2017-03-18, 09:53 AM
This article explains what the fake news are all about. Part of a larger strategy.
2017-03-18, 11:02 AM
There is no doubt fake news coming out of Russia like there is suppressed news coming out of the west. The west has done such a terrible job in the middle east and the refugee crisis that it has made the bed for Russia to sleep in if that is Russia's wish. You also don't want western censorship on news because of how poorly the mainstream news already operates. What we need is a lot more real truth coming out and people we can trust in the mainstream media and in government.
The government and mainstream media instead have given us little to trust and most of the US government is bought off by special interests. If we were to let the west complete its plans, flooding in Muslims without much opposition then we wouldn't want to live with what they would bring us even if Russia goes away.
2017-03-20, 11:00 PM
NSA and FBI say Russia had no influence in the US electoral process.
It comes from Zerohedge but the live video link says it all.
2017-03-21, 08:37 AM
And, of course, the Democrats are really the ones who have financial ties to Russia that need to be investigated. Campaign manager John Podesta's brother Tony is just one example:
"Podesta’s efforts were a key part of under-the-radar lobbying during the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign led mainly by veteran Democratic strategists to remove sanctions against Sberbank and VTB Capital, Russia’s second largest bank.
The two Russian banks spent more than $700,000 in 2016 on Washington lobbyists as they sought to end the U.S. sanctions, according to Senate lobbying disclosure forms*and documents filed with the Department of Justice."
2017-03-21, 09:10 AM
I suppose one day the America people will figure out that they are all dirty including the media, NSA, FBI and the CIA. It seems whoever is against Trump, think only he needs to be investigated or only he can do wrong.
2017-03-21, 09:27 AM
Did anybody from Toronto go to the Canadian Real Estate Wealth Expo. Tim Bergin saw the advertisement on Subway trains and figured he had to go to witness the true top in the Toronto real estate market.
2017-03-21, 10:02 AM
Ha, ha,ha. And I had to go to Bergin's website to see what kind of a$$hole asks $500/yr, or $50 per "newsletter" to give you a cut and paste analyis of one company. Oops, I see the example MCR is down 9% since it was recommended in Feb.
Talk about fake. You need to be careful whose websites you read dog. You're barking up the wrong tree.
2017-03-21, 11:51 AM
They said they had no evidence that any votes were tampered with by the Russians. That's not the same thing as saying "they had no influence". I don't think anyone thought they were tampering with votes, the main story is that they were planting fake news in order to influence voters.
Originally Posted by new dog
2017-03-21, 12:01 PM
Got any examples of Russian planted fake news?
Got any examples that the so-called fake news stories convinced someone to change their vote?
Has anyone come forward and announced that they would have voted for Hillary, but changed their mind based on reading planted fake news stories?
2017-03-21, 01:03 PM
Related to fake news.
You have probably heard in the news about Kayla who is in Costa Rica with nature boy.
In the link below is today's video, the two of them (mostly him) explaining that she is going home to halt the escalation of news speculation and growth in his notoriety.
The first part of the video is his characterization of fake news in the media and his experience as a black guy in the US.
The full video quickly becomes long and rambling. The guy clearly revels in hearing himself and his ideas. He is a nut bar, I'm not sure if he is a dangerous one (he claims not). I would be glad to see my daughter leaving him, age 21 or not.