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Democrats stole Trump Campaign Data

There is a big pile of data recently released by Wikileaks on the inner workings the Democratic National Committee. Wikileaks did not curate the emails beyond making them searchable and seperating the attachments and emails marked as spam. The mainstream press has gotten a few stories from the email trove, but avoided discussing their culpability in the sometimes criminal behavior and election fraud outlined therein.

 

Leaked DNC emails reveal DNC and Clinton selling White House tours for campaign cash

Hillary Clinton used to live in a big White House with her husband. She hopes to live there again. She does not own this big White House, nor does her former boss President Obama. The people of the United States own this big White House. We let our most important public servant live there. Despite not owning or living in the big White House, Hillary Clinton makes money arranging tours of the big White House and shares it with her friends.

 

Leaked Emails prove DNC suppressed voters to favor Clinton in Rhode Island.

A properly defrauded election has multiple components. Predictive polling is needed to keep the level of fraud within the margin or error of exit polls. The exit polls must be skewed by a low voter turnout through a variety of methods of suppression. In the case of Rhode Island the fingerprints of the DNC are all over voter suppression and a resultant cover up.

 

Leaked Emails reveal DNC, Clinton and the Whitehouse vetting and controlling Black Lives Matter Activists

The Democratic party is where social movements go to die" is a saying so old I can not attribute the original quote. In this particular case, the Democratic National Committee was standing ready with a shovel as President Obama leaned in for the eulogy and the Clinton Campaign carried the coffin. Black Lives Matter is not dead, but Clinton needs it brought to heel and buried alive.

 

Local activist files suit for access to exit polling data, Dead witness blocks path to truth

Local election integrity activist Peter Johnson filed suit in federal court yesterday, July 11, against Edison Media Research Inc. (EMR), a New Jersey company that conducts exit polls that media outlets rely on to report election results.

 

Soon the police will send a robot to kill you for the wrong tweet

The military has been using drones in a lethal capacity for over a decade. The current administration has decided to increase the use of drones, and the number of civilian casualties overseas has increased. Drones have been used for the extrajudicial execution of American citizens overseas without trial. Senator Feinstein profits directly from the drone war.

 

Arbitrary and secret detention from Guantanamo Bay to Grant Hospital in Columbus

Jamison Edgerley is in Grant Hospital on the seventh floor. He has had multiple surgeries in the last week. Most of his large intestine has been removed. Police bullets have also shattered his hand, utterly destroying bone and nerves. He may loose complete use of it. He is there because of a volley of police gunfire that struck him through a privacy fence on the night of July 4.

 

Activists stage weekend of protests against the death of Henry Green and others at hands of police

After the murder of police murders of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge and Philando Castile in St Paul, activists working for justice for the murder of Henry Green V redoubled their efforts with two events in two days and the promise of many more to come. Both were attended by large crowds. The mood at the first was somber and defiant while the mood at the second was just defiant.

 

Two days, Two black men killed on video, two new laws to protect police.

The video rolls into this office faster than it can be processed. American police have celebrated the nation's independence with a wave of public executions bringing the total number of unarmed black men killed to 115 in 2016. That is more than twice the number killed in the Pulse Nightclub massacre carried out by private security contractor and former prison guard Omar Mateen.

 

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