Hoax Alert: Do Not Believe The Fake Report 'Russia Hacked Hillary's Email & Deciding Whether to Release'Chris Menahan
May. 10, 2016
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There's a fake story making the rounds on conservative sites and even Judge Andrew Napolitano mentioned it last night on Kelly File claiming Russia hacked into Hillary's emails and is "debating whether to release the 20,000 emails they have hacked off of [her] server."
The story is from known hoax-artist "Sorcha Faal" and the known fake-news site WhatDoesItMean.com.
This site has been pumping out entirely fake news stories for almost a decade now, yet people keep falling for their fake crap because they don't know the history of the source.
I don't want to call anyone out, people fall for these hoaxes all the time, but I do want our readers to know this story comes from a well known hoaxer with a long history of making such stories up.
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