(Article by Chris Menahan republished from InformationLiberation.com)
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) April 26, 2022
Is that common for a journalist to have a source edit their own story?
— David Jacobs (@calsaw1832) April 26, 2022
We're reviewing juicy Fusion GPS e-mails with the Press.
Washington Post reporter stated a colleague's Moscow source said Fusion GPS allegations were "bullshit"
They would later push Fusion GPS false information.
— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) April 26, 2022
Here are e-mails between Franklin Foer and Fusion GPS, in which they discuss going after Carter Page in May 2016.
Fusion GPS and Franklin Foer e-mails - in which Fusion GPS alleges Millian is “clearly KGB.”
Fusion GPS telling a WSJ reporter to call Adam Schiff or Diane Feinstein about Carter Page.
As Durham makes clear, no lawyers are copied in these e-mails and this doesn’t have anything to do with legal advice. And even if there were some type of privilege or work product, it was waived when Fusion GPS distributed the info to the press.
How many times have we seen this before? It reminds me of when Politico's Glenn Thrush (now with the New York Times) got exposed by Wikileaks for sending his articles to the Clinton campaign for editing.
Foer is now writing propaganda pieces for The Atlantic hailing the Zelensky regime as champions of "liberalism."
In the spirit of Passover, I wrote about the miracle of Ukrainian survival—and why it should give hope for liberalism. https://t.co/GLNUMe9YBp
— Franklin Foer (@FranklinFoer) April 13, 2022
Zelensky said three weeks ago his goal for Ukraine is not to become a "liberal" state but instead "a Greater Israel."
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