"NEWS" that will probably disappear from the liberal WEB sites

New Documents Released From Hack of Democratic Party

10-26-16

A hacker who American intelligence officials believe has ties to the Russian government made public on Tuesday a second batch of documents suspected of having been stolen from the Democratic National Committees computer system, leaving the organization rushing to contain damage or embarrassment less than two months before the presidential election.

The internal documents, which party officials were verifying for authenticity, were distributed at a cybersecurity conference in London.

The release was apparently the work of Guccifer 2.0, a self-identified Romanian hacker who claimed responsibility for publishing a trove of the committees documents before the Democratic convention in July.

Donna Brazile, the interim chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, blamed Russian espionage for the hack and said that foreign agents were trying to help Donald J. Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, be elected.

Don't you just get tired of the liberal excuses?? They used to blame it on Bush, I guess that was getting kinda lame, you think?


Ecuador Cuts Internet of Julian Assange, WikiLeaks Founder

Or read this to say the US state department pressured for the 'leak' to be stopped else it endanger Hillaries election.

LONDON Ecuador said Tuesday that it had cut off Julian Assange's access to the internet in his exile in the committees London embassy, making clear that it feared being sucked into an effort to interfere in electoral processes in the United States by the activities of the WikiLeaks founder.

Ecuador said that it was not evicting Mr. Assange from its embassy, where he sought asylum four years ago. It said that its 'temporary restriction' of internet services to Mr. Assange does not prevent the WikiLeaks organization from carrying out its journalistic activities.

But it was clearly intended to keep the embassy from being the control center for that leaking operation. The government of Ecuador respects the principle of nonintervention in the affairs of other countries, it said in a statement, and it does not interfere in the electoral processes in support of any candidate in particular.

The internet cutoff was the latest twist in the odd tale of Mr. Assange's self-imposed exile, which began in 2012 when he sought refuge from a Swedish rape investigation that he said was a cover for an American effort to extradite him. Since then, his world has shrunk to a single apartment inside the small diplomatic compound in central London. He has communicated through the embassy's internet connections, visitors and, presumably, cellphones that would give him another form of internet access.

Ecuador's decision was the first sign that the government in Quito was beginning to wonder if its guest in London was overstaying his welcome.

It doubtless was considering the possibility that, should Hillary Clinton prevail in the United States election next month, it would have to explain its role as host to the man who, by remote control, appears to have coordinated the publication of emails purloined from people close to Mrs. Clinton, along with those of the Democratic National Committee and other organizations.

From a different source: October 24 at 5:41pm ยท Ecuador admits that it shut down Internet access for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange who is sequestered in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London as an asylum seeker. The blackout came after he published the text of Hillary's speeches to Goldman Sachs. Wikileaks says the shutdown was in response to a request by US Secretary of State John Kerry who wants to prevent release of additional Hillary emails. Kerry denies the allegation. USA Today 2016 Oct 18

corruption

In One Year, Obama's Admin. Spent $36 Million Hiding the Truth From the Public

March 17, 2017/

By: Rusty Weiss

Via the AP:

Hiding the truth from the American people became an expensive undertaking for the Obama administration, according to a new report.
A new Associated Press analysis found that the former President and his federal agencies spent over $36 million trying to justify why they couldn't respond to Freedom of Information Act requests from the public.
$36 million. In one year alone!
Remember, this is the same man who declared from day one that he would run the most transparent administration in history. What a crock!
The Obama administration in its final year in office spent a record $36.2 million on legal costs defending its refusal to turn over federal records under the Freedom of Information Act, according to an Associated Press analysis of new U.S. data that also showed poor performance in other categories measuring transparency in government.
For a second consecutive year, the Obama administration set a record for times federal employees told citizens, journalists and others that despite searching they couldn't find a single page of files that were requested.
And it set records for outright denial of access to files, refusing to quickly consider requests described as especially newsworthy, and forcing people to pay for records who had asked the government to waive search and copy fees.
While racking up such exorbitant fees to fight sunlight on federal inner workings, the government was also forced to admit they were wrong to initially refuse to turn over all or parts of records more than one-third of the time.
Of the $36 million, Loretta Lynchs Justice Department led the way at battling transparency, spending $12 million, nearly twice the nearest agency.
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NSA Documents Prove Surveillance of Donald Trump & His Family

March 21, 2017 10:41 pm

LIFE WITH BIG BROTHER

Bombshell discovery shows targets of NSA's Project Dragnet

(Infowars) Infowars.com have obtained credible information from law enforcement sources regarding individual records of U.S. citizens under National Security Agency (NSA) electronic surveillance in the years 2004 through 2010 a database that suggests both Donald J. Trump and Alex Jones were under illegal, unauthorized government monitoring during those years.