Roy Batty and Andrew Anglin
July 10, 2019
The Russians have been caught red-handed trying to undermine America’s faith in
Liberal Democracy Hillary Clinton.
This Yahoo! News special report is written by Michael Isikoff, the literal Russian Jew who literally wrote the fake news article at the request of the FBI about the Pissgate dossier, so the FBI could present his article as part of their FISA warrant application.
Rod Rosenstein and James Comey told the court that the article corroborated the Steele Dossier, but actually, Steele himself called up Isikoff and told him to print it. Devin Nunes wrote about this in his memo on the Pissgate hoax, but somehow after doing the biggest fake news story in history, Isikoff is still employed at Yahoo! News and they don’t even bother to put a note at the top saying, like, “take this story with a grain of salt because this Jew is pretty much totally personally responsible for that years long Russian hoax.”
They just assume that anyone stupid enough to believe this story is also way too stupid to know about the journalist’s history or even read the byline. Which is obviously a pretty safe assumption.
In the summer of 2016, Russian intelligence agents secretly planted a fake report claiming that Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich was gunned down by a squad of assassins working for Hillary Clinton, giving rise to a notorious conspiracy theory that captivated conservative activists and was later promoted from inside President Trump’s White House, a Yahoo News investigation has found.
Russia’s foreign intelligence service, known as the SVR, first circulated a phony “bulletin” — disguised to read as a real intelligence report —about the alleged murder of the former DNC staffer on July 13, 2016, according to the U.S. federal prosecutor who was in charge of the Rich case. That was just three days after Rich, 27, was killed in what police believed was a botched robbery while walking home to his group house in the Bloomingdale neighborhood of Washington, D.C., about 30 blocks north of the Capitol.
This is a new tactic!
Instead of just denying the Seth Rich story, they’re switching tracks and preemptively blaming it on the Russians.
What’s the endgame here though?
The Russian effort to exploit Rich’s tragic death didn’t stop with the fake SVR bulletin. Over the course of the next two and a half years, the Russian government-owned media organizations RT and Sputnik repeatedly played up stories that baselessly alleged that Rich, a relatively junior-level staffer, was the source of Democratic Party emails that had been leaked to WikiLeaks. It was an idea first floated by WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who on Aug. 9, 2016, announced a $20,000 reward for information about Rich’s murder, saying — somewhat cryptically — that “our sources take risks.”
Remember, Julian Assange is a Russian agent because the leaks that he published revealed DNC corruption (and started #pizzagate), and so he was in on the Russian conspiracy from the start!
At the same time, online trolls working in St. Petersburg, Russia, for the Internet Research Agency (IRA) — the same shadowy outfit that conducted the Russian social media operation during the 2016 election — aggressively boosted the conspiracy theories. IRA-created fake accounts, masquerading as those of American citizens or political groups, tweeted and retweeted more than 2,000 times about Rich, helping to keep the bogus claims about his death in the social media bloodstream, according to an analysis of a database of Russia troll accounts by Yahoo News.
Speaking publicly about the case for the first time, Sines, the former prosecutor, said that the Russian conspiracy-mongering vastly complicated her efforts to solve the murder by forcing her and the Washington, D.C., police department to investigate a blizzard of false allegations in order to make sure there was nothing to any of them. “To waste your time investigating BS is just horrible,” said Sines.
The Russian-inspired conspiracy theories also have had a devastating effect on the Rich family, especially after the theories migrated to alt-right websites and, ultimately, primetime Fox News shows. As they did so, there were repeated suggestions by alt-right commentators that the DNC staffer’s parents and brother were concealing information about his conduct.
So, the Russians came up with the theory and then fed it to the Alt-Right (which they also started), which then dutifully used the information to destroy Hillary Clinton’s chances of winning the presidency to ensure that Orange Cheeto Hitler ascended the Throne and that the concentration camps for brown people were opened right after America’s nuclear codes were handed over to Putin, personally, during a visit to a hotel in Moscow where Trump pissed on some prostitutes.
Nice try, Isikoff.
This was published Tuesday, and the Jew went on Morning Joe the same day, and Media Matters is shilling it like “LOOK AT THIS REAL NEWS STORY HERE THO.”
On Morning Joe, the Jew actually said:
It was classic Russian active measures, what the Soviets did during the Cold War, planting conspiracy theories in various newspapers around the world. In this case, they picked an obscure website that’s a frequent vehicle for Russian propaganda and it just grew from there.
This is the guy who planted a conspiracy theory in the obscure Yahoo! News site for the FBI as part of Jewish “active measures.”
Come on now.
We’ve all been rused too many times.
The murder of Seth Rich is still unsolved three years later. The killers are still at large, so as much as they want to bury this case, it still needs to be explained.
We don’t know who killed him, of course. What we do know is that according to the FBI’s own claims (which are from a private company, because they never even examined the server themselves), the data transfer from the DNC server was too fast to have been done over the internet, meaning someone copied it to a thumb-drive. We know that days after it was leaked, Seth Rich was mysteriously dead.
All of the evidence points to the obvious.
And sending out a key figure in the Pissgate hoax to muddy the waters does not make these people look more credible.
“Russian Hackers” isn’t going to cut it this time.