The DNI report was more about slamming RT (Russia Today) propaganda than it was about proving the Russians hacked. The report doesn’t put much emphasis on Russians hacking elections, it focuses on Russians “influencing” them. What they ignore is the US media propaganda influencing elections.
As you read this, keep in mind that no intelligence report refutes the content of the email leaks. Also note that since the first leak, our media has sought to cover up, ignore, and denigrate the findings.
In these emails, you will find the American media operates as an arm of the Democrat Party. Wikileaks’ releases prove America’s trusted institutions and the media are lackeys of the left.
Nearly 400 Newsmakers Received 80 Sets of Clinton Talking Points
Email #5636 from donor-advisor Mary Pat Bonner to John Podesta shows the Hillary Clinton campaign worked with at least 372 news makers to shape an anti-Trump narrative across all mainstream media.
Bonner is the link between Team Clinton and CTR.
The pro-Hillary SuperPAC, Correct the Record (CTR) “has identified 372 surrogates including influential and frequent pundits on broadcast and cable news for Presidential 2016 politics and provided them around 80 sets of talking points.”
CTR Controlled the Media
CTR’s website explains their goal is to amplify Clinton’s “accomplishments”, smear Trump, and peddle phony narratives. One of those talking points was and is, “Russia is interfering in our elections to help Trump.”
Some of the findings:
- The collusion included media relations. There were 900 interviews to counter-punch Republicans and kill negative stories before publication. Team Clinton provided the nearly 400 media surrogates with 80 sets of talking points.
- CTR hosted 24 media training sessions across the country for 200 surrogates.
- Correct The Record also distributed media advisories to 960 members of the national media and 10,756 regional reporters in 28 states. Talking points and memos are also distributed regularly to 369 televisions producers and bookers.
Media Told Americans Not to Read Wikileaks Emails
The media desperately attempted to keep Americans from reading the emails by claiming it was illegal to read them, if not immoral.
— Rep. Steven Smith (@RepStevenSmith) December 8, 2016
Ten Most Damning Emails of US Media
The free thought project listed 10 of the most damning emails proving the media is controlled and scripted:
- Clinton Staff hosts private “off-the-record cocktail party” with 38 “influential” reporters, journalists, editors, and anchors (from CNN, NBC, CBS, NYT, MSNBC, et al). The stated goal is “framing the race.”
- Donna Brazile (CNN analyst at the time) leaks CNN town hall questions to Hillary Clinton’s staff prior to the debate.
- Clinton campaign and the New York Times coordinating attack strategy against Trump.
- Glen Thrush, POLITICO’s chief political correspondent and senior staff writer for POLITICO Magazine, sends John Podesta an article for his approval. He writes: “Please don’t share or tell anyone I did this. Tell me if I fucked up anything.” Thrush calls himself a “hack” and was recently promoted to the New York Times.
- Huffington Post contributor Frank Islam writes to John Podesta in an email titled “My blogs in the Huffington Post”, “I am committed to make sure she is elected the next president.” “Please let me know if I can be of any service to you.”
- Clinton staffer writes an email titled, “Placing a story” with Politico / New York Times. It includes: “place a story with a friendly journalist”, “we have a very good relationship with Maggie Haberman of Politico”, and “we should shape likely leaks in the best light for HRC.”
- John Podesta receives drafts of New York Times articles before they’re published. Clinton staff “placed a story with a friendly at the AP (Matt Lee or Bradley Klapper).” More media collusion: NYT and AP “helpful” to Clinton campaign.
- Clinton staff colluded with New York Times and Wall Street Journal to paint Hillary’s economic policies in a “progressive” light.
- CNBC panelist colluding with John Podesta on what to ask Trump when he calls in for an interview.
- Clinton staff appearing to control the release times of Associated Press articles.