Should People Implicated in the DNC Leaks Resign?

Should people implicated in the DNC leaks resign?

  • Yes, people implicated in the leaks should resign.

    Votes: 6 75.0%
  • No, there shouldn't be any resignations.

    Votes: 2 25.0%

  • Total voters
    8
Aug 2015
619
167
Outremer (Taiwan)
It used to be that resignations were normal when it was proven that people were biased, or were colluding to the advantage of others, as the DNC colluded with Hillary's campaign (HFA) and certain media bodies. Should the people who were outed in these leaks resign? This is not including DWS, who resigned only to be hired by Hillary's campaign, which she had been colluding with; so many people feel she has not truly resigned. So are resignations appropriate? Why or why not?
 
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On a happy trail
It used to be that resignations were normal when it was proven that people were biased, or were colluding to the advantage of others, as the DNC colluded with Hillary's campaign (HFA) and certain media bodies. Should the people who were outed in these leaks resign? This is not including DWS, who resigned only to be hired by Hillary's campaign, which she had been colluding with; so many people feel she has not truly resigned. So are resignations appropriate? Why or why not?
Whose been implicated other than Trump implicating himself? Were you one of the hackers? Maybe Taiwan was the source rather than Korea?
 
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ARMCX1

Former Staff
Jun 2013
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I don't know enough about it in terms of individual persons involved beyond Assange, DWS and allegedly Putin. DWS is gone. Good luck with Assange and Putin.

The FBI is involved. The DNC tilted heavily for Clinton. Not new news since February and not a crime that I know of.

What may prove interesting is if the Trump campaign colluded with the hackers and distributers. That might be a crime.
 
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Macduff

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Apr 2010
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No one is going to resign. There is no word for accountability in the Clintonian language. Wasserman Schultz didn't even resign. She just transferred.
 

TNVolunteer73

Former Staff
Nov 2014
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It used to be that resignations were normal when it was proven that people were biased, or were colluding to the advantage of others, as the DNC colluded with Hillary's campaign (HFA) and certain media bodies. Should the people who were outed in these leaks resign? This is not including DWS, who resigned only to be hired by Hillary's campaign, which she had been colluding with; so many people feel she has not truly resigned. So are resignations appropriate? Why or why not?
They should be heled accountable for their violation of campaign finance laws. What happens the IF next release by WikiLeaks shows that Hillary Clinton was aware of the act.
 

TNVolunteer73

Former Staff
Nov 2014
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TN
Whose been implicated other than Trump implicating himself? Were you one of the hackers? Maybe Taiwan was the source rather than Korea?
No Trump did not implicate himself The DNC Said it was the Russians, he just asked the Russians to return the American People what was hacked. (Since the American People paid for it).
 

ARMCX1

Former Staff
Jun 2013
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SoCal
They did, then why has the FBI say they do not know if it was the Russians or not..
Because they don't jump to instant conclusions like some of the the media and most of the inhabitants of the political world do?

The FBI isn't focussing on who said and did what at the DNC unless pulling strings is a crime.

They are focussing on who hacked, who distributed and why.
 
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Jun 2014
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They did, then why has the FBI say they do not know if it was the Russians or not..

They knew who did it immediately after they discovered the hack. Of course, knowing and proving are two different things.

Perhaps Trump sent hackers to Russia so the FBI couldn't trace the IP addresses back to New York?

Nah... Any hackers that Trump might have hired would have failed miserably.