Friday, February 16, 2018


Is it Sean "Always Be Closing" Hannity, who responded to today's indictments with this?

Is it Kayleigh McEnany?

Or is it Jim Hoft?

Examples, Jim?
Several of these online groups were pro-Hillary and even HELD RALLIES for Hillary.

United Muslims of America was NOT pro-Trump.

Oh yeah, United Muslims of America. As the Daily Beast reported last fall:
Using the [United Muslims of America] account as a front to reach American Muslims and their allies, the Russians pushed memes that claimed Hillary Clinton admitted the U.S. “created, funded and armed” al-Qaeda and the so-called Islamic State; claimed that John McCain was ISIS’ true founder; whitewashed blood-drenched dictator Moammar Gadhafi and praised him for not having a “Rothschild-owned central bank”; and falsely alleged Osama bin Laden was a “CIA agent.”

... After an American admirer of ISIS massacred 49 people at an Orlando nightclub in June 2016, the community quickly created an event titled “Support Hillary. Save American Muslims!” that presented Clinton’s name in an Arabic-style font.

The fake United Muslims of America page was quick to point out Clinton was “the only presidential candidate who refuses to ‘demonize’ Islam after the Orlando nightclub shooting,” and boasted that “with such a person in White House (sic) America will easily reach the bright multicultural future.”
Yeah, I'm sure that last bit was totally meant as pro-Clinton outreach and wasn't in any way intended to inflame right-wingers, just as I'm sure the pro-Sanders material Kayleigh McEnany cited was totally sincere and not an attempt to dissuade progressives from voting for Clinton in November 2016.

I'm stumped. To me it's a photo finish.

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