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1 hour ago, visionary said:

 

Among the things that Trump and McConnell should be investigated for, this ought to be included. McConnell has fought improving our national election security. Trump dismantled watchdog groups.

 

We are less safe because of the Republicans. We are less free.

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But let somebody make the Proud Boys look bad, and the Trump administration will rush to defend their reputation. Despite the fact that Trump has never heard of them, and has no idea who they are. 

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Russian Oligarch Killed in Outdoor Sauna With Crossbow

 

A Russian oligarch, nicknamed The Sausage King, has been murdered with a crossbow, investigators say.

Vladimir Marugov and his partner were in an outdoor sauna cabin when they were attacked, reportedly by two masked assailants.

The woman managed to escape through the window and call the police.

Detectives found the body of Mr. Marugov, who owned some of Russia's largest meat-processing plants, in the sauna with a crossbow next to it.

 

 

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-54782634

 

 

 

Okay, who guessed The Sausage King in the Sauna with a Crossbow?

 

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The Kremlin keeps quiet on the election as the outcome remains unclear.

 

The Kremlin is staying mum on the outcome of the U.S. presidential election, even as Russia’s state-controlled news media echoes the Trump campaign’s unsubstantiated claims of fraud.

 

“The situation that is developing does not allow us to comment in any way,” Dmitri S. Peskov, the spokesman for President Vladimir V. Putin, told reporters on Thursday, the first remarks from the Russian government on the American election. “We would, of course, prefer to take a pause and wait for some kind of clarity on what is going on.”

 

Pro-Kremlin media personalities have amplified President Trump’s claims that the counting of votes is rigged against him as his path to re-election grows increasingly narrow.

 

Margarita Simonyan, head of the state-controlled Russian television network RT, called the elections “neither free nor fair” in a post on Twitter. 

 

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Any bets that If Biden wins, the Russians will let slip some "evidence" that they helped him do it to throw fuel on the fires?

 

~Bang

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1 hour ago, Bang said:

Any bets that If Biden wins, the Russians will let slip some "evidence" that they helped him do it to throw fuel on the fires?

 

~Bang

 

"Ukraine did it".  

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1 hour ago, Bang said:

Any bets that If Biden wins, the Russians will let slip some "evidence" that they helped him do it to throw fuel on the fires?

 

~Bang

I don't think they would because Trump would believe them and order nukes launched at Moscow, shouting, "No one double deals me!"

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3 hours ago, Bang said:

Any bets that If Biden wins, the Russians will let slip some "evidence" that they helped him do it to throw fuel on the fires?

 

~Bang

 

That would be essentially admitting to an act of war.  It’d take some huge ****ing balls.  I don’t know if they are willing to bet that big.  Especially if it is true that Vlad is planning to retire next year.

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43 minutes ago, TheGreatBuzz said:

 

That would be essentially admitting to an act of war.  It’d take some huge ****ing balls.  I don’t know if they are willing to bet that big.  Especially if it is true that Vlad is planning to retire next year.

 

I'd be surprised if Vlad retires next year, especially since his term doesn't end until 2024.

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9 hours ago, TheGreatBuzz said:

 

That would be essentially admitting to an act of war.  It’d take some huge ****ing balls.  I don’t know if they are willing to bet that big.  Especially if it is true that Vlad is planning to retire next year.

No,, they don't admit it.. they just plant it, then do the usual "Who, us?" denial game.

The entire plan is to sow discord. Make it so no matter how obvious it is, which it has been from the get go, that there is no consensus accepted that it happened, that no matter what is discovered roughly 40% of the country would fight against that evidence to the point of perhaps large scale violence. (Also known as "The Overall Goal").

We're there. If they planted it, the entirety of the GOP would believe it and go lockstep along with everything they are manipulated to say.  

we already know they did it in 2016, and we did nothing about it except make it easier for them to do it again.
They have absolutely nothing to fear.

 

~Bang

11 hours ago, Burgold said:

I don't think they would because Trump would believe them and order nukes launched at Moscow, shouting, "No one double deals me!"

Trump would be part of it, either knowingly or as the unwitting dupe. He'd believe it, and he'd MUCH MUCH MUCH prefer to fight Americans than the Russians. So would his followers. (Well, i should say, it is much much much easier for him to goad his followers into fighting Americans. These people believed in a child sex cult operarting out of the basement of a building that has no basement. Reality literally doesn't matter at all.)

Ask them who their biggest enemies in the world are, and they will point straight at their neighbor.

 

~Bang

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think of all the trump world henchmen past, present, and future, who are deciding to exploit the still existing trumpism to protect and advance their career and financial self-interests...and think of how much more open they (maybe even all the way up to guys like graham and cruz, who know)  may be to future russian disinformation and other plans that will serve their own goals

 

while other nations play games too, for over a decade here has been almost exact parallels of topics and exact phrasings between russian-sowed material and american right wing media across the board though obviously not all outlets at the same level or connection, and it's  increasing dramatically over the last five years, no doubt largely due to its towering pinnacle of success in the 2016 election (if chaos/division/disruption at a crippling level was their "only" goal, mission accomplished

 

 

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'Are We Getting Invaded?' U.S. Boats Faced Russian Aggression Near Alaska

 

ANCHORAGE, Alaska — The crew of the Bristol Leader was laying out its long cod-catching line well within U.S. fishing territory in the Bering Sea when a voice crackled over the VHF radio and began issuing commands: The ship was in danger, it said, and needed to move.

 

The warnings, coming in a mixture of Russian and accented English from a plane buzzing overhead, grew more specific and more urgent. There was a submarine nearby, the voice said. Missiles were being fired. Leave the area.

 

Other U.S. fishing vessels that were scattered over 100 miles of open sea were getting similar messages. Capt. Steve Elliott stood dumbfounded on the trawler Vesteraalen as three Russian warships came barreling through, barking orders of their own. On the ship Blue North, commands from a Russian plane led Capt. David Anderson to contact the U.S. Coast Guard, wondering how to protect his crew of 27.

 

The Russian military operations in August inside the U.S. economic zone off the coast of Alaska were the latest in a series of escalated encounters across the North Pacific and the Arctic, where the retreat of polar ice continues to draw new commercial and military traffic. This year, the Russian military has driven a new nuclear-powered icebreaker straight to the North Pole, dropped paratroopers into a high-Arctic archipelago to perform a mock battle and repeatedly flown bombers to the edge of U.S. airspace.

 

As seas warmed by climate change open new opportunities for oil exploration and trade routes, the U.S. Coast Guard now finds itself monitoring a range of new activity: cruise ships promising a voyage through waters few have ever seen, research vessels trying to understand the changing landscape, tankers carrying new gas riches, and shipping vessels testing new passageways that sailors of centuries past could only dream of.

 

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54 minutes ago, China said:

'Are We Getting Invaded?' U.S. Boats Faced Russian Aggression Near Alaska

 

ANCHORAGE, Alaska — The crew of the Bristol Leader was laying out its long cod-catching line well within U.S. fishing territory in the Bering Sea when a voice crackled over the VHF radio and began issuing commands: The ship was in danger, it said, and needed to move.

 

The warnings, coming in a mixture of Russian and accented English from a plane buzzing overhead, grew more specific and more urgent. There was a submarine nearby, the voice said. Missiles were being fired. Leave the area.

 

Other U.S. fishing vessels that were scattered over 100 miles of open sea were getting similar messages. Capt. Steve Elliott stood dumbfounded on the trawler Vesteraalen as three Russian warships came barreling through, barking orders of their own. On the ship Blue North, commands from a Russian plane led Capt. David Anderson to contact the U.S. Coast Guard, wondering how to protect his crew of 27.

 

The Russian military operations in August inside the U.S. economic zone off the coast of Alaska were the latest in a series of escalated encounters across the North Pacific and the Arctic, where the retreat of polar ice continues to draw new commercial and military traffic. This year, the Russian military has driven a new nuclear-powered icebreaker straight to the North Pole, dropped paratroopers into a high-Arctic archipelago to perform a mock battle and repeatedly flown bombers to the edge of U.S. airspace.

 

As seas warmed by climate change open new opportunities for oil exploration and trade routes, the U.S. Coast Guard now finds itself monitoring a range of new activity: cruise ships promising a voyage through waters few have ever seen, research vessels trying to understand the changing landscape, tankers carrying new gas riches, and shipping vessels testing new passageways that sailors of centuries past could only dream of.

 

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Ho Lee Chit 😲

 

 

 

 

 

 

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