Russian disinformation is a tricky thing. It’s everywhere and nowhere.
Before the election, reporting on Hunter Biden was Russian disinformation. Twitter and Facebook took steps to suppress the story on various grounds, including the claim of Russian disinformation.
But now the media is suddenly digging up the story and passing it around, while noting, like the Epstein story, that it’s puzzling how this obscure story was being overlooked.
It’s funny how a story can be overlooked when you aggressively suppress its existence to such a degree that you refuse to even mention what it is you’re suppressing.
That was the high point of the pre-election media censorship which not only suppressed the Hunter Biden story, but refused to mention any details about what was being suppressed, except that it was disinformation.
The good news and the bad news, and the mileage will vary here, is that for any Americans who wanted to get the experience of living in a Communist dictatorship, CNN has 24 hour programming. So does the rest of the media of the media infrastructure.
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