U.S. Govt, Media Work to Revive Russia Hoax After Mueller DisasterChris Menahan
Jul. 27, 2019
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The public must be reminded constantly that we have always been at war with Eastasia.
From New York Times, "Russia Targeted Election Systems in All 50 States, Report Finds":
The Senate Intelligence Committee concluded Thursday that election systems in all 50 states were targeted by Russia in 2016, an effort more far-reaching than previously acknowledged and one largely undetected by the states and federal officials at the time.It also came 24 hours after Mueller revealed he's never heard of Fusion GPS and seems to be generally "out of it" mentally.
While details of many of the hackings directed by Russian intelligence, particularly in Illinois and Arizona, are well known, the committee described "an unprecedented level of activity against state election infrastructure" intended largely to search for vulnerabilities in the security of the election systems.Incidentally, while the New York Times stated definitely in their headline that the report found "Russia targeted election systems in all 50 states," the Washington Post's headline said "Russians probably targeted election systems in all 50 states."
As I reported Wednesday, a federal judge earlier this month rebuked Mueller's team for providing "no evidence" the Russian government was even behind the IRA troll farm but the media just ignored her bombshell ruling. Now they're trying to move on to a new hacking claim assuming the public can just be easily led along and distracted with a new sensational tale.
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