Are a large part of the “Russian” Facebook, Google, Twitter accounts actually DNC accounts?
Did the DNC use a VPN-Spoof-Net to make it look like the Russians were doing much of the attacks on Trump?
By Town Hall Investigators
A huge number of so-called “Russian Trolls” actually seem to trace back to the DNC and Elon Musk. It has been proven that the highest level DNC operatives also worked for Russian mobsters, IE: Podesta/Uranium One; Guistra/Clinton; Chu/Severstal; Chu/Ener1; etc. The CIA’s spy software was hacked and a tool to do exactly this was exposed. The DNC has a copy of this CIA software that makes social media accounts look like they are coming from Russia when, in fact, they are coming from Woodside, California.
Elon Musk is known to have used Russian troll farms like: The Agency, to hype himself and his car company. Google, Facebook, Apple and Twitter are DNC front operations. Musk is a DNC financier. Google, Facebook, Apple and Twitter made nearly a trillion dollars off of DNC-backed monopolization crony relationships. The Awan Brothers Congressional scandal shows that massive server level corruption was underway during the entire period from 2006 until today. DNC operatives from Podesta Group ran, both, the White House in DNC Administrations and Russian Oligarch business ventures. 80% of the so-called Russian Accounts can be tracked back to financing from DNC operatives via “Panama Papers”-type leaks.
At the end-of-the-day, when all of the investigations, Congressional hearings, FBI tipsters and Assanges have had their chance to speak, you will see that the DNC was more Russian than you knew!
If the Russians were supposed to be so “Pro-Trump” why would they do this:
Thousands Of New Yorkers Took To The Streets In Anti-Trump March Promoted By Russia-Linked Account
The event drew thousands of protesters to march on Trump Tower.
A now-unavailable Facebook page for the Nov. 12, 2016, march shows the event’s host as BM, a known alias of the BlackMattersUS used throughout the group’s promotional materials for other sponsored protests, and encouraged protesters to meet at Union Square at 12 p.m. to march to Trump Tower.
Just had a very open and successful presidential election. Now professional protesters, incited by the media, are protesting. Very unfair!
Love the fact that the small groups of protesters last night have passion for our great country. We will all come together and be proud!
Although it’s been widely reported that a large portion of the “Russian troll” efforts largely benefited the president, planning anti-Trump protests after he was elected fit in the broader strategy of the Russia-based “troll farm”: capitalizing on the legitimate feelings of Americans to create deeper socio-political rifts in the United States through propaganda and real-life events.
RBC, a Russian outlet, identified BlackMatters as one of 180 social media accounts. BuzzFeed News has reported that the operation including luring unsuspecting American activists to protests, self-defense classes aimed at black communities, apparently aimed at exploiting existing US domestic movements, from pro-Trump memes to social justice activism.
Facebook, Twitter and Google are appearing before congressional committees for two days of marathon hearings to testify on the content of accounts and advertisements linked to the Russia-based operation that meddled in the US election. Ahead of the hearings, the three companies revealed that the number of Russian-linked accounts was higher than previously disclosed and Facebook announced that 126 million people could have been exposed to content created by the propagandist accounts.
Facebook has since suspended the BlackMattersUS page; RBC reported the suspension was part of a crackdown on Russian-linked accounts. A spokesperson has told BuzzFeed News he was “not able to confirm” the account was suspended as part of that purge. The pages are no longer accessible.
The Russian campaign to influence American life has been portrayed as a virtual effort, rooted in social media. But over the past few months, evidence has emerged of Russian efforts to influence US activists to organize protests in real life. In September, The Daily Beast reported that Russian operatives attempted to organize over a dozen pro-Trump rallies in Florida and last week BuzzFeed News revealed anti-Trump rallies in Charlotte and New York that were organized by BlackMattersUS through Facebook. The Wall Street Journal this week reported on a rally in Minnesota after the death of Philando Castile, who was killed by a police officer.
The post-election New York rally would be the largest organized event promoted by one of the Russia-linked groups reported thus far. A New York Daily News report estimated that roughly 5,000 people met at Union Square to march on Trump Tower and linked directly to the suspended Facebook events page.
There are a LOT of anti-Trump demonstrators marching up 5th Avenue to @TrumpTower, as seen from #theskyapartment
Protestors leaving union square
A Facebook official told BuzzFeed News that they weren’t able to confirm that the event was promoted by the Russian-linked group but that the company is taking issues related to any content on the platform seriously.