The U.S. Election Leaks Just Got Crazier Than Anyone Ever Imagined


Russia Sics Hackers On Hillary, New Hacked Emails Reveal She’s Working to Steal The Election




Pastor Bones





The information gleaned from newly-hacked Clinton emails will be devastating to her bid for president come November, as they show a clear link between the Clinton Foundation and Hillary’s campaign.


As the presidential election approaches, we see more and more documents and emails being leaked to the public. While the leaks are being released from multiple sources, the liberal media is blaming hackers affiliated with Russian intelligence in an attempt to discredit the veracity of the information.


DCLeaks, who have previously hacked Colin Powell’s emails as well as files from George Soros’ Open Society Foundation, has just released the private email correspondence of Capricia Marshall, a long-time Clinton adviser and friend.


Marshall served as Chief of Protocol from 2009 to 2013 while at the State Department. During her time in that role, she helped the State Department and White House manage issues related to diplomatic protocol.


After her tenure at State, Marshall began work organizing events for the Clinton Foundation until Hillary Clinton announced her presidential bid, at which time she began fundraising for Clinton’s campaign while still receiving correspondence concerning the Clinton Foundation.


A few of the emails were displayed on the Twitter feed for DCLeaks highlighting donors and friends to the Clinton machine. While direct evidence implicating Clinton or her foundation of violating any election laws cannot be found within the massive pile of emails, it is clear that trusted people of her inner circle were wearing many hats, like Caprica Marshall.



True Activist reports:


Another hacked email is titled “FW: Lists” and was sent to Capricia Marshall from Jackson Dunn of FTI consulting. FTI consulting specializes in corporate finance and restructuring, economic consulting, forensic and litigation consulting, strategic communications and technology. Dunn, in the email refers to the attachment as “fixer – top secret.” The original email is from Amanda McTyre of Hillary Clinton’s campaign and is dated May 15, 2015. She notes that there are 710 individuals in the DC area who gave significantly more than the legal donation limit for individuals ($2,700) and were noted as “max outs.” McTyre said that the extra money could not be refunded but that “should be fixed soon.”


Most of the individuals listed in the documents gave over $5,400, nearly double the legal limit. If these refunds were never issued – as Dunn’s “top secret” comment suggests, this could be proof that Hillary’s campaign knowingly broke campaign finance laws regarding the limits for individual contributors. In addition, others who received the same email made no mention of refunding the amounts and Marshall herself referred to McTyre’s news as “terrific.” They then discussed making plans with some of the “max outs” for a casual get-together to “informally” discuss the campaign. However, the receipts of these generous and potentially illegal individual donations did not stop Hillary’s campaign from systemically overcharging her poorest donors.


Despite this new revelation, we probably won’t see any charges being filed from this as the FBI director James Comey and Attorney General Loretta Lynch have already shown that they are willing to break federal laws to secure a presidential office for Clinton.


It is up to us, the voters, to share this information far and wide. Clinton must be found guilty on November 8th.




That too crazy to be true chat from CTR is now connected to actual people (v/whatever)

submitted ago by TheDude2

We were treated to this yesterday: Every CTR asshole.

Previously we had this:

When I first read that chat log I figured that shit was fake as hell. I mean, if it is real then the FBI needs to be kicking doors in and dragging a lot of people to prison. If the FBI doesn’t want to do it then we need to get on the Senators. If they don…you get the idea. But like I said, it had to be fake, right?

Check out the names between the fec link and that chat log. Now I’m wondering if this guy is connected:


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[–] SumYungGuy 4 points (+5|-1) ago 

That was fucking terrifying. “Compile a list of 150 top users on 4chan, 400 from reddit, anyone from 8chan with NSA compromising software.”

“And what is Brock gonna do with that data?”

“Shut the fuck up.”

“Sir, I want to know what he wants to do with these users after we dox them?”

“Google Seth Rich and shut the fuck up.”

[–] TheDude2 [S] 1 points (+2|-1) ago 

You read it and you think “no fucking way this real” and you forget about it, because if it is true then Americans need to stand up for justice. I know I wanted it to be fake, but now another piece of the puzzle put them together. Then again, a hoaxer could have used the same data from the FEC.

When you start to look at the companies CTR works with it gets scary. I am going to tell myself it’s just a nutty conspiracy because the alternative is horrifying.

[–] SumYungGuy 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

I don’t doubt the validity of the chat log, actually. I dispute where it came from, this seems like it was lifted and submitted by an employee at CTR who thinks this is going too far. Look at the consistency in speech patterns between different people. The subtle things, like typos when Brock got flustered.

I’d have an easier time believing multiple people got involved in a clever chat room thing, taking on personas and acting accordingly than I would one individual sitting down and typing this all out. And I don’t believe that is what happened, just by the way they’re talking it seems sincere.

Fucking horrifying.

[–] IBegToDiffer 2 points (+3|-1) ago 

We need to figure out when the FEC list was published and if it precedes the chat screencap.

But this is really creepy:

BROCK – David Brock EFINK – Elliot Fink SHAW – Connor Shaw

[–] Precipitate 2 points (+2|-0) ago  (edited ago)

It looks like they might’ve filed in July. Their financials that were reported to the FEC are from 1/1/15 to 6/30/16, so they would’ve had to have been filed after that and then I’m sure there was some lag time between receiving the filing and publishing. Financial filings can be found here:

The dates on the names match up. The disbursement dates are 6/30/16, so it would’ve had to have been filed after. I’m guessing all that was filed at the same time, so if you can find a date for the financial release then you should have your date for the publication of the names.

Edit: Filing date was 7/15/16. Filing dates can be found here:

Edit 2: I can’t be sure if this is from the 7/15 filing, but the raised/spent/cash on hand numbers match up. This article was from 7/21:

[–] TheDude2 [S] 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

When did the chat log get released?

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[–] ExpertShitposter 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Two months ago i posted this.PNG titled “paid shills in action”. Some people called me a “hurr durr people I disagree with are shills” tin foil idiot.

[–] TheDude2 [S] 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

I thought it was all hurr dee hurr, now it looks like there MAY be something to it.



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