Democrats’ fake data scheme in Alabama sheds doubt on James Comey investigation

By December 30, 2018January 2nd, 2019Politics

What if the president is right that the “Russian collusion” investigation really is a hoax waged by a witches brew of political foes to derail his administration?

Before you dismiss the idea as “conspiracy theory,” take a look at the false flag operation that took place during the 2018 U.S. Senate race in Alabama between Republican candidate Roy Moore and Democrat victor Doug Jones.

In a shocking report first revealed by The New York Times this week, we learned that a Democrat political group known as AET (American Engagement Technologies), funded by liberal billionaire and LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman, created thousands of fake Russian botnet accounts disseminated on Facebook and Twitter in an attempt to link Moore with the Russian government. The disinformation electrified Democrats and anti-Trump media who then trafficked the ongoing narrative that Russia is meddling in U.S. elections in support of Republican candidates.

Here’s the kicker: It wasn’t the Kremlin using deceptive propaganda tactics to dupe Alabama voters — it was former President Barack Obama’s allies in Silicon Valley who orchestrated the shadow operation.

In addition to Hoffman who poured $750,000 into AET and millions more into other political organizations and “dark money” groups to help Democrat candidates last election cycle, the fake Russian botnet group is run by Obama administration alumni — including appointee Mikey Dickerson among others.

Hoffman has since apologized and now feigning ignorance. How convenient — and a tad too late — given that the Alabama Senate seat long held by conservatives for two decades has already flipped to Democrats — thanks in part to “Russian collusion” lies paid for by Democrat operatives.

Sound familiar?

It doesn’t take a sleuth to see the similarities between what happened in Alabama and the origins of the ongoing special counsel investigation. For starters the Trump-hating FBI — led by James Comey — didn’t even bother to obtain the DNC server that Americans were told was hacked by the Russians. What proof do U.S. intelligence agencies have that John Podesta’s emails weren’t hacked by another foreign government and/or individuals who gave them to Wikileaks?

None — if you never bothered to analyze the server.

Voters would be naive to believe anything Comey’s FBI’s tells us when it used a “salacious and unverified” dossier paid for by the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee to spy on political opponents. A discredited dossier fabricated by Russian informants and an ex-British spy who was fired by the FBI for lying.

Not exactly confidence building.

Bottom line: Acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker must appoint a new special counsel to investigate all of the above. With the 2020 presidential election kicking into high gear, not a minute too soon.

Adriana Cohen

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