NYT Finally Admits The Claim '17 Intelligence Agencies' Agree Russia Hacked Our Election Is FalseChris Menahan
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The New York Times issued a correction Thursday where they admitted only four intelligence agencies, not "17" as Democrats and the media have repeated ad nauseam, claim Russia hacked the election.
From The Daily Caller:
The New York Times issued a correction Thursday on an article that incorrectly claimed all 17 U.S. intelligence agencies agreed that “Russia orchestrated the attacks, and did it to help get [Trump] elected.”Hillary Clinton pushed fake news and The New York Times and everyone else ran with it without question.
Take a look at how many fake news sites on Google News are repeating this lie.
Imagine how far this fake news from Hillary Clinton and the Democrats has circulated compared to the fake news the Pope endorsed Donald Trump.
The Washington Post in their propaganda piece from just days ago titled, "Obama's secret struggle to punish Russia for Putin’s election assault," repeated the lie in a quote from an Obama spokesman.
Among many others, the Associated Press also repeated the lie:
This lie had been repeated so many times in the minds of Democrats it's an indisputable fact. John Podesta just repeated it during his testy interview with Maria Bartiromo.
It's rather stunning The New York Times is even admitting it's false.
That said, I must say I'm sad I can no longer joke that Coast Guard Intelligence (CGI) helped determine the evil Russkies "hacked our elections."
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