Russian Disinformation

Ahead of the 2020 election, the FBI, US intelligence agencies and Joe Biden described the Hunter Biden laptop as being “Russian disinformation”

“Nearly four of five Americans who’ve been following the Hunter Biden laptop scandal believe that “truthful” coverage would have changed the outcome of the 2020 presidential election”

2020 election outcome would differ with Hunter Biden laptop coverage: poll

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4 Responses to Russian Disinformation

  1. rah says:

    I don’t believe that truthful information about Hunter would have changed a thing. The fix was already in. And besides that, anyone that voted for Biden was a communist/socialist, out for personal gain, or the kind of moron labeled a “low information voter”.

  2. Eli the Pit Bulldog says:

    In civilized societies people should go to prison over stealing elections.
    That would mean most everyone in the DNC and those in the Uni-party right that knew about it and did nothing.
    The FBI should be investigating and raiding the current occupants in the White House, along with key members of the democrat party. And while they are at it, a full investigation into the corruption in Ukraine which includes both Republican and Democrat involvement in the 2014-2016 years that set this all up.
    Putin is starting to look like a saint compared to these guys. Imagine that, members of congress have been supporting full blown NAZIS the whole time.

  3. Disillusioned says:

    Something is amiss.

    After admitting the Federal Bureau of Disinformation told Zuck the Russians were involved in 2016, and were concerned about 2022, Joe R. asks him if the Federal Bureau of Disinformation told him specifically to be “on guard about” the Hunter story [as Russian disinformation]. Listen to his bizarre answer, and watch his facial expression (and watch how his answer morphs): https://youtu.be/kSp2YOayfSQ?t=114. In answer to Joe R’s question, at 2:10 he quickly says, “No.” He then looks down, closes his eyes tightly in a mini-pregnant pause, and upon opening his eyes back he says he doesn’t remember – “I don’t remember if it [the laptop story] was that specifically, but …it basically fit the pattern.”

    Something doesn’t jive. What pattern? Why change your answer in mid sentence? What did the disinformation bureau representative say to you?

    Either the Federal Bureau of Disinformation told Zuck specifically about the HB laptop story or they didn’t. If they didn’t, and then he censored the story, he cannot blame it on a visit from the Federal Bureau of Disinformation. That would mean they (fakebook) made the decision on their own that the HB laptop story was Russian disinfo. If disinformation bureau did tell him, then why would he patently deny it when asked specifically, and then in the same breath immediately change his story claiming temporary, issue-specific amnesia? (LOL and SMH simultaneously)

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