Sunday, October 23

Dems now pushing the fable that "the Russians" may post "fake" evidence of vote fraud. Say what??

Days after the first of those damaging emails were leaked by Wikileaks--like the one showing top Dem operatives bragging about having committed vote fraud for 50 years, and about inciting violence at Trump rallies--top Democrats (i.e. Hillary's campaign honchos) rolled out their Fable:  They claimed the emails were actually stolen by Russian hackers (working for Putin, of course), and that the leaks were an attempt by Russia to help Trump win.

This story was repeated endlessly to eager Dem-allied "journalists," who eagerly pushed the cover story onto all front pages and evening news broadcasts around the country.

Just days later the Dems came out with a *second* Fable: that the Russians were poised to post fake documents "proving" widespread vote fraud by Democrats. 

This is a fabulous lie, because if the Dems DO steal the election, it primes the media to tell Americans that the reports are just Russian fakes, and should be ignored. 

In other words they've set the stage so that the public will already "suspect" that any evidence of widespread vote fraud shouldn't be investigated, since it's obviously fake.  It's absolutely diabolical.

Here's a typical story:
U.S. intelligence and law enforcement authorities reportedly have expressed concern that Russian-backed hackers could try to undermine the upcoming presidential elections by posting documents purporting to show voter fraud.

Officials, who spokes on condition of anonymity, told Reuters that the election system is too large for hackers to change the outcome of the Nov. 8 elections. However, theyre more worried about hackers posting documents that would appear to show evidence of voter fraud to create a stir during the process.

They added that there was no evidence that a plan was in place to do so, but have warned election officials to be vigilant for hacking attempts. U.S. blamed Russia for the hacking of the Democratic Party and organizations tied to the party to interfere with the election process.

Officials familiar with voting systems told Reuters that evidence indicates that Russian-backed hackers have tried to attack voter registration databases in more than 20 states and tracing the hack attacks.
Note the unattributed source--"U.S. intel and law-enforcement authorities"--who always speak anonymously.  I have yet to see a story that attributes these reports to a named person. 

And the reports are always very speculative:  "Russian-backed hackers could try to undermine the upcoming presidential elections by posting documents purporting to show voter fraud."  Yes, and the moon could be made of cheese.

And notice how quickly (3rd 'graf) the "reporter" worked in the Democratic fable that "The U.S. blamed Russia for the hacking of the Democratic Party and organizations tied to the party to interfere with the election process."  Of course "the U.S." did no such thing.  Rather, anonymous Democrats in bed with their media allies planted stories *claiming* this had been shown. 

It hadn't, hasn't and isn't likely to be.  But it makes a great scare-story to make undecideds think Trump is a Putin ally.

Watch for evidence of massive fraud.  In particular, watch for precincts where the total number of votes counted is unusually high percentage of registered voters.  

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