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https://www.businessinsider.com/doj-investigating-if-trump-violated-espionage-act-classified-records-2022-8

The Justice Department is investigating if former President Donald Trump violated three federal laws involving the handling of national security information when he moved government records from the White House to Mar-a-Lago upon leaving office.

That's according to the right-wing news website Breitbart, which appeared to have obtained the warrant the FBI got to search Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence in south Florida.

Per the warrant, the feds are scrutinizing if Trump broke laws against gathering, transmitting, or losing defense information; the destruction, alteration, or falsification of records; and the concealment, removal, or mutilation of records.

The statute against gathering, transmitting, or losing defense information is a key facet of the Espionage Act. Earlier this afternoon, The Wall Street Journal reported that federal agents recovered 11 sets of classified information when they searched Mar-a-Lago on Monday.

According to the report, some of the classified records were marked top secret and meant to be stored in a special government facility because of their sensitivity. The Washington Post also reported late Thursday that the feds were specifically searching for classified nuclear documents when they executed the warrant at Mar-a-Lago this week.

Asha Rangappa, a former FBI agent and an editor at Just Security, wrote on Twitter that given the highly sensitive nature of the documents, it was "no wonder" the Justice Department pursued a warrant against Trump.

"DOJ, for its part, has frankly shown a willingness to risk national security, at least temporarily, in order to show some deference and courtesy (and benefit if the doubt) to a former POTUS," Rangappa wrote. "I think it's fair to say that if you or I tried this, we'd be arrested on Day 1."
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>>1082289
He wasn't storing them, obviously, no more than you store boxes of documents you need for quick reference until they are taken back.
Obviously the blatant history of the current administration toward the previous one had hampered the testing of this boxes, which are not being stored.
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>>1082286
Making the HUGE leap of faith you aren't just shitposting.
Why would taking top secret documents on nuclear weapons and a dossier on Macron be work related? And even if you can explain that, he was given months to hand the stolen documents back and refused to do it which is why the FBI raided his estate.
This is not about 'hammering out' a process, he stole classified documents, and then when he was asked to return them, he did not.
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>>1082295
Why wouldnt they be work related?
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>>1082296
Proof what work he was doing then.
And answer the question on why he didn't turn the documents he stole back when they were first requested months ago when he already handed over some of the documents then.
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>>1082299
The fuck!
You think i have any information on what work a president does on any given day or why he would need any specific document he has in his possession?
Damn, think before you post.

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FBI agents who searched former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home Monday removed 11 sets of classified documents, including some marked as top secret and meant to be only available in special government facilities, according to documents reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation agents took around 20 boxes of items, binders of photos, a handwritten note and the executive grant of clemency for Mr. Trump’s ally Roger Stone, a list of items removed from the property shows. Also included in the list was information about the “President of France,” according to the three-page list. The list is contained in a seven-page document that also includes the warrant to search the premises which was granted by a federal magistrate judge in Florida.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/fbi-recovered-eleven-sets-of-classified-documents-in-trump-search-inventory-shows-11660324501
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>>1082259
>if I just make stuff up maybe they'll believe me
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>>1082199
Meaning you don't know what's really in the "top secret" files and all the "nuclear codes" craze these past few days has been a speculation?
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If BigT did have documenta he shouldn't have had, they can only give him the Hillary treatment, it's precident afterall.
Should this be a clusterfuck for the FBI, then procesute the ones who supplied the info for and approved the raid for treason, hang them out front immediately.
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>>1082243
The vatnik is in a full melt down because the Russian Army was just got trapped in Kherson and the best case senario is they lose all their heavy vehicles, and worst, they lose 30,000 troops as they get wiped out by HIMARS or starve.
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>>1082294
We are way past the Hillary treatment.
The FBI literally told her (well actually her attorney) what evidence they were looking for and let her and her attorney turn over anything that was relevant to the investigation, while she securely deleted everything else before they could actually look at it themselves. Oh yeah, and she ordered all her aides to destroy all their devices with hammers so that the fbi weren't inconvenienced needing to look at what I'm sure was stuff that had absolutely nothing to do with why she was being investigated

Author of the Satanic Verses, a book containing a controversial depiction of Muhammad, has been living under a call for his death from Iran since 1989. He appears to be in critical condition. The attacker was a Muslim man from New Jersey.

https://www.nytimes.com/live/2022/08/12/nyregion/salman-rushdie-stabbed-new-york

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https://www.foxnews.com/politics/gop-slams-weaponization-doj-after-trumps-mar-a-lago-raided-fbi-dems-call-accountability

After former President Trump's Mar-a-Lago home in Florida was raided by FBI agents, Republicans are slamming the Biden administration and accusing the Department of Justice of "political weaponization," while Democrats are lauding the agency for holding Trump accountable for "wrongdoing."

Intersting how this same DOJ, FBI cannot "see" the second generation of political corruption represented by Nancy Pelosi. She used the Taiwan trip to distract from the scandal of her family making millions off insider trading, and her husbands second DUI.

And Bill Clinton's 26 trips to Epsteins Lolita Island are also invisible to the current DOJ/FBI.

Hunter Biden and Joe Biden just happening to team up on the sweet sale of some oil to a Chinese Company Hunter happens to sit on the board of is invisible to this DOJ/FBI too.

Their official oaths are meaningless.
They by their behavior, are below Banana Republic tier.
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>>1082162
They are already backing off that one and changing their lies lol
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>>1082250
>Lies
>Even Trump admits he had the documents and is now trying to deflect that "Oh I totally declassified them lol"

I hear the sounds of goal posts moving.
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>>1082256
They are already backing off that one and changing their lies lol
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>>1082151
Well he sure as fuck threatened to do it, and got that prosecutor fired.
The new one was given a "do not prosecute" list by the us state department, according to his own claim. When he said he would follow it, they pulled funding from his office.
Real shit. I'll link the article if you want it.
He claimed they pulled funding after he refused to honor the do not prosecute list, and the state dept denied existence of this list and claimdd they pulled funding the year the new prosecutor entered his post out of coincidence
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>>1082285
>The new one was given a "do not prosecute" list by the us state department, according to his own claim
A claim he later admitted was a fucking lie. He actually asked THEM for a "Do not prosecute" list, because he was a corrupt piece of shit. That's why he got fired.
>https://www.unian.info/politics/10520715-ukraine-prosecutor-general-lutsenko-admits-u-s-ambassador-didn-t-give-him-a-do-not-prosecute-list.html

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Democrats are stopped by a federal judge in their latest attempt to rig another election in their favor. Their attempt to bully competition off the ballot has failed
https://www.fltimes.com/news/nation/last-minute-effort-to-keep-green-party-off-nc-ballot-rejected-by-federal-appeals-court/article_90f78b38-136f-5b6e-86cc-184a85dce2b9.html

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A federal appeals court shot down Democrats’ last-ditch effort to keep the North Carolina Green Party off the November ballot, just one day before the state’s deadline for printing ballots.

It’s not the last word on the case in the courts, but any further potential ruling would likely come after ballots have already been printed with the Green Party’s candidates listed.

This means that the Green Party’s candidate for U.S. Senate, Matthew Hoh, will almost certainly join the contentious race between Democrat Cheri Beasley and Republican Ted Budd. A Libertarian, Shannon Bray, is also running.

Michael Trudeau, the Green candidate for state Senate district 16, would be included on ballots as well.

“As tomorrow is the deadline for finalizing ballot preparation we believe this decision by the 4th Circuit keeps Michael Trudeau and me on the ballot in November,” Hoh said in a statement after Thursday’s ruling by the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

Michael Trudeau, the Green candidate for state Senate district 16, would be included on ballots as well.


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>>1081918
democrats always turn up guilty of whatever they accuse their opponents of. predectable as well as sad!
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Are republicucks really going to ignore that the GOP does the exact same thing to the Libertarian Party? Both parties try their hardest to enforce the de facto two-party duopoly by blocking third parties competing for a similar demographic from entering elections, trying to turn this into a partisan issue just goes to show how little these people actually care about fixing the systemic issues within our electoral system.
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Shameful.
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>>1082228
This is the honest answer that no magat will touch because they're afraid of anything remotely resembling nuance. Both parties eagerly gerrymander themselves the safest seats possible, suppress any third party that tries to emerge, and openly take bribes (what else do you call campaign donations?). So, I choose the party that is the lesser of two evils. The one that at least doesn't try to overthrow elections via angry mobs.

How can they stomach pretending to believe the bullshit all the time? I for one don't believe Biden when he says the Inflation Reduction Act will reduce inflation any time soon, and don't feel the need to pretend to. Why do magats constantly embarrass themselves every time he says something like "maybe bleach is the cure to coronavirus?" I picked the lesser of two evils, why the fuck should I pretend to be proud of it? Fuck the GOP, fuck the Democrats, fuck Joe Biden, but mostly, fuck Donald.
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>>1082269
>How can they stomach pretending to believe the bullshit all the time?
Idk how do you stomach it?
You tell me
One side is just less content with dealing with the corruption and bullshit. That doesn't make them the bad guys. It makes them the ones willing to act

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Y'all Qaeda back at it again.


Ohio State Highway Patrol officers reportedly exchanged fire Thursday morning with a man who tried to break into an FBI building in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Interstate I-71 North was shut down after the suspect drove away from the scene and reportedly started firing at police from a cornfield, NBC 15 News reported. FBI negotiators have also arrived on the scene.

FBI officials at the Cincinnati field office confirmed to WLWT that the situation began after the armed man showed up at the office and made potential threats.

The suspect was described as a white male over police scanner traffic, according to the News Journal.

“Blood splatter on his shorts. Right thigh area,” an officer in a police helicopter said over the radio. “Part of windshield shot out ... Suspect on knees, holding rifle.”

"Rifle down for the moment. He is on his knees,” the officer added about 15 minutes later.


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>>1081945
We should kill every single politician who want us to pay taxes.
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>>1081658
the FBI as done some pretty evil shit, worst then the ATF by far
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>>1081972
How would your mom collect her welfare check and food stamps? How would you?
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>>1081972
Name a single successful country that doesn't collect taxes.
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>>1081943
>I should only listen to the voices in my head and racists on /pol/

So, /news/, how does it feel to be the chan’s most popular board?
https://www.cbsnews.com/amp/news/trump-mar-a-lago-search-warrant-video-photos/
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>>1082227
>So how did you come to this conclusion?
Did I not explain this enough or are you trying to play games and score a cheap gotcha?

>Arrest records tell you whether or not someone is in ANTIFA?
Arrest records give you the persons name and then it's easy to find their social media. For example Matthew Dolloff, the guy who got away with murder shooting a pro-Trump protester after being slapped in the face. While he claims to have no affiliation with Antifa his facebook is full of anti-fascism, anti-police, anti-Trump, and pro-left posts. So clearly he's a 1/6th Trumper, right?

>That's incoherent, anon.
A bunch of people dressed up in black with communist symbols assaulting people in the streets are antifa. I'm not playing this game with you.

>I have no idea.
Right. Whatever.

>But you don't really know, you're just kind of guessing.
Just like I'm kinda guessing the people at the Capitol on 1/6th were to the right. I don't have any proof of this, I didn't look through any facebook profiles. I'm just assuming.

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>>1082232
>Did I not explain this enough or are you trying to play games and score a cheap gotcha?
I mean, so far when I've asked you how you came to the conclusion that the violence in all of those cities your answer was "well I've seen some videos of violence and those people just kind of looked like ANTIFA". My contention is that this is an incoherent criteria.

>Arrest records give you the persons name and then it's easy to find their social media.
So you looked through the arrest records of the hundreds of thousands of people who attended rallies in all of these cities, looked up their social media profiles and matched ANTIFA people to all of the violence you claimed they exclusively initiated?

>A bunch of people dressed up in black with communist symbols assaulting people in the streets are antifa. I'm not playing this game with you.
But that's not what you said. What you said is that they were just behaving the way you think ANTIFA people behave. Its not a game, anon, its just that your criteria is incoherent. Its not based on anything but your strong gut feeling.

>Right. Whatever.
What part about this answer doesn't make sense to you?
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>>1082232
>You are the first motherfucker on this website I've met to imply otherwise.
Then you've been speaking to mostly morons. I think to call someone a nazi you need more than just your gut feeling that they kind of look like they may be a nazi or that they're standing next to someone in a picture that is a nazi. I'll use your same logic to illustrate a dumbfuck lefty position. Kyle Rittenhouse. He was at a rally where white nationalist people might have been. He was carrying a rifle and patrolling property which white nationalist groups tend to do. He was arrested for a violent act which a lot of white nationalists are. Therefore, because he kind of vaguely looks and behaves like a white nationalist we can just call him one, right? This is the logic that the left used to assert this completely baseless claim that he was in a white nationalist militia - because of their kind of gut feeling that he was. It ended up being wrong and caused a lot of fucking damage. This is the reason why I think your intuitive "well they really feel to me like they're ANTIFA" criteria is incoherent and harmful.
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>>1082234
>So you looked through the arrest records of the hundreds of thousands of people who attended rallies in all of these cities, looked up their social media profiles and matched ANTIFA people to all of the violence you claimed they exclusively initiated?
Just the ones that were violent that we have evidence of. I don't know why you're surprised. This is 4chan after all. How do you think we knew more about Kyle Rittenhouse before any media outlet got a hold of it? Not to brag but me personally I was listening to the police radio chatter while watching 4 livestreams the day Kyle capped that pedo-rapist piece of shit. Who do you think found Rosenbaum's jail history? Or Grosskreutz's arrest records? Ever dug through anything like that? I have.
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>>1082226
Reminder:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E6lxKOfn8_E
Probably the most eloquent thing he's ever done.

Trump's twitter:
@PeteHegseth "Where was he during Impeachment calling for putting partisanship aside. @foxandfriends He was nowhere to be found in speaking up against the greatest Hoax in American history!"

I'd kill (in Minecraft) to get Bush Jr. back now.

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https://news.yahoo.com/hillary-clinton-trump-fbi-raid-mar-a-lago-but-her-emails-hat-183731036.html

A day after the FBI conducted a search of former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate, Hillary Clinton responded on Tuesday with a tweet promoting merchandise emblazoned with the phrase “But Her Emails” — which has become the sardonic response among her supporters to Trump’s many scandals.

Clinton wrote that every hat or T-shirt sold benefits Onward Together, the political action committee she founded following her loss to Trump in the 2016 presidential election.

In a follow-up tweet, the former secretary of state said that the $30 hats quickly sold out but could be preordered for when they are back in stock.

On Monday night, Trump revealed that the FBI executed a search warrant at his private club and residence in south Florida.

According to multiple reports, Monday’s FBI search at Mar-a-Lago was related to an investigation into Trump’s potential mishandling of classified documents.

Trump made Clinton’s allegedly lax security in her email practices a centerpiece of his 2016 campaign, leading chants at his rallies to “lock her up” for the possible crime. But Trump’s own handling of government documents and intelligence has long been scrutinized.
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And he was just hanging out with the Saudis recently. I wonder what he sold them already:

https://www.wsj.com/articles/liv-golf-trump-bedminster-saudi-arabia-11659148739
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>>1081959
According to you, Hillary shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than three years, or both.
Name one document Trump destroyed when the FBI investigated him.
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>>1081967
>name one document Trump destroyed even though the investigation is only a few days old
we're about to find out, be patient.

But destroying documents makes no sense for Trump. Why take so many boxes of documents, flagrantly violating many laws, and not destroy them immediately? This is Trump, so the answer is obvious: to sell them to the highest bidder.
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>>1081378
Ivan deez nuts
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>>1081968
In Donald's defense, he might actually just be that stupid. I mean, he already left the documents in the most obvious place he could have. Every time I think he couldn't get any dumber he does something like suggest we inject bleach to cure coronavirus.

Merrick Garland says DOJ filed motion to unseal Trump Mar-a-Lago warrant and property receipt

https://www.cnn.com/2022/08/11/politics/garland-announcement-justice-department/index.html
https://nypost.com/2022/08/11/feds-searched-for-nuclear-docs-at-trumps-home-report/

In his first public statement since federal agents searched former President Donald Trump's home at Mar-a-Lago earlier this week, Attorney General Merrick Garland on Thursday said that the Justice Department had filed in court a request that the search warrant and property receipt from the search be unsealed.
Garland also said he "personally approved the decision to seek a search warrant in this matter."
He noted that the department did not comment on the search on the day that it occurred. He pointed out that the search was confirmed by Trump that evening. He said that copies of the warrant and the warrant receipt were provided to the Trump lawyers who were on site during the search.

"The Department filed the motion to make public the warrant and receipt in light of the former president's public confirmation of the search, the surrounding circumstances and the substantial public interest in this matter," Garland said. "Faithful adherence to the rule of law is the bedrock principle of the Justice Department and of our democracy. Upholding the rule of law means applying the law evenly without fear or favor. Under my watch, that is precisely what the Justice Department is doing."
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>>1081869
say, ALL CAPS LOONIE,
HILARY'S EMAILS WERE WORSE!!!!

Q. Even if Trump did steal the Nuclear Codes, couldn't they just change it easily?

A.That's fine except for the fact that it's illegal to steal the nuclear codes.

Q. Muclear codes are based on an algorithm you can't steal them thay Chang two fast.The so called bresidental foot ball is neaded to launch an attack

A. tRump stole the residential football two!

Q. did all of this is happen because Biden was trying to use the codes while suffering a dementia attack so they hid the codes and now they're trying to blame Trump for the dissappearance of the codes.

A. Possible
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>>1082188
I legitimately can't tell what this person is trying to say. Maybe that giving away nuclear codes isn't bad?

Regardless, stay off the benadryl kids.
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>>1082134
>You voted a literal traitor into office

No one sane voted for biden or democrats, i dont doubt dems got 80 millions votes... i doubt they got the votes from actual voters.
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>>1082195
You underestimate how much Trump is an asshole and how much people hate assholes.

I really dislike Biden and think he has done a bad job, but fuck Trump he is such an asshole and did and would have done worse. Trump is a rich spoiled asshole who has never worked a hard day in his life, that majority of people can see that clear as day.
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>>1082205
This. Fuck Joe Biden, I'd rather have a sentient turd as president. And yet I STILL wouldn't vote for Donald. Magats are delusional; why are you so determined to defend your God emperor?

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Google explained that the reason for the removal of the YouTube channel of the Russian blogger Goblin (Dmitry Puchkov) was a violation of the company's policy on hate speech, the Telegram channel "RBC" reported.

It is clarified that Google has removed content from Puchkov's channel, which, as the company noted, "denies, downplays or trivializes well-documented events of violence," including military actions in Ukraine. After that, the blogger was issued a warning (strike).

"This was the third strike of the channel in 90 days, therefore, in accordance with our three warnings policy, Dmitry Puchkov's channel was deleted," RBC quotes a message from Google.

The blogger himself informed about the removal of the channel on Thursday evening, August 4th, by posting a screenshot in his Telegram channel with a notification from the administration of the service, which stated a violation of the rules of the YouTube community.

Later, Puchkov said that "everyone who does not support the Ukrainian Nazis is being removed from the Internet site," and Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev promised to "take revenge" for what happened.

https://aif.ru/society/web/v_google_obyasnili_prichinu_udaleniya_youtube-kanala_puchkova?utm_source=yxnews&utm_medium=desktop

P.S. I also liked Dmitry Puchkov's YouTube channel, but it's worth admitting that besides the Nazis, he often makes fun of Western politicians and even Quentin Tarantino, calling them idiots. He received 3 strikes in 90 days because of a video about Stepan Bandera - just ass of most Ukrainian Nazis caught fire. Now he will perform on rutube and in "in contact (VK)". Maybe it's even better.
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>>1079616
So why does it make sense that people (ukie shills) glossed over the kherson counter offensive when that day 80 people died in an open field that happened in may?
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>>1079718
Hahahahahaha
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>>1079611
It's weird russians complain so much about about the west yet consume so much western product. Why don't they just make their own equivalent to youtube and use that?
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>>1081592
>what is RuTube
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>>1081597
then what is he even doing on youtube then and why is he whining about it?

https://www.rferl.org/a/russia-medvedev-controversial-post-vk-hackers/31970322.html

A nationalist, pro-imperial post calling Georgia and Kazakhstan "artificial" creations briefly appeared on the VKontakte (VK) social network account of former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev before being taken down and attributed to hackers.

The post in question appeared on Medvedev's VK account, which has 2.3 million followers, on August 1 and was removed within about 10 minutes. Still, it was viewed about 2,000 times, according to multiple screenshots posted on social media, and also placed online by Russian TV personality Ksenia Sobchak. Her post quickly went viral with nearly 450,000 views in just a few hours.

Medvedev's aide, Oleg Osipov, on August 2 denied the ex-president had written the post, adding that it appeared on the account after it was hacked.

"VK's administration, and those who are supposed to do the job, will take care of those who hacked the account," Osipov wrote on Telegram.

Medvedev, who positioned himself as a liberal politician while he served as president from 2008 to 2012, has completely changed his image since Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, publicly calling to fight against the West and what he called "nationalists" in Ukraine. He has also said Russia should seek to expand its borders.

The controversial text in the post on VK said that Georgia never existed as a country, while it calls Kazakhstan an artificial country and accuses the Central Asian nation's authorities of genocide against Russians. The territories of the two countries must be returned to Russia, it adds.

Moscow is "getting ready to undertake the next move to restore the borders of our homeland," it says, adding that the invasion of Ukraine in February will liberate the country and return "lands that were taken away from us."
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>>1080189
>t. ivan
neo-imperialism is worse than regime change, always has been, always will be
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>>1081097
>Those people aren't free
they're free to leave, but they don't. they LIKE it there. you got fucked by revealed preferences, maybe mind your own business next time.
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>>1081107
because moving your whole life isn't complicated at all...
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>>1081107
Free to leave and do what.They are too poor

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https://woai.iheart.com/featured/san-antonios-first-news/content/2022-08-11-gop-asks-tx-supreme-court-to-remove-23-libertarian-candidates-from-ballot/
https://thetexan.news/texas-republicans-petition-to-remove-23-libertarians-from-november-ballot/
https://www.statesman.com/story/news/politics/2022/08/10/gop-candidates-ask-court-to-remove-23-libertarians-from-texas-ballots/65398530007/

Republican state officials and candidates are asking the Texas Supreme Court to take 23 Libertarian Party candidates off the November ballot. The GOP claims that they didn't collect enough petition signatures or pay the required filing fees. GOP candidates made the same move against 44 Libertarians in 2020, but the all-Republican state Supreme Court ruled that they'd waited too long, filing their challenge nearly a week after the candidates' eligibility deadline. This time, they filed their emergency Supreme Court petition on Monday, well in advance of the August 26th deadline.
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>>1082091
>How did they get on the ballot in the first place without the signatures and fees?
If it was shady, look at some discord server somewhere. Discord is the dark web, and things go very wrong there sometimes, don't kid yourself.
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>>1082110
Do you...not know what a libertarian is?
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>>1082110
Libertarianism is the absolute opposite of communism.
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>>1082164
if by absolute opposite you mean the literal exact same. holy shit youre suck a democuck commifuck its sickening
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>>1082165
Libertarians believe that government should be as small as possible or even non existent. They are a step above an-caps. Does that sound like a communist country to you?

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2022 July 29

A Japanese woman is giving up her child to the state and suing her sperm donor after he lied about his ethnicity and educational background.

The woman, in her thirties, who lives in Tokyo with her husband and first-born child, had sex with the sperm donor ten times due to conceive a second child, after it came to light her husband had a hereditary disease, according to the Tokyo Shimbun.

The donor told her he was Japanese, single, and a graduate of Kyoto University, one of the best universities in Japan.

The woman, who has remained nameless in Japanese news reports, got pregnant in June 2019.

However, during her pregnancy, she learned that the donor was, in fact, Chinese, went to a different university and was married.

https://news.yahoo.com/japanese-woman-gives-baby-sues-184839225.html

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>>1080232
was your wife knock up by one?
They are very sneaky
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>>1078068
>what a king
This
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>>1078288
But he was able to bang your wife 10 times
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>>1077758
But I’M the racist if I say they all look alike.
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>>1081894
Anon you just have to look if the eyes slant up or down

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F83ObtvnbhE
https://www.cnn.com/2022/08/07/europe/zaporizhzhia-power-plant-nuclear-disaster-intl/index.html

>Ukraine accused Russian forces on Sunday of launching rockets at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, further ratcheting fears of an accident a day after the United Nation's watchdog warned that fighting at the occupied complex risked a "nuclear disaster."

>It was the second time in as many days that the plant, which is the largest of its kind in Europe, was hit. Ukraine and Russia have traded blame for both attacks.

>The rockets launched on Saturday night struck near a dry storage facility, where 174 casks with spent nuclear fuel are kept, according to Energoatom, Ukraine's state-run nuclear power company. Explosions blew out windows in parts of the plant and one worker was hospitalized with shrapnel wounds.

>"Apparently, they aimed specifically at the containers with processed fuel, which are stored outside next to the site of shelling," the company said in a statement on Telegram.

>Three radiation monitoring detectors were also damaged on Saturday, making "timely detection and response in case of aggravation of the radiation situation or leakage of radiation from spent nuclear fuel casks are currently impossible," Energoatom said.

>"This time a nuclear catastrophe was miraculously avoided, but miracles cannot last forever," it added.
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>>1080375
Among other factors, the Russian army is made of the personal guard of Putin, which Putin need to stay in power, and conscripts who really don't want to die.
Another factors: Javelins.
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>>1081990
Well, at the start of the war, he seemed to invade the country from nearly all directions. It seems it would have been much simpler to setup that battalion and drive it up the Ukrainian's noses before they knew what hit them - a lot less prep time means a lot less warning, and I don't think Kyiv was really ready for an invasion of that scale at the time the troop build up began, where as I'm sure it's all hunkered down and spiked up down now. So we're gonna get a long, dragged out war, that'll probably kill hundreds of thousands to millions, instead of something that could have been over in a few days.

Granted, if the army keeps fighting after their central government is gone, your battalion is screwed.
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>>1081997
Yeah, but the soldiers didn't even knew they were invading. Some of them stopped fighting when they got shot at with real bullet because they thought it was still an exercise. A general have sold half of the fuel and another general the other half, because they didn't knew they were going to invade. They had tires made with tender gum that weren't made to last long. They didn't had long rang radio and didn't had any orders apart "Go there". This is why so many tanks were abandoned: they didn't knew what to do and ran out of fuel.

They had a tens of kilometer column of tanks near Kiev that stayed immobile for 3 days , without receiving orders.
This is more chaotic than Grozny. No preparation, no plans, no strategy, nothing.
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>>1081732
maybe the subhuman orcs should stop holding the world hostage with nuclear terrorism since it's not their land to begin with
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>>1082116
>subhuman orcs
You seem to be very harsh towards Ukrainians.


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