Reddit ‘Quarantines’ Pro-Trump Subreddit Over Anti-Police Threats by astro_eng in The_Donald

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If your point was valid, MediaMatters wouldn't have had to resort to quoting users with less than 20 comments in their entire history and a collective reddit karma of 4, with a comment that was older than the edited window (they literally used a 3 minute old comment from an 8 month old account with a total of 17 comments and 4 reddit karma total.)

<---- this many people want trump to be president by xxxtentacion in The_Donald_

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Sad, it took you guys about 3 months to spoil yet another alternative with your fucking toxic, collectivist, bullshittery.

Reddit ‘Quarantines’ Pro-Trump Subreddit Over Anti-Police Threats by astro_eng in The_Donald

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Stop talkin about killin cops and you will be fine.

They can't even provide evidence of the comments they claim were in violation and the moderation log shows that out of 700K users, with literally more than 100K comments and posts per day, the admins found 11 in the past 40 days that were downvoted but not moderated.

That's less than 1 miss per day.

/r/The_Donald has been quarantined. by r721 in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Jessica Ashooh is currently the Director of Policy, Reddit, Inc. She's got a very interesting background/resume that can be found with a quick search.

Well, shortly before taking her position at Reddit HQ, she was on Al Jezeera et. al. calling for the US to arm anti-Russian/Syrian forces as part of her gig as Deputy Director, Middle East Strategy Task Force for The Atlantic Group. She reported directly to co-chairs, Madeleine Albright (Clinton Sec. of State 1997-2001) and Stephen Hadley (W. Bush Nat. Security Advisor 2005-2009).

Dig a bit into The Atlantic Group and you find some interesting money behind it:

Before working directly for Soros, she spent 4 years as a Senior Analyst for the United Arab Emirates Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The year and half before that she was employed as a "Subject Matter Expert" for Eurasia Group - specifically on the subjects of Iraq, Lebanon, and Iran.

She spent 6 months prior to that working as a Consultant for Dunia Frotier Consultants in Erbil, Iraq - advising the Kurdistan Regional Government.

She's also a Board member of No One Left Behind: http://nooneleft.org/ A veteran-led charity focused on securing visas for and resettling Iraqi and Afghani combat interpreters who served with US forces - an admirable position to hold, but odd in the mix.

Isn't it kind of odd that someone with that kind of resume ends up policing funny cat pics and brownie recipes being posted on Reddit?

<---- this many people want trump to be president by xxxtentacion in The_Donald_

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Jessica Ashooh is currently the Director of Policy, Reddit, Inc. She's got a very interesting background/resume that can be found with a quick search.

Well, shortly before taking her position at Reddit HQ, she was on Al Jezeera et. al. calling for the US to arm anti-Russian/Syrian forces as part of her gig as Deputy Director, Middle East Strategy Task Force for The Atlantic Group. She reported directly to co-chairs, Madeleine Albright (Clinton Sec. of State 1997-2001) and Stephen Hadley (W. Bush Nat. Security Advisor 2005-2009).

Dig a bit into The Atlantic Group and you find some interesting money behind it:

Before working directly for Soros, she spent 4 years as a Senior Analyst for the United Arab Emirates Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The year and half before that she was employed as a "Subject Matter Expert" for Eurasia Group - specifically on the subjects of Iraq, Lebanon, and Iran.

She spent 6 months prior to that working as a Consultant for Dunia Frotier Consultants in Erbil, Iraq - advising the Kurdistan Regional Government.

She's also a Board member of No One Left Behind: http://nooneleft.org/ A veteran-led charity focused on securing visas for and resettling Iraqi and Afghani combat interpreters who served with US forces - an admirable position to hold, but odd in the mix.

Isn't it kind of odd that someone with that kind of resume ends up policing funny cat pics and brownie recipes being posted on Reddit?

Issue regarding the pornographic rule by HorseMeat in SaidIt

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have trust in the sub moderators

Law enforcement never will. You don't have to be guilty to lose everything you own in an investigation/trial.

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been arrested in London by useless_aether in WorldNews

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Zero comments. Man I wish there was an alternative that wasn't dominated by ShareBlue to discuss things like this.

New York City attempts to forcibly vaccinate orthodox Jews by d3rr in politics

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Autism isn't the danger, but vaccines are not 100% safe. If they were there wouldn't have been $4B in payouts from the VICP

Since 1988, over 20,522 petitions have been filed with the VICP. Over that 30-year time period, 17,772 petitions have been adjudicated, with 6,465 of those determined to be compensable, while 11,307 were dismissed. Total compensation paid over the life of the program is approximately $4.1 billion.

We are witnessing History by useless_aether in funny

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Most people thought the moon was made of cheese too. Most people is not a good gauge of accuracy.

Chicago drops charges against Smullet; police, and public not happy by HeyImSancho in SundogsPlace

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You have got to be trolling.

Chicago drops charges against Smullet; police, and public not happy by HeyImSancho in SundogsPlace

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there's no apparent reason other than the prosecutor recused themself because they knew the Smullets

Foxx recused herself because she had been texting Smollett, his family and friends. (But we found out today that she didn't actually recuse herself, just like Loretta Lynch claimed to recuse herself in the "Clinton Matter" but didn't.)

Foxx tried to convince Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson to turn Smollett’s case over to the FBI — after Tina Tchen asked her because his "family was concerned about him."

“Spoke to the Superintendent Johnson,” Foxx emailed Tchen the same day. “I convinced him to Reach out to FBI to ask that they take over the investigation. He is reaching out now and will get to me shortly.”

The same day, Foxx texted with Smollett’s relative, whose name was blacked out in the released copies.

“Spoke to the superintendent earlier, he made the ask,” Foxx wrote. “Trying to figure out logistics. I’ll keep you posted.”

“Omg this would be a huge victory,” the family member replied.

“I make no guarantees, but I’m trying,” Foxx wrote back.

Because of this Foxx recused herself.

But here we are a few days later, with Foxx's office doing something many Defense lawyers are shocked by.

Presidential, Pentagon threats prompt shutdown of I-68; suspect clocked driving 130 mph by bonked_or_maybe_not in news

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Odd that this happened hours before the evening news yet not one peep from national media. Do tell when a similar incident has not been covered nationally.

We are witnessing History by useless_aether in funny

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simply not credible, and it never will be

I'm sorry that you are delusional. I away any of the 400+ investigators involved in compiling the report to come forward and state their findings were misrepresented.

By the way, 1/3 of the summary is Barr formally acknowledging receipt as required by law, and informing Congress, as required by law, that he will be providing them the redacted report per the requirements of rule 6 as quickly as possible with the help of the DAG and OSC.

Any other old Diggers from The Great Exodus of 2010 forced to migrate once again? by thegreatmighty in Introductions

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I should be clearer, different isn't bad, it's just different. If there was more activity here and an app that is as useful as Relay makes using the site on my phone, I'd be more active.

We are witnessing History by useless_aether in funny

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Or, that, as the law requires, information regarding grand jury testimony and proceedings cannot be released, even to the highest security clearance holding members of Congress without an order from a Judge.

Grand Jury proceedings give the defendant/suspect nearly zero legal protections and zero opportunity to mount a defense. Hence the reason ONLY the lawyers involved in a Grand Jury proceeding and the members of the Jury are allowed to be given the details unless it leads to a conviction of a crime.

Hence the reason that it would literally be a serious crime for Barr or any other member of the DOJ to share that information even with the House Intel Committee unless ordered by a Court to do so, and in that case, the Court would not allow the DOJ to be the petitioner requesting to do so.

https://www.law.cornell.edu/rules/frcrmp/rule_6

We are witnessing History by useless_aether in funny

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They are talking about the joke:

“I will tell you this, Russia: If you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing, I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press."

That was made on July 27, 2016 after the first release of Wikileaks emails on July 22, 2016 had dominated the news cycle for a solid week.

We are witnessing History by useless_aether in funny

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trump is on tape ordering Russia to help him

You might want to check your timeline.

The first Podesta Emails on Wikileaks were published the evening of October 7, 2016, the contents of the leak go through March 2016. The first DNC email leaks were published on July 22, 2016.

The comment:

“I will tell you this, Russia: If you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing, I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press."

Was made on July 27, 2016 - five days after the DNC emails became the biggest political story in the US and had led the coverage of every newscast for a week.

In the summer of 2014, lawyers from the State Department noticed a number of emails from Clinton's personal account, while reviewing documents requested by the House Select Committee on Benghazi. A request by the State Department for additional emails led to negotiations with her lawyers and advisors. In October, the State Department sent letters to Clinton and all previous Secretaries of State back to Madeleine Albright requesting emails and documents related to their work while in office. On December 5, 2014, Clinton lawyers delivered 12 file boxes filled with printed paper containing more than 30,000 emails. Clinton withheld almost 32,000 emails deemed to be of a personal nature. Datto, Inc., which provided data backup service for Clinton's email, agreed to give the FBI the hardware that stored the backups.

As of May 2016, no answer had been provided to the public as to whether 31,000 emails deleted by Hillary Clinton as personal have been or could be recovered.

A March 2, 2015 New York Times article broke the story that the Benghazi panel had discovered that Clinton exclusively used her own private email server rather than a government-issued one throughout her time as Secretary of State, and that her aides took no action to preserve emails sent or received from her personal accounts as required by law. At that point, Clinton announced that she had asked the State Department to release her emails. Some in the media labeled the controversy "emailgate." - Source

So, do tell us, how the fuck did the hacks happen AFTER the comment, since you just claimed that it was an instruction that was LATER carried out. The leaked emails all pre-date the comment, and the 30,000 emails - the ones that he actually commented about, still are missing.

Approximately 5,000 concertgoers were evacuated from the Homegrown Music Festival in New Zealand because someone thought they saw a “right-wing tattoo” on an attendee. by HeyImSancho in SundogsPlace

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Did you see that guy's cool tat of a wing on his right arm?

PANDEMONIUM ENSUES!

Some of y’all still use reddit. What is your reason for not fully switching? by OC_Rookie in AskSaidIt

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Because there are discussions with more than 4 comments on them. Chicken and Egg problems.

Any other old Diggers from The Great Exodus of 2010 forced to migrate once again? by thegreatmighty in Introductions

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Hi. I wish someone would make an app as awesome as relay for this site - and really wish the features of RES were available, but I simply can't stand to watch what that place has become. It's actually sad, because I loved reddit and made some of my best IRL friends in history there.

Want to know why reddit is dying? Because it has been taken over by a political PR wonk, and it isn't spez. by bonked_or_maybe_not in MeanwhileOnReddit

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It's worse that that - notice how immediately after coming on board reddit's "anti-war" bent disappeared and everyone started clamoring for war in Syria? You know the thing she had been tasked with drumming up support for for several years prior to taking the job?