The fact that Russia colluded with Donald Trump to interfere with the 2016 election is common knowledge, at this point. There’s really no arguing it. The mountain of evidence proving it is only growing with each passing day. While Muller and his crew over at the FBI are working on compiling their own evidence, Mark Zuckerberg over at Facebook made a rather shocking revelation recently that only stokes this already blazing fire of suspicion.
It was reported that thousands of Americans attended an Anti-Trump protest rally, days after the election. Why is this a big deal? Because this protest was set up by a Russian group, dedicated to cement support for Donald Trump’s election through the forms of protest. They figured, and calculated correctly, that the few Trump supporters that did exist, would answer back with protests of their own – and chaos would ensue (i.e. Charlottesville).
Anywhere in the range of 5,000-10,000 people actually showed up for this fake rally. Which, experts are saying, is probably the tip of the iceberg. The amount of rallies, on both sides, that this fraudulent organization created could be in the hundreds, if not thousands.
The Facebook group in question, BlackMattersUS, was the one the Russian group used in this particular case. But there’s likely a slurry of other fake pages dedicated solely to f**king with the American people, and our belief in the democratic process.
This digital day and age that we live in is exciting, but it’s also terrifying. The ease with which the Russians were able to play with our hearts and minds is inexcusably evil. And with their trusty orange puppet securely safe and sound in the Oval Office, they’re happier than ever. That’s why it’s up to us to impeach this bastard before things really get out of hand.
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