Daily Check-In 11/15/2017

HSIOW. Holy Shit, It’s Only Wednesday

MORE WOMEN COME FORWARD ACCUSING ROY MOORE OF DATING THEM WHILE THEY WERE TEENAGERS

The sixth and seventh women have come forward, accusing Roy Moore of hitting on them while they were teenagers and he was in his thirties.

We are well past the point of random coincidence. Combined with further details that he was banned from the Gasden Mall for his constant and continued harassment of the underage girls working there, and that the YMCA banned him from their premises after he solicited girls for sex (yes, you read that right), he is a Grade A Creep.

This puts every single decision of his under scrutiny. Every judicial action gets a look. Every comment, every stance that he’s made in public gets thrown under a microscope.

This is on top of his shady, and likely illegal actions with his charity that he uses like an ATM.

By the way, his wife has gone on the offensive against the women accusing her husband of chasing after girls. She’s gone after them on social media, lying all over. And those lies are easily disproved, like saying that the restaurant that one woman worked at didn’t exist in 1977 when it did, or forging a letter of endorsement from 53 pastors by changing the date and text of the letter to reflect current events, or that the yearbook signature was a forgery.

By the way, Kayla Moore, then Kalya Kisor, was Classmates with Beverly Nelson, the fifth accuser.

I shit you not.

STEELE DOSSIER “70-90% ACCURATE”, SOURCES WERE NOT PAID

According to The Guardian, the Steele Dossier is “70-90% accurate.”

Before anyone gets their panties in a twist and scream “so, it’s wrong!”, let me explain how this works.

The Steele Dossier is a Raw Intelligence document, meant to serve as a guide to more in-depth raw and unrefined information. It uses sources like HUMINT (human intelligence, like investigative work), RUMINT (rumored intelligence, like gossip), and SIGINT (signals intelligence, like intercepted calls and mails).

Think of it like a first draft treatment for a novel or screenplay. A lot of the basics are there, like the main characters, plot points, and general settings, but things can change between the first draft and final version. Minor characters get combined or dropped, or a scene gets moved from Kiev to Milan due to … reasons.

Another important story about the Dossier is that Congress told the Trump Administration that none of the sources were paid.

This is important for two reasons.

First, one of the big talking points used to discredit it was that the sources were paid, and their testimony should be discarded.

Second, because the sources weren’t paid, and many of them may have even been killed, this information gains a little it more substance.

This increase in chatter about the Dossier could mean that something about it is likely to drop, perhaps some new piece is about to get verified. It could be nothing, but then again, Several pieces have already been confirmed.

UNITED KINGDOM CONFIRMS RUSSIAN CYBERATTACKS, 150,000 TROLL ACCOUNTS USED IN BREXIT

The Russians have attacked the IT infrastructure of several British utilities and other infrastructure . These attacks are not the first time that Russia has incurred into British sovereignty. Their role in Brexit is still being uncovered. Over 150,000 Twitter accounts were used by the Russians in support of Brexit.

SIX DEMOCRATS INTRODUCE ARTICLES OF IMPEACHMENT AGAINST DONALD TRUMP

Oh, by the way, This just happened. Multiple Articles of Impeachment were filed today against Donald Trump.

Don’t get too excited, we’re nowhere near the endgame yet.

These are preliminary moves to build a paper trail, and serve as a signal for others. As support for impeachment grows, more politicians will jump on board.

There were several attempts made at impeaching Nixon before he eventually resigned.

Remember, Mueller is still investigating Trump and hasn’t returned any indictments against him…yet.

That’s it for today.

Thank you, and have a good one.

“Without Journalists, it’s just propaganda.”

– Katy Tur

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