Finally! The actions of Robby Mook are being investigated and exposed. Things Mook did in 2016 while working for the then-creepy Hillary R. Clinton presidential candidate are coming to light, and it’s not too late to see how the same corrupt system used in 2016 will be used in 2020. The Democrats are also using the same system of false information and smear campaigns to influence elections right now.
Additionally, a Federal agency has reportedly joined the left’s slander campaigns.
The Wall Street Journal stated in May that ““The Russia-Trump collusion narrative of 2016 and beyond was a dirty trick for the ages, and now we know it came from the top—candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton,”
While Robby Mook's "Defending Digital Democracy Project" was flagging and blocking conservative social media posts as "misinformation," Mook himself was promoting the known to be false Trump-Alfa Bank server connection. https://t.co/UgwmKZ8hUr
— T.D. Bowler (@TDBowler) October 11, 2022
“Clinton campaign manager who spread Trump-Alfa Bank story involved in DHS election censorship
Robby Mook’s Harvard project was a “civil society collaborator” in a consortium that targeted news organizations and members of Congress for purported election misinformation.”
“The Hillary Clinton 2016 presidential campaign manager who helped spread one of the most impactful disinformation campaigns in American electoral history was also involved in the federally backed censorship machine against purported election misinformation during the 2020 campaign.”
In their report, it is said that Robby Mook cofounded the Defending Digital Democracy Project (D3P) at the Belfer Center at Harvard University in 2017. He continued there as a senior fellow through the 2020 election before becoming a senior fellow at the center in the summer of 2021. Additionally, he teaches as a guest professor at Harvard Kennedy School.
D3P took part in the Election Integrity Partnership, a private group established “in consultation” with the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency of the Department of Homeland Security.
The most partisan organization the consortium brought on board as a collaborator, the Democratic National Committee, came up on top of the table that displays how frequently collaborators were marked in false information “tickets.”
The Election Integrity Partnership, a non-partisan coalition, was established in 2020, according to their website, to empower the research community, election officials, governmental organizations, civil society organizations, social media platforms, and others to defend our elections from those who seek to sabotage them by taking advantage of flaws in the online information environment.
According to Just the News:
Mook’s endeavor was one of many left-leaning initiatives. According to the consortium’s after-action report, “[c]ivil society collaborators [who] submitted tips through the trusted partner tip line and interacted with the EIP research team through briefings, partner meetings, and shared findings,” according to the consortium’s after-action report.
The misinformation reports to tech platforms, including Twitter, Facebook, TikTok and Google had a 35% success rate in getting flagged content removed, labeled or “soft-blocked,” the consortium said.
It was the ideal spot for a disinformation operative to set up shop.
Prior to helping found D3P, Mook was a key figure in the fabrication of the Russia collusion story and the debunked assertion that Donald Trump, who was then a candidate, had a covert channel of communication with Vladimir Putin that was channeled through Alfa Bank in Moscow.
Disinformation specialist Mook previously worked for a very unethical candidate who was used to obtaining everything she wanted.
In this summer’s criminal prosecution of former campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann, Mook, who served as Clinton’s 2016 campaign manager, testified that Clinton gave her approval for the publication of the claim of a clandestine Trump Organization-Alfa Bank hotline.
“The former Clinton campaign manager said he then authorized a campaign staffer to go to the press with the story. Mook admitted that the campaign wasn’t “totally confident” in the allegation and decided to give the information to a reporter so they could look into it and decide whether to publish it. He claimed that he didn’t view this as an “October surprise,” which he referred to as a “myth.”
In reaction to the Slate piece on the Alfa Bank claim, the prosecution requested from Mook the date of Clinton’s tweet of the campaign statement. He stated it was October 31, 2016,” according to Just The News.
Computer scientists have apparently uncovered a covert server linking the Trump Organization to a Russian-based bank. pic.twitter.com/8f8n9xMzUU
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) November 1, 2016
Jun 9, 2022
H. A. Goodman
John Durham CLOSER to More Indictments After Robby Mook and Marc Elias Testimony Despite Acquittal.https://t.co/IHqogtEKRG
— 360News.Clips (@360NewsClips) October 10, 2022
Russiagate started off as a Clinton dirty trick to smear Trump. When he won anyway, it became an establishment scam to criminalize diplomacy with Russia.
It's the crime of the century, a crime that has led us to the precipice of World War III. Yet they all walk away scot free. https://t.co/j5wkQklfiB
— Hans Mahncke (@HansMahncke) October 9, 2022
More on this story via the Republic Brief…
At trial, Mook said that he learned of the allegation from Perkins Coie law partner Mark Elias, whom the campaign had retained as outside general counsel. He added that he didn’t know of Sussmann during the course of the campaign or that Perkins Coie had engaged Fusion GPS to do opposition research for the campaign…. CONTINUE READING…