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Private Email of Top U.S. Russia Intelligence Official Hacked

On Tuesday morning, a hacker going by the name of “Johnnie Walker” sent out a group email to an unknown number of recipients claiming to have a trove of emails from the private account of a U.S. intelligence official.

“The U.S. State Department officer’s email has been hacked,” the email announced, and included at least two years’ worth of personal emails from the private gmail account of a State Department official working in the secretive intelligence arm of the State Department focusing on Russia.

The sender said the archive included exchanges between the official and “CIA officers and other intelligence agencies, mainstream media, NGOs and international funds” that would “give you evidence of who is responsible for agenda formation in many countries worldwide, especially where the situation is insecure.”


Who wants to bet that we'll see these emails on WikiLeaks later on?

Information Overload (Help!)

With soooo much stuff being thrown at us daily, multiple times a day, I have found myself forgetting about things that have happened months ago. Then I read it in an article and am like, "Oh ya."

I've been looking for websites, that are keeping running tabs of these types of things for quick reference.

So, far I have found a Trump-Russia wiki on Reddit, but I don't think it's been updated in a few weeks.

And, a Trump-Russia time line on Bill Moyer.

Does anyone know of any other sites that are keeping track of this stuff in more than an article format?

Donald Trump Jr.s Emails Sound Like the Steele Dossier

The president’s son offers evidence Trump’s team colluded with Putin’s regime.


CREW just posted letter from DOJ. Priebus part of Russian investigation?


Kushner's security clearance?

Sorry if this has already been discussed.

But, why does he still have it?

More so, why hasn't he been charged with perjury yet?

Docs: Russian attorney Don Jr. met with was attorney for Kremlin run company that laundered money...

inside the U.S. via real estate.

This is from Scott Dworkin's Twitter, just breaking a few minutes ago. Will try to find article with docs.


Notice on the Docs, Preet Bharara is listed as the US attorney.

Listened to Conservative radio on the drive to work this morning...

Here is what he said: "So what if Jr met with a Russian lawyer to get info about Hillary. Why is that so improper? I think it was brilliant."

I don't remember which host said this, I was flipping through, might have been Mark Davis.

But this will be their spin on it today and this week. Just watch.

The secret Trump-Putin meeting

As of right now (11:50 EST), they are still in it. The meeting was expected to be 30 minutes. They have been in the meeting for an hour and 25 minutes now...

The Handshake (Observations with links)

This last weekend I spent a considerable amount of time on YouTube watching previous interactions with Putin and Obama. While the news all weekend was discussing, my mind kept wondering back to a picture I will never forget. The ones of Obama and Putin coming face to face at the 2016 G20 summit.

This was after we had learned that Russia had meddled in our elections. Obama looked at him like an adversary. It was stern, it was forceful. It wasn't friendly.

Then we see the first handshake between Trump and Putin this morning, (on repeat).

Trump was smiling, he looked friendly. His handshake wasn't forceful or aggressive. But that's the thing. We've all seen countless videos of Trump's infamous aggressive handshake, you know the one he does to exert authority.

The thing that sticks out most to me is Trump is a bully and in countless clips we've seen his overly-aggressive handshake, but with Putin, he's Mr. Friendly. I'd ask why that is, but I think that we all know the answer.

"America should have the right to know what the motivations of its leaders are."


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