OOPS! Numerous sites listed in Mueller indictments were PRO-HILLARY
In what seemed like a bombshell report from the Mueller investigation into Russia’s attempt to influence our election in favor of Trump now backfires (again) on the Democrats.
Today, Special Counsel Robert Mueller announced the federal grand jury indicted 13 Russians accused of “supporting the presidential campaign of then-candidate Donald J. Trump … and disparaging Hillary Clinton.”
In the indictment Mueller and his biased team full of Obama supporters claim Russia used the Internet to push ads that were in support of Donald Trump for president.
These groups listed include: Secured Borders, Blacktivist, United Muslims for America, Army of Jesus, South United and Heart of Texas.
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But there’s just one problem. Some of the ads that were put out by these groups were PRO-HILLARY ads and in disfavor of Donald Trump.
Take a look at this add from United Muslims of America:
These same Russian groups organized the monster rally “Trump is not my president” in New York City on November 12, 2016.
Do those ad’s look pro-Trump to you?
Further, these ad’s that are listed in Muller’s indictments are also the same ads the House Intelligence Committee released a sampling of Facebook ads linked to Russia late last year.
If you look at the ad’s there are only a few that are pro-Trump. The others are pro-Hillary, with some support for black lives matter, as an example.
And according to one of the groups, they claim half of their paid ads ran after the election and 25 percent never ran at all.
More than half of the ‘Russian advertisements’ on Facebook that supposedly influenced the 2016 US elections actually appeared after the vote, the company has revealed. Nobody even saw one-quarter of the ads bought by “inauthentic accounts.”
In September, Facebook vowed to deliver Congress some 3,000 ads purchased between 2015 and 2017 and connected to 470 “inauthentic” accounts and pages, which, as it continues to say, “appear to have come from a Russian entity.”However, Moscow has blasted those allegations, while repeatedly stating that it had nothing to do with the 2016 vote.
“44% of total ad impressions [number of times ads were displayed] were before the US election on November 8, 2016; 56% were after the election,” the social media giant stated on Monday as it published some “facts” about “Russian ads.”
However, over “25% of the ads were never shown to anyone,” the Monday ‘factsheet’ says, adding the posts have reached some 10 million users.
Additionally, Facebook executive Colin Stretch testified to the US Senate Judiciary Committee about these ads. He commented that the total number of those illegitimate ads are a drop in the ocean — less than 0.004 percent of all content — or about 1 in 23,000 news feed items.
-Russian Facebook ads comprised only .004% of total content.
-90% of the ads didn’t even target either candidate. pic.twitter.com/UlmBSW2TCC
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) November 1, 2017
Here are a few points to ponder.
So why is the left and Mueller advertising this scheme by Russian trolls to influence our election only connected to Donald Trump? Next, why do they not inform the public that half the ads have nothing to do with electing certain officials and were pro-Hillary? And finally, why do they not mention that half these ads never ran and many ran after the election?
Of course this raises serious concerns and question about how and why other foreign governments could possibly want to interfere with future elections. The threat should indeed be taken seriously. But as far as this being proof that the Trump campaign colluded with a foreign government to flip the election in Trump’s favor is nonsense.
And for the left and Mueller to flat our lie to the American public and continue to pin this as a bombshell development into their fake investigation into Trump is a huge disservice to the people.