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Good things, some with black hearts
♥ Paul Manafort was removed from a plane headed to Dubai because his passport was revoked. There’s some confusion on Twitter about what this means, how far it goes but for now it’s fun. ♥ I’m not listening to the … Continue reading
Posted in Fascism, Good Things Happening, Joe Biden and his people, Judiciary, Law, suits and order, Lawyers, Politics, Propaganda, Racism, The Facts of Life, Trumpism, War on women Tagged Affordable Care Act, Barack Obama, child pornography, CREW, Ketanji Brown Jackson, Lindsey Graham, Mo Brooks, NATO, Paul Manafort, pedophilia, President Biden, Russian Kompromat, Russian sanctions, Senate Judiciary Committee, subpoena, Ted Cruz, Trump Comments Off on Good things, some with black hearts
Remember the Russians’ default political smear?
While working on Part Two: The Fakes of Life for my book, How I Learned The Facts of Life, I picked up a pattern in the Russian attacks on our 2016 election. They throw out false accusations (kompromat) of pedophilia … Continue reading
Posted in Fascism, How I Learned The Facts of Life, Komprosplat, Mueller investigation, political campaigns, Politics, The Facts of Life, Trumpism Tagged child sexual abuse, child trafficking, Comet Pizza, Hillary Clinton, Kevin Roose, New York Times, QAnon, Russian election interference, Russian Kompromat, Trump Comments Off on Remember the Russians’ default political smear?
How many people saw Russian campaign ads? And maybe were influenced by them?
From 538 Significant Digits: 10 million Estimated number of Facebook users who saw 2016 political ads paid for by Russian entities. That’s what $100,000 for 3,000 ads buys you. [The Wall Street Journal]
Posted in Komprosplat, Politics, The Facts of Life, voting rights Tagged 2016 election, 538 Significant Digits, Facebook users, facts of life, facts of life versus fake news, Russian Facebook ads, Russian Kompromat Comments Off on How many people saw Russian campaign ads? And maybe were influenced by them?