The Russian hoax is now admitted to be false, manufactured by Hillary Clinton, the Justice Department and the intelligence agencies for the purpose of causing Donald Trump to lose the 2016 election.
However, that revelation has not stopped the Jewish media from continually printing articles casually claiming it was real.
During the 2016 presidential election, Russian operatives used Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and other social media platforms to spread disinformation to divide the American electorate. Since then, the social media companies have spent billions of dollars and hired tens of thousands of people to help clean up their act.
But have the platforms really become more sophisticated at handling misinformation?
People are engaging more on Facebook today with news outlets that routinely publish misinformation than they did before the 2016 election, according to new research from the German Marshall Fund Digital, the digital arm of the public policy think tank. The organization, which has a data partnership with the start-up NewsGuard and the social media analytics firm NewsWhip, published its findings on Monday.
In total, Facebook likes, comments and shares of articles from news outlets that regularly publish falsehoods and misleading content roughly tripled from the third quarter of 2016 to the third quarter of 2020, the group found.
The lede is actually the only place where the Times mentions Russia in the article.
It has become so much of a pillar of the mythological cosmology around the religion that puts Donald Trump and White Men as the center of an evil agenda that it can’t just be removed from the narrative because it was proved false.
This is the degree to which the current media is lying to the population.
They jumped the shark with coronavirus, and now none of it actually has any relationship at all to reality.