Behind the app that delayed Iowa’s voting results is a dark money operation funded by anti-Bernie Sanders billionaires. Its top donor Seth Klarman is a Buttigieg backer who has dumped money into pro-settler Israel lobby groups.
The app that sowed chaos at the 2020 Iowa caucuses was the work of Shadow, Inc., a group founded by veterans of the Clinton campaign.
While Democrats speculated widely about a mythical plot between the Trump campaign and Russia, no attention was given to the more substantial ties and deals between Democratic officials and Russia.
The silence of the press, whose own fate is inextricably intertwined, regarding the ongoing persecution of Julian Assange is deafening.
Published almost 2 years ago, in the aftermath of Hillary Clinton’s shattering defeat by the least popular, dangerously unqualified presidential candidate in U.S. history — a loss that Hillary and the DNC refused to own, immediately diverting all the blame to Russia and James Comey while relentlessly cultivating the narrative of Trump/Putin collusion and “Russian meddling” to suppress and discredit the damning revelations within the WikiLeaks emails of the DNC rigging the primary against Bernie Sanders — Craig Murray gives his firsthand account debunking anonymous CIA claims pushing the Russiagate collusion narrative.
According to Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA), who visited Julian Assange at the London Ecuadorian embassy in August 2017, the WikiLeaks founder possesses physical evidence proving Russia did not hack the DNC. Assange has consistently held that the emails were leaked by an insider for the past 2 years.
The Department of Justice Inspector General has announced it will investigate the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) over the use of a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) court order to Read More…
It seems as if some measure of bad karma has finally come to haunt the friends of Hillary Clinton, with news emerging this week that France’s former President Nicholas Sarkozy Read More…
As Russia-gate continues to buffet the Trump administration, we now know that the “scandal” started with Democrats funding the original dubious allegations of Russian interference, notes Joe Lauria.
During his plane ride extradition from Romania to the United States in 2016, the original hacker known as “Guccifer” told Fox News’ Pamela Browne that one of his handlers asked slyly: “what would your opinion be if another Guccifer showed up?” He then went on to declare that “Guccifer 2.0 is an inside job” by U.S. government agencies.
New forensic evidence supports Julian Assange’s repeated assertions that the DNC emails (containing damning proof that the party had rigged the 2016 primary election against Bernie Sanders) published by Wikileaks came from a leak, challenging claims that Russia had “hacked” the DNC.
In this 2016 documentary centered around the 2016 presidential election, investigative reporter Greg Palast and his gumshoe side-kick Badpenny are on a mission to get their hands on the data, analyze it and go find some of these 7.2 million Americans tagged “suspects” and “potential duplicate voters” by Kris Kobach’s Interstate Crosscheck program.
37% of Detroit precincts counted more ballots than voters, while 392 of the city’s 662 precincts had voter counts that did not match the amount of ballots. 95 poll books were also unaccounted for at the beginning of the canvass, delivered several days later. 5 of them still have not been turned in and are presumed missing.
During Green Party candidate Jill Stein’s entire presidential run, the Big Three TV Networks (ABC, CBS, and NBC) altogether spent a meager 36 seconds total in coverage of her campaign. However, since Stein began her election recount campaign last Wednesday, the same Big Three TV networks that refused to report on her have provided her TWELVE TIMES more coverage in the last five days alone than they did over the entirety of her year-long run for the White House.
In light of the recent mounting criticism over how fake news sites may have influenced the presidential election’s outcome, Google has agreed to fund a project to develop automated fact-finding tools.