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[–] TheWheelofTime 0 points 42 points (+42|-0) ago  (edited ago)

That doesn't even begin to cover it. Anyone that bothered to look into it sees the massive voter fraud committed around the country in Killary's favor. They STILL LOST.

Then there is this point made on Voat by Antifa_Hivemind:

*So the dossier was bullshit - what a surprise. What is more concerning to me is the fact that it was known to be false by the FBI at the time, and yet they used the fucker to obtain a warrant to spy on Carter Page - and the FISA court granted it!

In other words, the Justice Department has just been caught knowingly using false information to justify them spying on and violating the rights of a US citizen. That's a tad alarming IMO.*

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[–] bdmthrfkr [S] 0 points 24 points (+24|-0) ago 

The submitting of known false documents to a secret court to subvert the will of the American People is where that whole treason thing comes in.

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[–] ShowMeYourKitties 0 points 11 points (+11|-0) ago  (edited ago)

That's why Obama's DHS was offering to "secure" electronic voting systems.

And then when those states denies their "help", the voting machines were hacked.

By Homeland Security.

https://www.computerworld.com/article/3173032/cybercrime-hacking/indiana-joins-idaho-in-claiming-dhs-tried-to-hack-their-election-systems.html

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[–] Sublimesati 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

Yes! Big part of the puzzle that is more troublesome than the political appointments at the head of the DOJ/FBI. We had an internal attack on voting infrastructure by our own DHS. That has to be investigated.

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[–] 11805122? 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

The fisa court has never rejected anything... Ever... Never ever ever. Gosh. Those submitters know their shit.

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[–] glassuser 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

To a point, the FISA courts rarely reject anything because the parties requesting warrants only request them when they have overwhelming evidence... until they have a rare one they want to make sure gets through. It's kind of like bluffing in poker. If you want to make sure you are never called on a bluff, then you play with the same group of people and NEVER bluff. Not once. For months of weekly or daily games. People think you're bluffing, call you, and lose, every time. Then one time when the pot is big, you bet big on a hand that is total bullshit. Nobody calls your bluff because they figure you aren't bluffing. The election was that hand.