure of Crimea.
Putin’s Payout:Trump publicly says that Crimea is part of Russia and calls for Russia to be welcomed back into the international community with no concessions.

Putin’s Goal: Continue to sow discord in Western democracies and avoid repercussions for interfering in American and European elections.
Putin’s Payout: Trump dismisses Russian interference and has done nothing to prevent future interference, putting him at odds with his own intelligence community.

Putin’s Goal: Soften America’s adversarial stance toward Russia.
Putin’s Payout: Trump is shifting the Republican Party’s generations-long hawkish views on Russia.

Putin’s Goal: Destabilize the US from within.
Putin’s Payout: Trump attacks US institutions while driving divisive politics and eroding democratic norms.

Putin’s goal: Advance the Kremlin’s narrative to shape global perceptions.
Putin’s payout: Trump has repeatedly, and inexplicably, parroted Kremlin talking points across a range of global issues.

Putin’s goal: Undermine international norms and democratic values abroad.
Putin’s payout: Trump has repeatedly failed to respond to human rights violations or support democracy abroad, creating a more permissive environment for autocrats to crack down.

 

Did Russia help elect Trump?

 

Revelation of Trump-Russia Collusion via Manafort/Kilimnik is a Sign we are Trending Toward Justice

The Biden administration just revealed additional proof that the Trump campaign colluded with Russian intelligence to cheat/gain unfair advantage in the 2016 presidential election. It turns our that Paul Manafort, Trump’s campaign chairman, provided confidential polling data and campaign strategy information to Konstantin Kilimnik who then provided it to Russian intelligence. But even more important than the substance of the information is the Biden administration’s decision to release the information to the American public.

 

Proverbial ‘Smoking Gun’ Of Trump Camp Giving Info To Russia Seen In Documents

Rachel Maddow reports on what is revealed in newly removed redactions for court documents in the case of Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, showing Manafort giving campaign polling data to Konstantin Kilimnik, who U.S. intelligence now says gave that information to the Russian government, which was trying to help Donald Trump get elected.

 

New documents released by a federal judge show the “degree of collusion” between Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign chairman Paul Manafort and Russian operatives, says Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA).

 

‘When Did US Government Figure This Out?’: Collusion Revelation Raises New Questions

Michael Schmidt, Washington correspondent for the New York Times, talks with Rachel Maddow about how the newly connected dot in the 2016 Trump campaign’s collusion with Russia changes what we know and sharpens the questions about what we don’t yet know.

 

Trump Camp Cooperation With Russia Explicated In New Senate Intel Report

Rachel Maddow reports on some of the highlights of the fifth and final installment of the Senate Intelligence Committee report on Russian interference in the 2016 election that provides new insights on how the Donald Trump campaign cooperated with Russian efforts to help Trump win. Aired on 08/18/2020.

 

Report Sheds Light On Timing Of Wikileaks’ Release Of Emails

A bipartisan report from the Senate Intelligence Committee also sheds some light on the timing of Wikileaks’ release of emails belonging to then-Clinton campaign chair John Podesta. The panel discusses.

 

Senate Intel Report, Vol. 5: Trump Lied, Manafort Spied, Democracy Nearly Died

 

What Senate Intel Report Reveals About Paul Manafort

Former U.S. Attorneys Joyce Vance weighs in on the bipartisan from the Senate Intelligence Committee and it what it reveals about Paul Manafort, Donald Trump’s former campaign manager.

 

Mueller Prosecutor Calls Senate Intel’s Report On Russian Interference ‘A Remarkable Document’

Andrew Weissmann, who served on Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team, reacts to the release of the Senate Intelligence Committee’s final report on Russian interference in the 2016 election where they describe a vast web of contacts between the Trump campaign and Russia, and call Trump’s former campaign chairman Paul Manafort a “grave counterintelligence threat”.

 

Defiant Trump Seeks Putin Meeting After Report Finds He Lied To Mueller About Russia

As Trump seeks a meeting with Vladimir Putin just months before the election, the Senate Intelligence Committee finally published a sweeping report on what went down between Russia and the 2016 Trump campaign.

 

Collusion Back In Focus As Robert Mueller Connects President Trump Campaign To Russian Agent

MSNBC analyst Elise Jordan and NYT’s Nick Confessore on the many secretive connections between the Trump campaign and Russian officials

 

Trump campaign rhetoric aligned with Russian propaganda

Clinton Watts, former FBI special agent, talks with Rachel Maddow about how Donald Trump’s parroting of Russian fake news and propaganda aided the Russian effort to interfere in the U.S. election.

 

Political Strains In West Serve Vladimir Putin Goals

Rachel Maddow looks at the role of NATO and the European Union keep Russian power in check and how the weakening of those institutions serve Vladimir Putin’s global power strategy.

 

Russia Seeks Parity With US On Cyber-Power

Rachel Maddow reports on the testimony before the House Intelligence Committee hearing on Donald Trump and Russian cyber attacks and points out Russia’s desire to be seen as equal to the US in the sphere of cyber-power.

 

Navy Admiral Calls out Trump…. The Truth

With the White House behind him, a Rear Admiral (Ret.) Michael Smith uses a new television ad to tell Donald Trump that he is “putting him on notice,” and calling for the truth to come out on Trump’s ties to Russia. Smith closes the ad by demanding Speaker Paul Ryan and Majority Leader Mitch McConnell let plans for an independent commission to pass Congress

 

17 Intelligence Agencies Has Confirmed Russia Engaged in Hacking to Influence the 2016 Election, yet TRUMP denies it.

 

Trump’s Hidden Calls with Putin

 

ABC News In-depth – It’s the story of the century: The US President and his connections to Russia.

In part one of this three-part series, Four Corners follows the money trail from New York to Moscow, tracking the ties between Donald Trump, his business empire and Russia.

 

Trump/Russia: Secrets, spies and useful idiots (2/3) | Four Corners

In episode two of this three-part series, Four Corners speaks to key protagonists at the centre of the unfolding drama over members of Donald Trump’s team accused of being compromised by Russia.

 

Trump/Russia: Moscow rules (3/3) | Four Corners

Four Corners investigates Russia’s endgame and the motivation behind its extraordinary interference in the US Presidential elections.

 

Trump’s false statements at the Presidential Debates

 

Trump Exhibits Traits of Narcissistic Personality Disorder

 

Psychiatrist Warns That Trump Has Become More ‘Psychotic’ As Trials Get Closer

Per the article referenced in the above video at; salon.com/2024/02/02/either-malpractice-or-criminal-dr-justin-frank-on-power-and

Donald Trump has repeatedly shown that he is a lawless person — but his malign influence extends far beyond himself.

We are a society more divided than united. Many of us are anti-intellectual and don’t want to think. That makes such people attracted to strongmen and bullies like Trump. Trump has made his followers reject the truth for alternate facts – and that makes most of us insecure and uncertain about what to believe.

Trump’s “dangerous charisma” attracts already corrupt and ethically compromised people into his orbit. He also exerts a malignant perfidious influence over people who are vulnerable to such energy and temptations, but for whatever reason have not yet fully surrendered to them. This is a defining feature of dangerous leaders.

Dr. Frank continues to warn about Trump’s extremely dangerous mind and overall pattern of behavior and why as seen with the second E. Jean Carroll court case for defamation, and escalating threats of violence and retribution against his “enemies”, that the corrupt ex-president will not be stopped by “the walls closing in.” Instead, Dr. Frank predicts that Trump is a malignant narcissist who will go down in a blaze of glory before he ever surrenders or is otherwise made to yield in his assaults on society, human decency, and the rule of law.

From the time Trump was five years old, he hated rules and couldn’t control himself. If Trump didn’t like something, he would convert feelings into immediate action. He threw rocks at a toddler who lived next door when he was five. He punched out his second-grade teacher because he got mad at him. As a father, Trump knocked out his son, Don Jr., when he was in high school because he wasn’t dressed appropriately. Trump has always been like this. As people age, they generally do not change; they instead become more of their true selves. His capacity for self-restraint is becoming a thinner veneer over fundamental destructiveness. He is increasingly no longer able to fake it. This is why Trump is in court acting out, mumbling, being angry and disruptive.

In my opinion, Donald Trump is a “segmental thinker”. He lives in the moment and is attracted by a shiny object and forgets everything else.

The main thing that I am worried about is the complacency of the public and specifically the country’s leaders and law enforcement and other people in positions of authority and power who are still letting Trump run wild. Trump is extremely dangerous. Trump does not believe in laws and rules. He wants to be a lawless dictator. This is why I continue to share my conclusion, based on the evidence, that Donald Trump appears to be psychotic. He is a person who is detached from reality. Even with the trials and other pressures, Trump is not capable of breaking down, of being cowed and/or broken. If anything, Trump will go down in flames if he goes down at all. Trump is an extreme narcissist who will destroy anyone who has ever done anything to hurt him, to oppose him, or defy him.

 

Ex-Mayor of New York Michael Bloomberg Calls Donald Trump a Con Man

 

Eight Women Accuse Trump of Assault

 

176 Shocking Things Donald Trump Has Done This Election

 

Jailing Hillary!? Trump’s Outrageous Case for Dictatorship

 

Why Donald Trump is Obsessed with Dictators

 

Donald Trump and His Uncanny Resemblance to Horror

 

Reports that Russia is trying to disrupt our election. Is Donald Trump a Russian Agent?

The above videos show what a threat TRUMP is to the United States and the World.

 

 

As you can see from the list above, Republicans has done tremendous damage to the United States and the American people.

If Republicans emails were to be hacked, stolen and published for the world to see, I’m sure people would be outraged by the contents of Republican’s emails. Just imagine what could be found in Trump’s campaign emails or emails from Republican congressmen.

Assange only seemed to care about his personal vendetta against Hillary, and to hell with the people of the United States who suffered from Trump’s DISASTROUS Presidency.

Why does Julian Assange have a vendetta against Hillary? It may be because according to various reports, she called on President Obama to prosecute the Wikileaks site after its 2010 leak of State Department cables.

Let’s not forget that Assange conspired with Russia to influence the outcome of an election and is therefore a threat to the National Security of the United States.

Admiral Michael S. Rogers, the head of the National Security Agency and the Commander of the U.S. Cyber Command has stated “There shouldn’t be any doubt in anybody’s mind,” he says, “This was not something that was done casually. This was not something that was done by chance. This was not a target that was selected purely arbitrarily. This was a conscious effort by a nation state to achieve a specific effect” as documented in a article and video at http://theslot.jezebel.com/nsa-head-openly-accuses-russia-of-using-wikileaks-to-ge-1789051302

 

 

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