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2019-11-08 07:00 by Karl Denninger
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And Here I Thought Election Interference Was Bad...
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Apparently letting the Clinton family get away with alleged pedophilia is good.

So is letting Buckingham Palace.

And it's especially good when there's an election coming, and revealing that there is photographic evidence, which a news organization has, along with a first-person victim, would have implicated Hillary Clinton.

Veritas has a new whistleblower -- this one a former ABC News employee.  Three years ago, of course, would be 2016.  Gee, that doesn't implicate Hillary's Presidential Run, does it?  Oh wait....

Then there's what ABC News and the rest did to Kavanaugh without any photographic evidence and without corroboration.  Yes, there were alleged "first party" reports but none of them could be corroborated.  Yet all of the media ran with that and tried to destroy the man.

CBS has apparently fired the whistleblower -- big shock.  It's not like the media is interested in policing itself, right?  Further, it's not like CBS was some sort of virtuous outlier either; they were just as snake-like during that time as everyone else.

How many kids were brutalized by this?  It's impossible to know.  But this much is clear: It was, indeed, election interference to spike this story.

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