#FrontpageMag highlights #Hamadein's terror, assuring that #Doha’s gang is the main sponsor of terrorist organizations and promotes hate and extremism through #AlJazeera#QatariLeaks pic.twitter.com/8481IYJ9ox— قطريليكس QatariLeaks (@qatarileaks) March 11, 2018
QatariLeaks, a site which has been reporting on abuses from the terror kingdom has chosen to spotlight Front Page Magazine's reporting in this video and chart. The video is based on Front Page Magazine's story, "Forget Russia, What About Qatar."
Qatar’s influence operations took an ominous turn when Elliott Broidy, a top Trump donor, had his emails hacked by individuals he alleges were Qatari agents. The leaked emails play into Qatar’s conflict with the UAE. The emails have predictably popped up on Al Jazeera and Broidy had previously been targeted by The Intercept for a panel at which Steve Bannon had criticized Qatar.
"We have reason to believe this hack was sponsored and carried out by registered and unregistered agents of Qatar seeking to punish Mr Broidy for his strong opposition to state-sponsored terrorism," Broidy's spokesman said.
These two incidents of alleged Qatari espionage against Americans in order to influence our foreign policy raise serious questions. Yet the same media that obsessively searches for Russian bots on Reddit and Facebook seems entirely disinterested in discussing the subject. Skeptics of Russian influence have been told to put country ahead of party, but when will the left finally put country ahead of Qatar?
Perversely, instead of investigating the role of Qatar in influencing American elections, Mueller is reportedly taking the Qatari propaganda at face value and directing his investigation accordingly.