In a court filing last Friday, Special Counsel John Durham dropped a bomb that the media is ignoring the same way they ignored the Hunter Biden laptop story.
In short, Hillary Clinton’s campaign was paying an IT company to spy on Donald Trump and his associates not only at Trump Tower and Trump’s private residence but also in the Oval Office.
Remember when the media went out of its way to say Trump’s accusations that he was spied on were unsubstantiated? Well, John Durham just substantiated it.
But just as they pretended the New York Post story on Hunter’s laptop didn’t exist, the American corporate media is turning a blind eye to this as well.
It is impossible to overstate just how evil these people are.
For four years, these assholes screeched “This is worse than Watergate” over every stupid “leak” that came out of the Trump White House.
Now we finally have something that is demonstrably worse than Watergate, and the assholes in the media are ignoring it just like they ignored the New York Post story on Hunter’s laptop.
They scream about the threat to “democracy” from a 3-hour riot on January 6, 2021, while pretending a presidential campaign spying on its opponent both before and after the election is tickety-boo.
Yet one more reason why I do not give the hairy ass of a rat about January 6.
Now, you can understand why this explosive story is getting the Hunter Biden treatment.
The corporate news media was complicit in the phony “Russian Collusion” narrative Hillary’s campaign created.
So, too, was Twitter.
In fact, along the trending sidebar at Twitter today, Durham is trending with over 247,000 tweets right this moment.
But rather than simply show that Durham is trending, Twitter felt it necessary to add this obfuscating editorial comment:
Trump-appointed special counsel John Durham alleged in a court filing submitted Friday that the Clinton campaign funded tech research into Trump’s connection to Russian banks, and that his investigation found there was ‘no evidence’ to support those claims
No, you idiots. That isn’t why Durham is trending.
Durham is trending because the freaking Clinton campaign paid an IT company to spy on Trump both before and after the election. But notice how the word “spying” doesn’t show up in this editorial comment.
And Trump didn’t appoint John Durham, you nitwits. Attorney General Bill Barr appointed him and Attorney General Merrick Garland kept his investigation going.
I seriously hate these people.
They whine and cry about “disinformation” and “misinformation,” but this is how they frame the explosive story.
Today, the Washington Free Beacon is reporting that the same tech company employed by the Clinton campaign was also hired by the Biden campaign in 2020. The Biden Team paid Neustar Information Services $20,000 “for accounting and compliance work” whatever the hell that means.
You guys, this is the single biggest political scandal in the history of this country.
Even the Hunter Biden laptop story pales in comparison to what Hillary’s campaign did.
But there has been zero coverage from the three network news outfits or MSNBC. CNN spent less than three minutes on the story.
Yesterday, the New York Times published an article, not on what Durham revealed, but on how “right-wing outlets” are responding to it and why their reporting is “off track.” I shit you not.
The article is the New York Times’ way of explaining why they aren’t covering the story the way it is covered in “right-wing outlets.”
Upon close inspection, these narratives are often based on a misleading presentation of the facts or outright misinformation. They also tend to involve dense and obscure issues, so dissecting them requires asking readers to expend significant mental energy and time — raising the question of whether news outlets should even cover such claims.
Ah, I see. The New York Times wants to spare its readers the “mental energy and time” it would require to understand how the Clinton campaign paid an IT company to spy on Trump both before and after the election.
Remember when NPR wrote an article about why they weren’t covering the Hunter Biden laptop story? This is what the New York Times is doing here.
On the plus side, the New York Times isn’t claiming the Durham story is “Russian disinformation” the way they did the Hunter Biden story. Then again, it’s early days. No doubt one of the “news” outlets will float the “Russian disinformation” angle before all is said and done.
Just last week, the American corporate news media was stymied that a stand-up comedian with a podcast is more trusted than they are. I guarantee you that none of them will make the tiny leap in logic necessary to realize that their blackout of this Durham story is exactly why Joe Rogan inspires more trust than they do.
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