Wednesday, the New York Times published a story claiming that Democrats in Alabama spent $100,000 in the 2017 special election between Republican Judge Roy S. Moore and Democrat Sen. Doug Jones mimicking the tactics of alleged Russian social media meddlers in the 2016 presidential election.
One might think that the Times would denounce such tactics in the Alabama race, considering the convulsing they’ve done over Russian meddling allegedly propelling President Donald J. Trump to the presidency. But since our lying, thieving media is the enemy of the people, that is not the case.
Here is the characterization of the Alabama meddling by Democrats from the Wednesday Times piece:
The secret project, carried out on Facebook and Twitter, was likely too small to have a significant effect on the race, in which the Democratic candidate it was designed to help, Doug Jones, edged out the Republican, Roy S. Moore. […]
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