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http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-04-20/watergate-style-break-covered-shocking-wave-clinton-state-department-scandals
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>>134035
zerohedge is tinfoil shit. post a real source.
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>>134039
Well, read the sticky next time before you post tinfoil shit, Anon.
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>>134041
>>134038

If you looked at the article you would know its cites the State Departments OIG report, NBC, MSNBC, Washington Post, Fox News, Washington Examiner, NY Post, NY Times, etc.......and it even has links to news broadcasts reporting this when it happened

Are those not real sources?
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>>134044
Very few people here would bother clicking on a zerohedge article. Just saying, if you have any other source at all then now is the time to post it.
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>>134045
Every single sentence in the article is cited by a MSM "reputable source". You can click the underline word and be brought to the exact article. People are just damn lazy
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>>134054
post the other "MSM reputable sources" then, jackass and quit whining because nobody will click your link.
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>>134071
OIG Report (U.S. State Department) https://web.archive.org/web/20141017160310/http:/oig.state.gov/documents/organization/233250.pdf

U.S. ambassador Howard Gutman slams park prostitution allegations (NY Daily News)
http://archive.is/5BdHd

'Appalled' Royce launches probe into reports of State Department obfuscation (The Hill)
http://archive.is/wurGv

Belgian Ambassador Denies Soliciting 'Sexual Favors From Prostitutes And Minors' (Business Insider)
http://archive.is/5D6Iq

Ambassador responds to allegations of misconduct from State Department memo (NBC)
http://archive.is/hoNgt

Damage control: Hillary Clinton loyalists suspected of criminal cover-ups for diplomats (Washington Times)
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/jun/11/ambassador-irked-baseless-prostitute-allegations/

State Dept. officials deny prostitution cover-up allegations (CBS)
http://archive.is/1UFxD

Exclusive: Whistleblower Says State Department Trying to Bully Her Into Silence (The Cable)
http://archive.is/41Ebo

Did senior State Department security officials commit perjury? (Fox News)
http://archive.is/DyKrY

Cameras Catch Mystery Break-In at Whistleblower’s Law Firm (The Cable)
http://archive.is/TkRSe

Hillary’s sorry state of affairs (New York Post)
http://archive.is/LLAIY

State Dept. whistleblower has email hacked, deleted (New York Post)
http://archive.is/R8GNb

State Dept. Whistleblower's Emails Destroyed by Hacker (Newsmax)
http://archive.is/0BqBd

‘Alarming’: State Dept. Whistleblower Reportedly Has Four Years’ Worth of Emails Hacked and Deleted (The Blaze)
http://archive.is/KbN1n

State Department Employee Sets Up Web Site SLAMMING Agency Leadership (Daily Caller)
http://archive.is/ca2nQ

Hillary's officials cut criticisms out of State Dept. reports (Washington Examiner)
http://archive.is/htkQ8
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>>134073
I'd say thanks but you should have just done that in the OP post. Also, we like copypasting choice bits of the article if you have the inclination, not that someone like yourself would put forth that much effort. But good job.
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>>134071
Video Links:

CBS:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-L9XEEWIGU

MSNBC:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gSImMK4eZNQ

Fox News:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5Ig7ESANBM

CNN:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_1CnOTHVnlM

White House Press Briefing:
https://grabien.com/file.php?id=6165

Video & Report of the Break-in:
https://vid.me/NN6V
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>>134035
This just goes to show that Democrats should have been outlawed a long time ago, possibly when FDR introduced socialism and got us into a global war.
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>>134074
"Also, we like copypasting choice bits of the article if you have the inclination, not that someone like yourself would put forth that much effort."

^Actually, yes I would. I wrote the article & did all of the research & interviewed the firms former attorney, so I would put forth that much effort. I will definitely be sure to post "choice bits" of the article next time, as I can see how that would make more ppl interested.

I don't post much, I usually just scroll & read, so this was new to me. I appreciate the advise.
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>>134076
Actually man, its BOTH parties. Establishments on both sides. Many of the people that covered-up scandals (like Patrick Kennedy), have been in government for a little 20-30+ years. So they've covered-up for both parties.
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Alright, I did a bit more research and realized this is bullshit. My bad guys.
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OP use a tripcode in the future or no name at all.
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>>134077
If you really did author the article, what made you come here to post? Should've gone to /pol/, at least they wont bitch at you for not spoonfeeding them.
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Not following here. Some links are old, some are from not very trustworthy sources and in some you just claim that "it's a lie"?
Also if you really did write that article, why post here?
Especially with that hype title.
Calling BS on this one.
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>>134125>>134102
What are you talking about? This isn't BS lol. This was on the news, & reported by CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, CBS, NY Daily News, The Hill, Business Insider, NBC, Washington Times, The Cable, Daily Mail, Daily Caller, New York Post, Washington Examiner, Newsmax, & there is an official State Dept OIG report. How exactly are NONE of these sources reputable? Also, if this isn't true, then why did the attorneys have to go testify before Congressional Committee? Why is there surveillance video of a break-in? Why did the State Department Spokesperson & the White House Press Secretary have to address this on multiple occasions?
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>>134122
Honestly, I don't post. I usually just read through these threads, so you can call me new to this I guess. I'm open to any advice/criticism so that if I post again, I know how I should present/organize it.
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>>134117
Will do.
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>>134038
Nah man, this mediafactcheck meme is tinfoil hat when it comes to identifying tinfoil hats.
Can some of you mediafactcheck drones explain what the "crazy economic conspiracy theories" are that memediafactcheck claims?
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>>134077
Thanks for the quality journalism bro. I will defend zerohedge to my death.
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>>134136
Appreciate it man. First article I've ever written alone. Currently a 2nd year law student, so I made sure I was sourcing well. I don't want to write something and be 100% wrong.
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>>134136
Go back to unfowars, Alex

>>134137
Congrats but Zerohedge really is shit. Good luck in your career. I hope you can find a better source to write for.
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>>134138
Its just something I do for "fun" in spare time. I just wanted to get this info out there. I'm not looking for $, my career is going in a completely diff direction than news lol.
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>>134138
I don't read infowars, but nice try stereotyping me. Zerohedge is in nowhere close to infowars when it comes to conspiracy theories
They're not on chemtrails and gay frogs or whatnot.
Someone just decided that their economic critique/analysis (which I and many others find very well-argued and sourced) is overly conspiratorial so they get unfairly lumped in with infowars.
Maybe you all are the biased ones
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>>134140
I know a lot of people who go to ZeroHedge for economic/investment info
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>>134132
I think some /pol/ users may be genuinely interested in this article, it's very well written. Keep up the good fight!
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Stop bumping your own thread Jesus Christ
You look like a fucking sperglord, "READ WHAT I WROTE GUYUIIYYSEE"
You should be ashamed and you need to stop shilling yourself. Also learn how to post threads on here dumbass. You use a reputable source for the op, not whatever tinfoil hat shit this is because you want to promote your own writing. Fuck you.
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>>134158
I don't condone OP bumping his own thread, but there is nothing more tinfoil here than the "Russian connections" meme from so called reputable sources that your type had been spamming for months
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>>134159
I never said that "Le Russian boogeyman" wasn't tinfoil hat tier either. It's honestly disgraceful that the left keeps pushing this narrative just because they lost and don't know how to cope with it. Maybe they could come up with actual solutions to actual problems, instead of screaming about Russia all the time.

Fuck, I hate American politics right now. This election has left me disillusioned with both sides.
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>>134161
Glad we can agree on that at least. I do wish more people on this board would give zerohedge a fair shake though, OP's misgivings aside.
I ignore most of their political stuff but their financial and economic articles are nothing but facts except when they get mildly conspiratorial about, for example, the motives of central bankers
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>>134162
Well, keeping the news stuff out of /news/ is understandable because they're not "reputable", aka well-known, and it's more of a knee-jerk reaction to dismiss it. "Tinfoil hat" wasn't the right term for me to use, and I'm sorry that I used it. I reacted without thinking or giving the website a solid chance. Though I will avoid this particular author, however, since he's so insistent on promoting his own work on a place that doesn't allow or condone such behavior.

I might have to check out the finiancial articles though, interesting stuff.
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>>134038
Rightwing news - It's tinfoil shit

MSM with "allegations" and CNNs "piss dossier" and NYT "Russians hacked the electrical grid" and Waposts "she can still win". Yeah I think it's safe to say it doesn't matter what the source is these days. MSM is just more established left-wing gutter journalism.

Btw, look up Chinagate and Filegate. Clintons been doing this shit since the beginning. Political royalty.
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>>134161
>>134165
>>134162
Guys, sorry. First time posting on here. Obviously have a LOT to learn about posting on chan. Won't "bump" my own stuff, I learned that. Honestly wasn't aware, but now see how douchey it was. Btw, not seeking to "promote my writing", as I get nothing from it lol. I'm a law student, and just wanted to get the information out there to people. Sorry, I should've known how to actually post the correct way as to not piss people off. I've learned from it, I don't mind the criticism. Thanks
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>>134210
First off, lose the name. Second, "lurk more."
Then you'll be fine.
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>>134155
>>134161
>>134175
>>134180
Partisan hacks aren't wanted on this board. If you want to go after the kernal of truth to this story, which exists without doubt, do it objectively so it's criedible. If you want to circlejerk about libtards instead, go to >>>/pol/. That isn't what we do here.
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>>134251
Fuck off LiberalFag.

You lost the culture war!
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>>134251
Really, partisan discussion is a bad thing to you? Go back to your antifa circlejerk on /pol/ or reddit, whichever you prefer.
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>>134251
Call it censorship like is is pussy, if you don't like that not everyone drinks the koolaid then go back to r/politics
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>>134035
>zerohedege
>eh, I'll check out the site, maybe it's not shit
>front page "The Simple Reason Why A Second American Civil War May Be Inevitable"
>by Tyler Durden
>with brad pits from fight club as his avatar

Cant even put his own name on that garbage
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>>134250
Shit, I didn't realize I was still posting with that long ass name, my bad haha. But yeah, least I learned something from posting here haha
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>>134275
You're an idiot man.... the name is there to be found, & it does NOT say "Tyler Durden"
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>>134277
Fine.

>zerohedege
>article links to http://www.shtfplan.com/
>every article trying to activate your fear reflex
>“Survive the Apocalypse In Style”: Go Beyond Prepping to Self-Sustaining
>“Ground Invasion Is the ONLY Effective Way”: What A War With North Korea Would Look Like
>Is World War The Twisted Cure For a Doomed Economy? “Signals for War Are Fiscal”
>Americans Are Too “Idiotic To See How Enslaved They Are” Even As the Gates of Hell Open Up
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It's not CNN? Haha talk to me when your source is globalist approved. In the meantime I'll continue to stroke myself to anti-Trump threads
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>>134287
Or you could just go back to /pol/ and we can keep talking about real news.
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>>134035
Nice article.
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>Among the odd details about the robbery is that only one credit card was stolen from a drawer that contained four cards. It's unclear to the attorneys why the crooks took one card from the drawer, but left behind three others and unsecured silver valued around $125.

>The missing credit card was used for several retail purchases at Dallas' Valley View Center mall around 4:45 p.m. on June 29, Mathias said.

>Eerily, the shopping spree happened four hours before security cameras in the firm's office building recorded two suspects first entering the building and then leaving with computers.

That doesn't make much sense.
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>>134743
Credit card might have been stolen before the alleged burglary.
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>>134748
The two thefts being unconnected seem a bit unlikely, but I suppose it's possible that the card was taken earlier by someone else entirely, but a staff member pinching just one credit card and leaving the silver seems implausible.

Maybe the card was given away to throw detectives off the trail, but that would suggest someone either broke in earlier without being noticed to take it or someone with legitimate access swiped it while at work.
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>>134752
I was thinking more that the credit card might have been stolen/accidentally lost long before the burglary even took place, and they hadn't noticed. But then the timing of using it so close to the burglary is still bizarre.

Either someone had access to the card prior to the burglary (or enough information to create a forgery), or they're wrong about the times that it was used, or the time of the burglary. All those possibilities are very strange.




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