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Russians accessed voter records in 2 Florida counties, FBI confirms

Posted by M. C. on May 14, 2019

President Bill Clinton meddled in Russian affairs in the 1990s and helped Boris Yeltsin get elected to a second term, political analyst Dick Morris told Newsmax TV.

“When I worked for Clinton, Clinton called me and said, ‘I want to get Yeltsin elected as president of Russia against Gennady Zyuganov, who was the communist who was running against him. Putin was Zyuganov’s major backer.

The FBI asked that the names of the counties not be disclosed

The Russians know, but the FIB won’t let Florida voters know!

https://www.politico.com/states/florida/story/2019/05/14/russians-accessed-voter-records-in-two-florida-counties-fbi-confirms-1015760

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Russian hackers had a successful “intrusion“ into the voting registration files of two Florida counties in 2015, Gov. Ron DeSantis said today.

The FBI asked that the names of the counties not be disclosed, DeSantis said in a press conference.

The hacking did not affect any vote tallying and DeSantis said there is no evidence of “manipulation.”

Florida was singled out in special prosecutor Robert Mueller’s report on Russian interference in the 2016 elections…

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FLORIDA FAILED TO RUN FBI BACKGROUND CHECKS ON GUN OWNERS DUE TO FORGOTTEN PASSWORD

Posted by M. C. on June 13, 2018

The employee said that if the checks weren’t done, it could cause “an embarassment to the agency.”  That horse is long gone.

Like George Will says, the words you should fear most are “I am from the government and am here to help”.

http://www.thedailysheeple.com/florida-failed-to-run-fbi-background-checks-on-gun-owners-due-to-forgotten-password_062018

For over a year, the state of Florida did not run FBI background checks on tens of thousands of residents applying for concealed weapons permits starting in February 2016 – because an employee forgot the password to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS), reports the Tampa Bay Times.

The screwup by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services was discovered by the Office of Inspector General, and meant that anyone from felons to people with mental illness may have been granted the right to carry a firearm in public.

The employee in charge of the background checks could not log into the system, the investigator learned. The problem went unresolved until discovered by another worker in March 2017 — meaning that for more than a year applications got approved without the required background check. –Tampa Bay Times

The report found that there were 134,000 requests for permits in the fiscal year ending in June 2015, and 245,000 applicants over the next 12 months. 2017 applications topped both, at 275,000 applications. Read the rest of this entry »

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The Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity : More Gun Violence: Let’s Look Beyond Politics

Posted by M. C. on February 21, 2018

http://www.ronpaulinstitute.org/archives/featured-articles/2018/february/19/more-gun-violence-let-s-look-beyond-politics/

…It’s unfortunate that while many are quick to demand that guns be taken away from peaceful Americans, they don’t seem to have much to say about guns when they’re in the hands of government authorities shooting innocent people. If we need any gun control, it is to get control of the guns in the hands of thousands of government employees who use them against innocent people with impunity.

For example, why do those calling for more gun control remain silent when armed federal agents raid Amish farms to stop them from selling raw milk? This shows the hypocrisy of those who call for restrictions on private firearms ownership while supporting the use of government violence as a means of controlling our lives. Read the rest of this entry »

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