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    Default MANAFORT court doc redaction F.UP reveals Manfort gave CAMPAIGN data to Russian INTEL

    I was trying to wade through this on a different site and couldn't understand it (looking at the actual court filings). Remember his ass is grass right now for LYING TO MUELLER. He's trying to get out of jail. I assume this is in relation to those filings trying to him out or his sentenced reduced. (He's pleading health issues).

    Anyway, if I'm reading this right, someone 'fucked up' a redaction on that court filing leaving a detail that wasn't supposed to be read. Apparently MANAFORT handed over polling data to KILIMNIK a 'Russian/Ukranian' INTEL OFFICER (and lied about it!) Why do you suppose a Russian INTEL officer would need US PRESIDENTIAL POLLING DATA from the TRUMP CAMPAIGN MANAGER in 2016? Anyone wanna take a shot at spinning the 'innocent' intent of that one? Especially since you would think, they could find all of it on the internet?


    Paul Manafort shared 2016 polling data with Russian employee, according to court filing

    By Rachel Weiner and

    Spencer S. Hsu

    January 8 at 2:26 PM

    Paul Manafort shared 2016 presidential campaign polling data with Konstantin Kilimnik, a former employee whom the FBI has said has ties to Russian intelligence, according to a court filing.

    The apparently inadvertent revelation indicates a pathway by which the Russians could have had access to Trump campaign data.

    The former Trump campaign chairman on Tuesday denied in a filing from his defense team that he broke his plea deal by lying repeatedly to prosecutors working for special counsel Robert S. Mueller III about that and other issues.

    In his rebuttal to the special counsel’s claims of dishonesty, Manafort exposed details of the dispute, much of which centers on his relationship with Kilimnik. The Russian citizen, who began working for Manafort’s consulting firm starting in 2005, has been charged with helping his former boss to obstruct Mueller’s investigation of Russian interference into the 2016 election. He is believed to be in Moscow....


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    Link that Manafort info with Trump or his family, and the fun begins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmymccready View Post
    Link that Manafort info with Trump or his family, and the fun begins.
    They're already linked. This is more the why's and hows. Short version. Think Robert Mercer, Cambridge Analytica, Bannon, et al. Russia could get routine polling data, even some deeper 'internals' (details about us) off the net. This is DEEPER shit, demographics, likes dislikes, campaign contributions, media habits, zip codes, FB names. I'm betting this is the FB shit that Cambridge 'stole' and then merged it with TRUMP's internal campaign data. Remember Cambridge told FB it was gathering (OUR) information for "educational" purposes. FB FUCKED UP ROYALLY!
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    Golly! Why would Manafort share 2016 polling data with a Russian intelligence operative? One might reasonably come to the conclusion that the Kremlin had a stake in the outcome of the election!!

    Or, perhaps, that Manafort sought aid to the campaign from the Kremlin.

    Gosh. It sure seems like an odd coinkydink.
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    Collusion.
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    This story is blowing up everywhere! Well, maybe NOT on FECAL News.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PoliTalker View Post
    Collusion.
    That's what is being UTTERED in a lot of places. The PC version by an ex FBI honcho I just heard was, "It is certainly "EVIDENCE OF COLLUSION."
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    Quote Originally Posted by CharacterAssassin View Post
    Golly! Why would Manafort share 2016 polling data with a Russian intelligence operative? One might reasonably come to the conclusion that the Kremlin had a stake in the outcome of the election!!

    Or, perhaps, that Manafort sought aid to the campaign from the Kremlin.

    Gosh. It sure seem like an odd coinkydink.
    Nahh, you OBVIOUSLY have TDS or you are reporting fake news or you are just a LIBERAL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Centerleftfl View Post
    I was trying to wade through this on a different site and couldn't understand it (looking at the actual court filings). Remember his ass is grass right now for LYING TO MUELLER. He's trying to get out of jail. I assume this is in relation to those filings trying to him out or his sentenced reduced. (He's pleading health issues).

    Anyway, if I'm reading this right, someone 'fucked up' a redaction on that court filing leaving a detail that wasn't supposed to be read. Apparently MANAFORT handed over polling data to KILIMNIK a 'Russian/Ukranian' INTEL OFFICER (and lied about it!) Why do you suppose a Russian INTEL officer would need US PRESIDENTIAL POLLING DATA from the TRUMP CAMPAIGN MANAGER in 2016? Anyone wanna take a shot at spinning the 'innocent' intent of that one? Especially since you would think, they could find all of it on the internet?


    Paul Manafort shared 2016 polling data with Russian employee, according to court filing

    By Rachel Weiner and

    Spencer S. Hsu

    January 8 at 2:26 PM

    Paul Manafort shared 2016 presidential campaign polling data with Konstantin Kilimnik, a former employee whom the FBI has said has ties to Russian intelligence, according to a court filing.

    The apparently inadvertent revelation indicates a pathway by which the Russians could have had access to Trump campaign data.

    The former Trump campaign chairman on Tuesday denied in a filing from his defense team that he broke his plea deal by lying repeatedly to prosecutors working for special counsel Robert S. Mueller III about that and other issues.

    In his rebuttal to the special counsel’s claims of dishonesty, Manafort exposed details of the dispute, much of which centers on his relationship with Kilimnik. The Russian citizen, who began working for Manafort’s consulting firm starting in 2005, has been charged with helping his former boss to obstruct Mueller’s investigation of Russian interference into the 2016 election. He is believed to be in Moscow....


    https://www.washingtonpost.com/local...=.88574cabdb3d


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    Quote Originally Posted by Centerleftfl View Post
    I was trying to wade through this on a different site and couldn't understand it (looking at the actual court filings). Remember his ass is grass right now for LYING TO MUELLER. He's trying to get out of jail. I assume this is in relation to those filings trying to him out or his sentenced reduced. (He's pleading health issues).

    Anyway, if I'm reading this right, someone 'fucked up' a redaction on that court filing leaving a detail that wasn't supposed to be read. Apparently MANAFORT handed over polling data to KILIMNIK a 'Russian/Ukranian' INTEL OFFICER (and lied about it!) Why do you suppose a Russian INTEL officer would need US PRESIDENTIAL POLLING DATA from the TRUMP CAMPAIGN MANAGER in 2016? Anyone wanna take a shot at spinning the 'innocent' intent of that one? Especially since you would think, they could find all of it on the internet?


    Paul Manafort shared 2016 polling data with Russian employee, according to court filing

    By Rachel Weiner and

    Spencer S. Hsu

    January 8 at 2:26 PM

    Paul Manafort shared 2016 presidential campaign polling data with Konstantin Kilimnik, a former employee whom the FBI has said has ties to Russian intelligence, according to a court filing.

    The apparently inadvertent revelation indicates a pathway by which the Russians could have had access to Trump campaign data.

    The former Trump campaign chairman on Tuesday denied in a filing from his defense team that he broke his plea deal by lying repeatedly to prosecutors working for special counsel Robert S. Mueller III about that and other issues.

    In his rebuttal to the special counselís claims of dishonesty, Manafort exposed details of the dispute, much of which centers on his relationship with Kilimnik. The Russian citizen, who began working for Manafortís consulting firm starting in 2005, has been charged with helping his former boss to obstruct Muellerís investigation of Russian interference into the 2016 election. He is believed to be in Moscow....


    https://www.washingtonpost.com/local...=.88574cabdb3d


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    "collusion", "da Russians"



    Quote Originally Posted by CharacterAssassin View Post
    Golly! Why would Manafort share 2016 polling data with a Russian intelligence operative?


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    golly! why wouldn't Russian Intelligence just go to CNN for "polling data"
    uhhh I dunno boss, oh, forgot about that, yuk yuk

    what a retard
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    If Manafort gave polling data to the Russians, so that they could coordinate campaign efforts, thatís Illegal collusion, game over.

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    And as soon as one of you, any of you morons tell me what the Russians did to interfere in the election, we may actually have a conversation,
    take 199 (((crickets)))

    Quote Originally Posted by Jarod View Post
    If Manafort gave polling data to the Russians, so that they could coordinate campaign efforts, that’s Illegal collusion, game over.
    what exactly does that mean "jarod", "coordinate campaign efforts"



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    Quote Originally Posted by Getin the ring View Post
    "collusion", "da Russians"





    golly! why wouldn't Russian Intelligence just go to CNN for "polling data"
    uhhh I dunno boss, oh, forgot about that, yuk yuk

    what a retard
    You donít think the campaign had key demographics identified to receive message specific targeting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Getin the ring View Post
    "collusion", "da Russians"

    golly! why wouldn't Russian Intelligence just go to CNN for "polling data"

    what a retard


    What OP "forgot" to include:

    The other example of alleged contact with administration officials “is hearsay purportedly offered by an undisclosed third party. A spokeswoman for Deripaska has said he was never offered or received briefings about the Trump campaign. Manafort’s attorneys said that person was “asking permission to use Mr. Manafort’s name as an introduction in the event the third-party met the President,” which “does not constitute outreach by Mr. Manafort to the President.” Prosecutors have said they have no plans to file fresh charges.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/legal-issues/paul-manafort-shared-2016-polling-data-with-russian-employee-according-to-court-filing/2019/01/08/3f562ad8-12b0-11e9-803c-4ef28312c8b9_story.html?utm_term=.88574cabdb3d

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