Vault 7: CIA can stage fake Russian hacking to undermine

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    Anyone, and I mean anyone, who is in a position where at least half the country believe they might have a hidden Russian agenda, would release their tax returns to prove they are innocent... that is IF they were innocent.

    I seriously can not comprehend how Trump supporters can not see that there has to be a reason why Trump is fighting so hard NOT to release his tax returns and prove once and for all that he is not in Russia's back pocket.
     
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    THIS.
     
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    I do not understand why Trump doesn't clean up the "Swamp" in the FBI and CIA. The only reason I can think of is that he thinks he can control them without firing them all. I would get rid of half of them, starting from the top down.
     
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    Roger Stone denies report that he had contact with Assange in 2016


    By Maegan Vazquez, CNN
    Updated 1:35 PM ET, Tue March 13, 2018

    Washington (CNN)Former Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone denied a report Tuesday that he told associates he was in contact with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in 2016.

    An unnamed source told The Washington Post that Stone had a phone conversation with Assange in the spring of 2016. Ahead of any public knowledge about Democratic email leaks, Stone told the source he had learned WikiLeaks had obtained emails from the Democratic National Committee and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman, John Podesta.
    During the campaign, Stone said in interviews and speeches that he was in touch with WikiLeaks, and he posted tweets in October 2016 that seemingly predicted the Podesta leaks. The Washington Post report suggests that in addition to these public statements, Stone was even more candid in private conversations about ties to WikiLeaks.
    Sam Nunberg, the Trump associate who went on a national media spree last week saying he would not comply with special counsel Robert Mueller's demand to hand over his emails pertaining to the campaign (he later backed down), also told the Post that Stone had contact with Assange in
    On CNN's "Anderson Cooper 360" Monday night, Nunberg said that Stone -- who he has called a mentor -- was "a subject" in the special counsel's investigation.
    "I think it's pretty obvious that they're asking me about Roger Stone and Julian Assange," Nunberg said, later adding, "At the very least, he is a subject."
    Stone, who briefly served as a Trump campaign adviser early in the race, strongly denied contact with Assange despite earlier public claims that he's spoken with him. He was dismissive of Nunberg's most recent claims, saying in a statement to CNN on Tuesday that his protege misinterpreted a joke.
    "Late one Friday night, when I was trying to get Sam off the phone, Sam asked if I had plans for the weekend and I said I was 'flying to London to have dinner with Julian Assange' -- a joke -- and hung up," Stone said, later adding that Nunberg "was too intense to figure out it was a joke."
    "My passport shows I never left the country in 2015 or 2016 and surveillance cameras for a guy in a virtual gulag at the Ecuadorian Embassy show he never left there and I never arrived there," Stone continued, referring to Assange.
    Stone also denied knowing about any leaks beforehand or receiving "any allegedly hacked material from any source and pass them on to Donald Trump or the Trump campaign."
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    CIA? NSA? Nahhh. Script kiddies with delusions of grandeur.
    Neither CIA nor NSA, nor, for that matter, FBI nor DEA, nor any other U.S. government agency has the time of day for any of that or the condescension to respond with any comment whatsoever, unless it is to announce an indictment with the warrant, due process and all that paperwork fully in order. Some of that wikileaks stuff is a little bit off.
     
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    Is this a vault of conspiracy theory?
     
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    There is no unified "Russian" agenda. There are various more-or-less competing factions of Russian, Central and Eastern European, and former U.S.S.R. воры в законе ("thieves in law") who do have a hidden agenda, but that agenda is so broad and deep that it is not something that can simply be "brought to light" by swatting it with the newspaper. These people are experts at P.R. and manipulating the new media, like the newspaper Правда during the cold war.

    There is bound to be quite a bit of disinformation and prapaganda and subtle twisting of the facts in there.
     

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