NYT Claims Facebook has 3,000 Russia-Linked Ads for Congress in Fake News Piece

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The election was November 8, 2016. In ten-and-a-half months, not one shred of evidence linking President Donald John Trump to the Russian Government’s alleged election meddling has emerged, but wait! Facebook now wants to come to the rescue of the failing Democratic Party and it’s attempted coup d’etat.

So, let’s get this straight. Facebook accepted a media buy from the Russian Government to run ads to persuade American citizens to vote for Trump against Hillary, and those 3,000 ads were so effective that 61 million Americans became Russian agents when they cast their vote for Donald Trump? And, in order to correct this malfeasance, we should impeach Trump and every Republican who won on November 8 and hold a new election? I don’t think so. The mental gymnastics already have me exhausted on this charade.

First of all, if there were 3,000 ads (which there weren’t) placed by the Russian government, then Facebook is the guilty party for accepting and running them, no? Second, we all know that Facebook hosts hundreds of ads and profiles of nefarious ne’er-do-wells

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Third, where was this forthrightness ten months ago? Nowhere, that’s where, because there were no ads from Russia. You know it. I know it. President Trump knows it, and Zuckerberg certainly knows it. If they produce anything at all in the way of ads, it will be because they made them up over the last ten months, out of thin air, to support the Russian lie that Podesta and Mook made up, also out of thin air, on election night.

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