Hillary Psy-Op: DNC "Hack" is a Scam to Demonize TrumpTrump says DNC did the "hacking" itself...
Jun. 15, 2016
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The DNC working in concert with the Washington Post just staged a masterful psy-op to get Trump supporters to spread anti-Trump propaganda.
Posing as the release of "opposition research," the "hacked" file on Donald Trump is nothing more than a collection of news clippings painting Trump in the worst possible light.
Most of the donor information is already public and actual donation amounts are much higher than in the "leaked" document. For example, George Soros has given $7 million to Shillary whereas the document says he's only given $1 million.
Additionally, the "leaked" democrat strategies are all pro-democrat fluff propaganda.
Donald Trump himself said just hours ago he believes the DNC "hacked" itself:
“We believe it was the DNC that did the ‘hacking’ as a way to distract from the many issues facing their deeply flawed candidate and failed party leader,” Trump said in a statement released Wednesday. “Too bad the DNC doesn’t hack Crooked Hillary’s, 33,000 missing emails.”There's no reason to believe this hack is genuine.
Odds are this was a staged hoax with the DNC working in concert with the Washington Post. The Post released a fake story yesterday about "Russian hackers" getting into the DNC's servers acting as though they were going to blow the lid off of Hillary's many scams, but instead the "hackers" released a bunch of news clippings demonizing Trump and an old outdated donors list which actually downplays how much dirty money she's received.
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