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New York Times exposes Russian Collusion... by Democrats


Daily Wire"The secret project, carried out on Facebook and Twitter, was likely too small to have a significant effect on the race, in which the Democratic candidate it was designed to help, Doug Jones, edged out the Republican, Roy S. Moore," The New York Times reported.

The Times notes that the methods implored by Democrats concern some who fear that they "taint elections in the United States."

"The project’s operators created a Facebook page on which they posed as conservative Alabamians, using it to try to divide Republicans and even to endorse a write-in candidate to draw votes from Mr. Moore," The Times continued. "It involved a scheme to link the Moore campaign to thousands of Russian accounts that suddenly began following the Republican candidate on Twitter, a development that drew national media attention."

The New York Times obtained an internal report on the Democrat's operation, which stated it "experimented with many of the tactics now understood to have influenced the 2016 elections."

"We orchestrated an elaborate 'false flag' operation that planted the idea that the Moore campaign was amplified on social media by a Russian botnet," the report added.

This is basically the same thing they did with Trump, at least in terms of smearing the candidate with baseless rumors of Russian collusion. There are no indications at this time that law enforcement or intelligence agencies were abused to spy on the campaign, but the repeated use of the smear is an interesting element.

This entry was published Mon Dec 24 08:47:20 CST 2018 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2018-12-20 10:45:30.0. [Tweet]

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