The Under-Reported Horror Of Russian Hacking In The Mueller Report

Based on all the attention President Trump, his family and political associates are getting its easy to forget that Robert Mueller was also appointed to investigate how Russia interfered with the 2016 election
Thanks to Ludmila Savchuk, an activist and a former mole who posed as an internet troll in order to infiltrate Russia’s cyber hacking company, the Internet Research Agency, we now know the truth of how Russia interfered with the 2016 election. James Hill /The New York Times
The home of the Internet Research Agency is an office building in St. Petersburg, Russia, where an army of well-paid “trolls” wreaked havoc all around the Internet and in American communities
Russians used fake identities to buy political ads on Facebook that spread lies and propaganda in order to influence the 2016 election
The Mueller report talks in depth on how Russian hackers set up this fake Twitter account which attracted thousands of followers
Attorney General William Barr (center), Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein (right) and acting Principal Associate Deputy Attorney General Edward O’Callaghan (left) were so busy trying to spin and hide from the public President Trump’s wrong-doing that they made no mention of Russia interfering with the 2016 election in their press conference to explain the findings of the Mueller report
Harry Miller (right) was paid as much as $1,000 by Russian hackers to build a cage that was used to depict a person dressed as Hillary Clinton in a prison cell at a rally in West Palm Beach, Florida in August 2016
President Trump used the 3 weeks between the release of Attorney General Barr’s fake summary of the Mueller report til the release of the full redacted report to mislead and lie to the public that the Mueller report cleared him of wrong-doing

Isaac Newton Farris Jr. is the nephew of Martin Luther King, Jr. and serves as Senior Fellow at the King Center.

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