Today Trump says that ‘millions’ of people voted illegally.
Now is a great time to treat him like a ‘normal’ President elect.
I assume that the President elect has facts based on intelligence briefings
and that he is speaking the truth.
‘Millions’ of illegal votes suggest a criminal conspiracy to undermine the election.
It means the result of every race from the president to the house to the governor’s races is suspect and that to ensure the will of the people a national audit is imperative.
Mr. Trump is the incoming President and normal presidents don’t spout bullshit.
I therefore assume that millions of people voted illegally in the 2016 elections and as a concerned citizen, I demand a national audit of the vote.
If you agree you can sign this petition:
From the Washington Post:
Watts’s report on this work, with colleagues Andrew Weisburd and J.M. Berger, appeared on the national security blog War on the Rocks this month under the headline “Trolling for Trump: How Russia Is Trying to Destroy Our Democracy.” Another group, called PropOrNot, a nonpartisan collection of researchers with foreign policy, military and technology backgrounds, planned to release its own findings Friday showing the startling reach and effectiveness of Russian propaganda campaigns.
The researchers used Internet analytics tools to trace the origins of particular tweets and mapped the connections among social-media accounts that consistently delivered synchronized messages. Identifying website codes sometimes revealed common ownership. In other cases, exact phrases or sentences were echoed by sites and social-media accounts in rapid succession, signaling membership in connected networks controlled by a single entity.
PropOrNot’s monitoring report, which was provided to The Washington Post in advance of its public release, identifies more than 200 websites as routine peddlers of Russian propaganda during the election season, with combined audiences of at least 15 million Americans. On Facebook, PropOrNot estimates that stories planted or promoted by the disinformation campaign were viewed more than 213 million times.
Some players in this online echo chamber were knowingly part of the propaganda campaign, the researchers concluded, while others were “useful idiots” — a term born of the Cold War to describe people or institutions that unknowingly assisted Soviet Union propaganda efforts.
The Russian campaign during this election season, researchers from both groups say, worked by harnessing the online world’s fascination with “buzzy” content that is surprising and emotionally potent, and tracks with popular conspiracy theories about how secret forces dictate world events.
Some of these stories originated with RT and Sputnik, state-funded Russian information services that mimic the style and tone of independent news organizations yet sometimes include false and misleading stories in their reports, the researchers say.
Read more on the Washington Post:
I kept a screenshot log of the disinformation campaign against
Hillary Clinton here: A Gilded Throne of Lies – The Right Wing War on Truth
Tonight, Jews and Muslims united to protest Bannon
at a NY public library near Bryant Park chanting “Say it loud, say
it clear, Nazi’s are not welcome here!”
‘We must stand with our fellow Americans who may be singled out for how they look, where they’re from, who they love or how they pray,’ Jonathan Greenblatt says. ‘As Jews we know what it means to be forced to register.’
Less than a week after an election that left many minority and religious groups in the United States feeling disenfranchised, two important organizations – one Jewish and the other Muslim – announced an unusual alliance on Monday.
The American Jewish Committee and the Islamic Society of North America have teamed up to form a new national group of leading Jewish and Muslim Americans: The Muslim-Jewish Advisory Council.
In a press release, the AJC said that the new group “brings together recognized business, political and religious leaders in the Jewish and Muslim American communities to jointly advocate on issues of common concern.”