Seymour Hersh Blasts Establishment Media for Pushing Russian Hacking Story w/Out Fact-Checking

Posted: January 26, 2017 in Uncategorized

Great interview with Jeremy Scahill.


Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Seymour Hersh said in an interview that he does not believe the U.S. intelligence community proved its case that President Vladimir Putin directed a hacking campaign aimed at securing the election of Donald Trump. He blasted news organizations for lazily broadcasting the assertions of U.S. intelligence officials as established facts.

The Intercept’s Jeremy Scahill speaks with Seymour Hersh at his home in Washington, D.C. two days after Donald Trump’s inauguration.

Hersh denounced news organizations as “crazy town” for their uncritical promotion of the pronouncements of the director of national intelligence and the CIA, given their track records of lying and misleading the public.

“The way they behaved on the Russia stuff was outrageous,” Hersh said when I sat down with him at his home in Washington, D.C., two days after Trump was inaugurated. “They were…

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  1. Until now there seems a lack of accurate analyses of the true reason for the “Russia Hacking”, in that it is (was) a spectacular psyop to divert the people’s attention away from revealed war crimes orchestrated through the use of paid mercenaries – aka ISIS, al Nusra, and others groups. As that analyses hasn’t been forthcoming and strong, bold and decisive, one can say the psyop has for the most part been extremely successful. Until now, those who’ve facilitated terrorist mass murder have certainly “gotten away with it” – a sad and clearly unjust development indeed.

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