Definitive Account of the CIA/Media/BigTech Fraud

# · 🔥 141 · 💬 68 · one month ago · greenwald.substack.com · noxer
The most severe episode of all was the joint campaign - in the weeks before the 2020 election - by the CIA, Big Tech, the liberal wing of the corporate media and the Democratic Party to censor and suppress a series of major reports about then-presidential frontrunner Joe Biden. On October 14 and then October 15, 2020, The New York Post, the nation's oldest newspaper, published two news reports on Joe Biden's activities in Ukraine and China that raised serious questions about his integrity and ethics: specifically whether he and his family were trading on his name and influence to generate profit for themselves. A forensics analyst issued a report concluding the archive had all the earmarks of authenticity. In sum, as someone who has reported on numerous large archives similar to this one and was faced with the heavy burden of ensuring the documents were genuine before risking one's career and reputation by reporting them, it was clear early on that all the key metrics demonstrated that these documents were real. From there, virtually every media outlet - CNN, NBC News, PBS, Huffington Post, The Intercept, and too many others to count - began completely ignoring the substance of the reporting and instead spread the lie over and over that these documents were the by-product of Russian disinformation. On October 21 - exactly one week after the Post's first report - The Intercept published a false story under the melodramatic headline "We're Not a Democracy" about these materials from former New York Times reporter James Risen. A young reporter for Politico, Ben Schreckinger, has published a new book entitled "The Bidens: Inside the First Family's Fifty-Year Rise to Power." To his great credit, he spent months investigating the key documents published by The New York Post and found definitive proof that these emails and related documents are indisputably authentic.
Definitive Account of the CIA/Media/BigTech Fraud



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