New book by 'Shattered' by Clinton insiders reveals that "blame Russia" plan was hatched "within twenty-four hours" of election loss. pic.twitter.com/NDUk90Jp5q— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) May 11, 2017
IT’S OVER: Wikileaks Nukes the Trump-Russia Story From Orbit, Leaves Only Planetary Debris https://t.co/2DieueVYGh— Doug Ross 🔵 (@directorblue) May 13, 2017
The real story is not the sci-fi thriller these crapweasels invented. It's that they coordinated with their legacy media counterparts to sell it like a long-running infomercial.
And that Democrats were willing to risk an international conflict with Russia to paper over their political loss.
Stephen Colbert’s role as the conservative newsman on the Comedy Central hit show, The Colbert Report, was a prime source of news for many millennials. It was also a chief avenue of propaganda for the Clintons years before Hillary ran for president.
Wikileaks revealed on Tuesday that Colbert and his team at Comedy Central were making episodes at the request or order of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) back in April of 2013.
Craig Minassian of the Clinton group e-mailed John Podesta, the close ally and future campaign manager for Hillary, to see if he saw a specific episode of the show that they pitched.
“I hope you got a chance to see the The Colbert Report’s two special episodes I had them do about CGI U that we taped in St. Louis this weekend,” Minassiansaid in the e-mail. “This is the link to last nights with a sketch about commitments and the monologue and WJC (Bill Clinton) interview aired Monday. Hope you enjoy and looking forward to your feedback. Next will be your Colbert appearance!”
Colbert was always very obviously liberal and supportive of Hillary throughout the election, but no one knew his team was doing her and Bill’s PR work at their order.
Skippy-dee-doo-dah! https://t.co/zuCvKwW4eO— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) May 12, 2017