Craig Timberg from Washington Post must be bored this Thanksgiving, spending his time concocting a rich and imaginative tale of fake news websites swaying the billion dollar Clinton campaign from no brainer win to a horrible loss. Here we are, once again, with the faux claims out of Washpo -- spreading their own ironic fake news of Russian hacking conspiracies and a furious -- and all of a sudden -- flood of fake news websites that worked in concert to elect Donald Trump. After all, how could anyone vote for a man who's credo was Americanism over globalism? Don't you like cheap prices at Walmart? To date, hard evidence of Russian interference in our elections has yet to materialize -- which was at the vanguard of the democrat response to embarrassing Wikileaks revelations that painted the party as wantonly corrupt and spirit cooking depraved. Since the election results shocked the establishment elite, there has been an absolute fervor across the media, led by Obama and his shills, to place the blame for Hillary's cosmically hilarious defeat on websites that challenge falsehoods and media cuckery . Washpo chimes in on the issue -- fueled by a McCarthy era styled list of Russian propaganda websites -- provided by shills at some bullshit website called ProporNot.
The flood of “fake news” this election season got support from a sophisticated Russian propaganda campaign that created and spread misleading articles online with the goal of punishing Democrat Hillary Clinton, helping Republican Donald Trump and undermining faith in American democracy, say independent researchers who tracked the operation. PropOrNot’s monitoring report, which was provided to The Washington Post in advance of its public release, identifies more than 200 websites as routine peddlers of Russian propaganda during the election season, with combined audiences of at least 15 million Americans. On Facebook, PropOrNot estimates that stories planted or promoted by the disinformation campaign were viewed more than 213 million times. “The way that this propaganda apparatus supported Trump was equivalent to some massive amount of a media buy,” said the executive director of PropOrNot, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to avoid being targeted by Russia’s legions of skilled hackers. “It was like Russia was running a super PAC for Trump’s campaign. .?.?. It worked.”
On ProporNot's list of websites to avoid, due to Russian propaganda risk, includes infowars.com, nakedcapitalism.com, wikileaks.org, zerohedge.com -- amongst many others. Propornot even provides their readers with a wonderful chrome browser extension to rout out these evil sites. Instead of reading propaganda, maybe you should read Snopes instead (serious eyeroll action). If you want to continue the discussion, go head on over to their Reddit page -- where another 26 people are interested in the complete shit they spew. According to recent Alexa rankings, these butthurt libtards are talking to themselves, literally, except for the moron singular shill from Washpo who wrote this absurd story. The quintessential picture of failure
I can sit here and claim alt-left sites like MotherJones and DailyKos are merely Chinese shills, working in concert with the Democratic Party, in an effort to elect democrats in order to continue to pursue a brand of globalism that favors the hollowing out of America's middle class, transferring vast amounts of wealth from here to there. In spite of the fact that everything I just said, as a matter of policy, is 100% accurate -- the cucks from Daily Kos had little to do with it.
The fake news conspiracy theories being promoted by very low and disingenuous news agencies, who've proven to be corrupted and co-opted by the Democratic Party, is embarrassing for the 4th estate. Instead of bucking up and dealing with their short comings, the fact that no one believes their shit anymore, they've gone apeshit hysterical over the success of Breitbart and other conservative leaning sites -- simply branding them as fake and actively working with Appnexus, Facebook and Google to demonetize them.
Welcome to the Chinafication of the American media.
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