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^^I'm hopeful that more information re: Russian corruption is made public after Biden takes office.

If, as McCabe claims, "There is some very, very serious, very specific undeniable intelligence that has NOT come out ... that would risk casting the president in a very negative light." then it should be made public. US citizens deserve to know these details UNLESS it compromises people in the IC. 

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Russian hacker group REvil claims massive attack on televangelist Kenneth Copeland - who responded to Biden victory with bizarre fake laugh - and threatens to release 1.2 terrabytes of 'sensitive' data if he refuses to pay their ransom

 

The Russian hacker group known as REvil has named televangelist Kenneth Copeland as its latest victim, threatening to release 1.2 terrabytes of sensitive data if he declines to pay their unspecified ransom demands.

 

REvil on Wednesday issued a statement saying it had taken over the servers of Kenneth Copeland Ministries, the Texas-based international church of the prominent 83-year-old pastor.

 

'Absolutely all servers and working computers of the company are hacked and encrypted,' the group said in the statement on the Dark Web, which was reviewed by DailyMail.com.

 

REvil released images of a file library purporting to show the stolen data, and claiming the information included 'financial documents, contracts, bank documents, sales history, [and] emails.'

 

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37 minutes ago, LadySkinsFan said:

Kasich is a Republican. If a Republican supports the Republican Party platform, they support corporations over human beings.

 

Well, Biden is going to try and reach out to those kinds of Republicans and meet them were they are. Thats what he has always said he will do and what we voted for. I just hope at some point he realizes it wont get him any place. 

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1 hour ago, Llevron said:

 

Well, Biden is going to try and reach out to those kinds of Republicans and meet them were they are. Thats what he has always said he will do and what we voted for. I just hope at some point he realizes it wont get him any place. 

 

I agree. As long as Republicans don't move off of their far right wing platform, there's no hope for them. President Clinton moved the Democratic Party way far right to a more centrist from traditional Democrat values that we are still paying the price for. Republicans opened up their party to the John Birchers that moved their party way way right and the Republicans devolved into the white supremist and fascist party it is now. 

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Russian Media Wants Moscow to Grant Asylum to Trump

 

Russian state media—a reliable barometer of the mood at the Kremlin—remains fixated on election-related events in America. Affectionately referring to Donald Trump as “our Donald,” “Trumpusha” and “Comrade Trump,” Russian lawmakers, experts and pundits repeatedly have expressed their concerns about the future of Moscow’s all-time favorite U.S. president.

 

Co-host of Russian state TV news talk show 60 Minutes Olga Skabeeva brought up the possibility that President Trump would end up seeking asylum in Russia to escape any prosecutions in the United States following the conclusion of his sole presidential term. Skabeeva emphasized that this was by no means a joking matter: “It’s all very serious,” she said, as she pondered out loud about the nature of criminal charges Trump might soon be facing.


Experts in the studio enthusiastically discussed the likelihood of Trump being charged with a bevy of offenses from tax evasion to fraud and sexual assault. They concurred that Trump’s presidential pardon would not help him in state cases, unlike the recently advanced constitutional amendment in Russia that secured lifetime immunity from criminal prosecution for the country’s former presidents. Russian President Vladimir Putin can relate to Trump on a very personal level—not only where it comes to a ruthless pursuit of power, but also with respect to the intense fear of accountability if that power was to ever slip away. 

 

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On 12/9/2020 at 8:31 PM, China said:

Russian Media Wants Moscow to Grant Asylum to Trump

 

Russian state media—a reliable barometer of the mood at the Kremlin—remains fixated on election-related events in America. Affectionately referring to Donald Trump as “our Donald,” “Trumpusha” and “Comrade Trump,” Russian lawmakers, experts and pundits repeatedly have expressed their concerns about the future of Moscow’s all-time favorite U.S. president.

 

Co-host of Russian state TV news talk show 60 Minutes Olga Skabeeva brought up the possibility that President Trump would end up seeking asylum in Russia to escape any prosecutions in the United States following the conclusion of his sole presidential term. Skabeeva emphasized that this was by no means a joking matter: “It’s all very serious,” she said, as she pondered out loud about the nature of criminal charges Trump might soon be facing.


Experts in the studio enthusiastically discussed the likelihood of Trump being charged with a bevy of offenses from tax evasion to fraud and sexual assault. They concurred that Trump’s presidential pardon would not help him in state cases, unlike the recently advanced constitutional amendment in Russia that secured lifetime immunity from criminal prosecution for the country’s former presidents. Russian President Vladimir Putin can relate to Trump on a very personal level—not only where it comes to a ruthless pursuit of power, but also with respect to the intense fear of accountability if that power was to ever slip away. 

 

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Who else had Moscow as Trump's post fleeing America landing point???????????

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Russian nuclear submarine test-fires 4 missiles

 

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In this photo taken from video distributed by Russian Defense Ministry Press Service, Intercontinental ballistic missiles are launched by the Vladimir Monomakh nuclear submarine of the Russian navy from the Sera of Okhotsk, Russia, Saturday, Dec. 12, 2020. The submarine successfully test-fired four intercontinental ballistic missiles in a show of readiness of the nation's nuclear deterrent. (Russian Defense Ministry Press Service via AP)

 

 

A Russian nuclear submarine on Saturday successfully test-fired four intercontinental ballistic missiles in a show of readiness of Moscow’s nuclear forces amid tension with the U.S.

 

The Defense Ministry said that the Vladimir Monomakh submarine of the Pacific Fleet launched four Bulava missiles in quick succession from an underwater position in the Sea of Okhotsk. Their dummy warheads hit their designated targets on the Chiza shooting range in the Arkhangelsk region in northwestern Russia more than 5,500 kilometers (over 3,400 miles) away, the ministry said in a statement.

 

The Vladimir Monomakh is one of the new Borei-class nuclear submarines that carry 16 Bulava missiles each and are intended to serve as the core of the naval component of the nation’s nuclear forces for decades to come. Another submarine of the same type performed a similar launch of four Bulava missiles in 2018 — a costly demonstration of the efficiency of the country’s nuclear deterrent mimicking the conditions of a major nuclear conflict.

 

In a report to President Vladimir Putin, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that Saturday’s launch wrapped up large-scale drills of Russia’s strategic nuclear forces that began Wednesday. As part of those maneuvers, another Russian nuclear submarine also performed a practice launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile from the Barents Sea, a ground-based ICBM was launched from the Plesetsk facility in northwestern Russia and Tu-160 and Tu-95 strategic bombers fired cruise missiles at test targets at an Arctic range.

 

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