Posted in Bird Dogging, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, News by Spellbound84, Politics, President of the United States, Republican, Secret Service, tagged #DrainTheSwamp, Bird Dogging, Bird Dogging List, Donald J. Trump, Donald Trump, Donald Trump for POTUS, Gun, Hillary's Goons, MAGA, Nevada, paid plants, rally, Reno, Republican candidate, Screamed, Secret Service Agents, shounted, Stage, virtual tie, WikiLeaks, Wikileaks Bird Dogging, yelled on November 6, 2016|
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“Gun” Screamed At Rally, Secret Service Agents ,Trump Rushed Off Stage, Wikileaks Bird Dogging List?#DrainTheSwamp#MAGA
This was very disturbing last night. Lower than low! But I think the Trump supporters would have given him a beat down. That made we want Hillary in prison again. Paid Hillary protester alleged attacker, Austyn Crites, who name is on alleged Wikileaks Bird Dogging List was the culprit.
Austyn Crites: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
Is there medal detectors and or a medal wand used? Also I wonder is there is a shake down by security before entrance into rally?
Clinton’s have poisoned the system. Those Bernie Sander’s supporters, how could you ever look at that woman? She has put new meaning into the word corrupt? Horrid.
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Posted in News by Donna, tagged Anonymous, British government, Downing Street, Ecuador, government, hackers, Home Office, Julian Assange, Protest, Tuesday, UK Government, UK government websites, United Kingdom government, webisites, websites, WikiLeaks on August 21, 2012|
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Anonymous attacks UK government websites to protest Assange-case. Hackers have targeted British government websites in the last 24 hours, the government said on Tuesday, after activist hacking group Anonymous said it had launched attacks to protest against the handling of the case of WikiLeaks‘ founder Julian Assange.
All the websites appeared to be functioning normally on Tuesday. Anonymous, a loose-knit group of international hackers, suggested it was behind the attacks which it linked to the Assange case.
Downing Street was dismissive of the incident.
There may have been an attempt but as far as we are concerned it was unsuccessful,”
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