The Liberal Media is still running with the “Russian Propaganda Brought Down Hillary” conspiracy.
The Washington Post published an article on Thursday on how the Russians used American websites to push anti-Hillary Clinton propaganda in the 2016 election.
The left is very focused on “fake news” websites after Hillary Clinton suffered a shocking loss in the November 8th election to Republican Donald Trump.
The Washington Post used the obscure website Propaganda or Not as their source for the list of Russian propaganda sites.
The Proposition or Not website included several popular conservative websites in their list of Russian propaganda sites:
The list included:
The Drudge Report
American Lookout (Gateway Pundit’s sister site)
The entire list and includes several conservative websites along a few far left websites and some satirical fake news sites.
The Proposition or Not organization just released a Chrome plugin that will warn you of Russian influenced websites.
They call it their propaganda flagger.
The flagger will show you which sites are Russian propaganda sites.
The flagger lists the US Constitution as a propaganda site.
The Federalist Papers is listed by PropOrNot as a Russian influenced website… It’s not clear why.
If you go to The Federalist Papers and click on ‘Founding Documents’ the ‘US Constitution’ is listed as Russian propaganda.
@propornot Yeah, it lists the U.S. Constitution as "propaganda." FAIL. pic.twitter.com/XIa6cZNCDK
— NOT Dr. Gehl (@robertgehl) November 25, 2016
These people are batsh*t crazy.