“Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and Oregon’s Ron Wyden on Wednesday accused a GOP colleague of essentially working as a Kremlin operative. They called Homeland Security Chairman Ron Johnson’s work a ‘disgrace,’ claimed his committee was funneling ‘Russian disinformation,’ and introduced a resolution demanding he cease. The only thing missing from this spectacle was the supporting cast: James Comey, John Brennan and Peter Strzok.
“The catalyst for these surreal claims: Mr. Johnson will soon release the findings of his investigation into the Biden family’s dealings with Ukraine.”
I didn’t know, or had forgotten, the Senate was investigating Joe Biden’s record with Ukraine. I’m looking forward to the report.
This story is old news in some ways. Google’s coercive manipulation of search results has been well-known, well-documented and much discussed since the company began more than two decades ago. But this being an election year, reminders of perfidy among our main providers of political information deserve resurrection.
This reminder is of particular interest because it is one of those things you can prove for yourself at your own on-ramp to the information superhighway.
For what its worth, this story is mainstream confirmation of Millie Weaver’s ShadowNet video I shared a couple of weeks ago. The significance is in illustrating the techniques and technology of psychological warfare as they are being applied to the American public.
It is startling that a memo like the one at the link should ever have been necessary. You would think the executive agencies of our government were sufficiently aware of the principles of the nation’s founding to guard against anti-American propaganda. But apparently this was not the case.
Numerous elaborately detailed analyses of the video-taped murder of Aaron Danielson in Portland are available. Many portray sophisticated surveillance/command-and-control tactics employed by Antifa/BLM operatives to isolate and assassinate the victim. The current story contributes the observation that the police apparently concur with speculation that the murder was orchestrated to some extent.