An article claiming that the CIA has found that Russia intervened in the 2016 election to help Donald Trump win the presidency was recently published by the Washington Post. However, this is simply another disinformation scheme to overthrow the results found unfavorable by Democrats.
This new ploy to prevent the inauguration of Trump on January 20 gives credibility to the recent claims of “fake news” being pushed onto the unsuspecting public, but it is the fault of the news agencies that are pointing the finger and not the conservative websites they would have you believe.
The Washington Post (WaPo) offered no evidence or semblance of proof in their claim to indict Russia with interfering with the 2016 elections. It seems there are many others in the social media universe who have also noticed this discrepancy in the WaPo article.
There is no evidence presented in this article. Liberals want everyone to uncritically accept anonymous CIA claims https://t.co/3Lw2vIAwRe
— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) December 10, 2016
According to the New York Times last October, the FBI had reached a different conclusion. The FBI found that the hacking into democratic emails was aimed at disrupting the presidential election rather than electing Mr. Trump.
FBI investigation concludes there's no evidence that Russia tried to help Trump win the election: https://t.co/VreXCA4NIs
— MARK SIMONE (@MarkSimoneNY) December 11, 2016
New York Times reports:
The Democrat party is upset about completely losing power in Washington and will pull every little dirty trick they can think of to stop Trump from becoming president. Their worst fear is that he will erase all of their progress over the last few decades to turn America into a socialist nation. It is important to not believe a story unless there is viable proof supported with facts and evidence.
Another indicator of “fake news” is the lack of a comments section below the article as they will not allow people to refute their story or question their false claims.
H/T [Gateway Pundit]