bdog 29

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  1. ok champ
  2. I believe everything the MSM tells me just like you believe everything you read on random right-wing websites. I'll trust the decades of work and trust places like Time Magazine and the New York Times have over the likes of the Forensicator any day of the week. With that said, I will always ignore information from BS outlets. Why waste precious keystrokes debating and discussing conspiracy theories. You're just as likely to catch me arguing with a guy who claims aliens abducted him as you are to see me seriously debating the **** you post on here. You can't reason with BS and I won't waste my time trying.
  3. Smh I can't believe this dude threw out that ridiculous comparison. It'd be like saying that once you quit your job you have access to all of the sensitive files and resources you had before you left. Binney, from the looks of it, is a hack. He and his group also claimed Israel would attack Iran in 2010 and that the Russian invasion of Ukraine in 2014 was a hoax. People giving credence to stupid, ridiculous sources smh
  4. ok guy
  5. But your sources are usually blogs some dude created last week. Ok guy. I'll trust a medium like the NY Times or Time Magazine which have been operating for decades over The Forensicator.
  6. I'm pretty sure I kindly requested that you don't quote me because you have nothing of value to say. Please sir, don't waste my time with foolishness.
  7. Yes, that's exactly what I'm saying. Donald J. Trump was not wiretapped at the request of Barack H. Obama in the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand and Sixteen. That idiot may have gotten conversations recorded by talking to people under active investigation and surveillance but he was not specifically wiretapped. Please, show me otherwise from a reputable source.
  8. I'll be honest, I don't get your point. And I agree with you a bit. At the end of the day, the citizenry chose. But I think a foreign government spreading literally fake news stories is completely different than smear campaigns which stretch the truth or frame it in a certain light. And at the end of the day, that stuff is all internal. It's kinda like how you can pick on your little brother but as soon as someone else does it's an issue. What Russia did and is doing has consequences beyond smear campaigns. For one, our president seems to believe a lot of the fake news (millions of illegals voted) and is acting on that with this voter commission. And all of this stuff has actively pitted citizen against citizen.
  9. Inside the Kremlin's Hall of Mirrors Inside Russia's Social Media War on America Russia paid over 1,000 trolls to create news stories to push in swing states Not to mention James Clapper, James Comey, and Admiral Roger's testimonies before Congress saying that Russia pushed fake news to help Trump and hurt Hillary before the election. If you're really denying that at this point, I'll just take it to mean you don't care that Russia has the ability to influence America.
  10. You really don't see why I have an issue with this, even aside from what he posted? None of them are in the jobs they list. Am I really supposed to believe they have access to the files and documents they would when they were actually active? And that organization has been wrong before (Israel attacking Iraq and Russia invading Ukraine). I'm hoping you don't think I'm just dismissing it because I don't like what they're saying. I read the whole report but when someone is making claims like they are, I like to research their history and think through whether what they're saying makes plausible sense. In this case, I just don't see how they have access to this stuff.
  11. Lol nice, I'm hoping I'll be able to pull that off at my next job. But you know this is something those right-wing blogs and conspiracy sites do a lot. Post long lists of nothing because they don't think anyone will actually look into it. It usually works because the types of people that frequent those sites are just looking for anything to validate what they want so they don't care about sources. As soon as you you look into this stuff though, it falls a part quicker than wet paper. So anyway, like I said @marla_mulder or @Vicious could you provide me with legitimate articles on Hillary and Ukraine, leaks, or DNC hacking? Thanks.
  12. Wow, this is beautiful. Had I had the time I may have done so too. But just looking up what that organization was was more than enough.
  13. It's like an old elementary teacher used to tell me. Never be loud and wrong. Yelling "FACT" about personal opinions and things which have been verified as false (Obama wiretapping Trump). More gems from our "unbiased centrist" Get yourself together man, you sound unhinged.
  14. I'm sure all of these people did fine work in their careers but I'm a bit skeptical since they're all either retired or not in the positions they list. I don't work in intelligence or anything but I do work with classified info. If I left my job right now, I wouldn't have access to any of this info or even the resources that were used to get it. I'm sure Intelligence is like this times 100. So I guess I'd question how they're getting their info. And good on them for telling Bush not to go into Iraq but everything I'm reading tells me they were saying Saddam had chemical weapons which he'd use on our soldiers. A lot of people said we shouldn't go into Iraq back then (even President Obama) so I don't know why they deserve more because of it, especially since their rationale was wrong. Add to that the fact that this same group said that Israel would invade Iran in 2010 and that Russia didn't actually invade Ukraine in 2014 and you can see why I'm taking all of this with a grain of salt.
  15. But training camp is right around the corner