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Simon Says wrote on Apr 25, 2019, 11:57:
So they won't use wikileaks material if some pops up? Doubtful...

Also a nice example of genetic logical fallacy. It's not about the source or how it was obtained, it's about the content and whether the content is accurate or not.

Wikileaks has been acting as an extension of Russian intelligence for years now. ALL of their "leaks" during the Clinton/Trump election were favorable to the Republicans and negative to the Democrats across the board. They were also selectively edited to put the DNC, etc, in the worst possible light.

It is against U.S. law for a candidate to accept material help from a foreign country during an election. What the Trump campaign did was illegal and they're only getting off on the technicality that the relevant laws say they have to know it was illegal.

Whatever they said they knew at the time, they HAVE to know now. By refusing not to accept help from the Russians again, the Trump administration is refusing to follow the law ... not that that's unusual for them.

B-b-but her emails ...!
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