After the defeat of Hillary Rodent Clinton in the election, the latest act of desperation from her media presstitutes is the invention of fake news. Or rather, blaming others for what the MSM have been doing for the last n years. Hillary Rodent Clinton has to lie in the same way ordinary people have to breathe in order to live.
As every disagreement with the progressive agenda is “hate speech”, every news item exposing the crooked activities of the Rodent-in-Chief is “fake news”.
The Wikileaks emails, and the Project Veritas videos, showed the extent of corruption in the Democrat Party and the news media, their collusion and dishonesty, and their contempt from the ordinary folk of America. To try to throw the public off the scent, the invention of a great Russian/Julian Assange conspiracy is invented to stop you noticing that the Democrats actively conspired to generate violence at Trump rallies, help illegals to vote, and many other things. The presstitutes are trying to confuse two distinct issues here. The first issue, vote fraud, consists of dead people voting Democrat and voters whose vote for Trump mysteriously shows up as a Clinton vote. This is interference with the election. The second issue, wholly unrelated, is the hacking of the DNC and Clinton’s email server. While Secretary of State, her email server was set up, against all security regulations, solely to protect her slush fund pay-to-play schemes for the Clinton Foundation. It was hacked. Too bad honey, your fault.
With regard to the second issue, whoever obtained the Clinton emails exposed the nefarious dealings of the inner workings of the Clinton campaign and their hacks and lackeys in the media. People found out how the Clintons work (as if they didn’t know already). That is a service to the American public. Thank you, Julian Assange. How voters choose to vote after that is their business entirely.
The presstitutes have been attempting to imply that the Russians/Julian Assange did this to ‘tip the election’ to Trump. This is bunk. The issue is ‘What did the emails reveal?’ and ‘Is that important?’
The presstitutes are focusing all their efforts at their doctored news on ‘who did it?’ rather than ‘what did the emails tell us?’
Might I add that I am shocked!, shocked and appalled!!, that a foreign power would try to gain information from another by underhand means!
It doesn’t matter if the Russians, Julian Assange, or the Martians, or anyone else, sent a letter or email to every voter saying ‘Please vote for candidate X’. The voters can vote for any candidate they please for any reason they deem fit. In one of the past elections (Bush/Kerry 2004) the Grauniad, the far-left Brit rag, implored voters, by mail and people contact, in one of the swing counties in the States to vote for Kerry. No one in the media got upset about that.
It’s not as if the Russian ambassador were handing out cookies to voters after the Trump victory as Ambassador Nuland was in Ukraine after the government there was overthrown by a CIA-financed coup.
The Washington Com-Post, no longer worthy of lining a kitty litter box, in one of the most disgraceful and scurrilous articles ever published, recently accused more than 200 websites, of many political persuasions, of disseminating Russian propaganda. As any opinion opposing the progressive mind-set is “hate speech’, so any news from any other source in the world, is “fake news”, unless approved by the oligarchy in DC. Many other countries have newspapers, and web-based news services, which are far better and more informative than the tripe dished out by the TV networks and the dead-tree press in the US. And with less of the sanctimonious humbug from ignorant journalists.
The “source” of their fake news was a dubious organization, ProporNot, that provided no evidence of anything. Their identities were protected by the Post. The Post is, of course, no stranger to fake news. In fact, they are masters at it. Back in 1981, their famed reporter, Janet Cooke, had her Pulitzer Prize withdrawn because her articles about heroin addicts were entirely fake.
Likewise, the New York Slimes set the standard back in the 1930s with their correspondent, Walter Duranty, who wrote glowing reports of the joyous life of Soviet citizens during the Stalin-induced famines in which millions died. Other writers, notably the British author Malcom Muggeridge, had the courage and honesty to expose these lies. But Duranty has never had his Pulitzer Prize revoked.
In view of this, I propose a new award for fake newspapers and their fake news: the Walter Duranty Award for Mendacity in Journalism. The NYT and the Washington Post are lead contenders for the first award.
The Internet, and the new journalism of free citizens, means that we are no longer at the mercy of these liberal rags for information. Their days are numbered and the end will come sooner than they think. This election has shown that their worthless bunkum is no longer believed.