According to volume two of a report from the Senate Committee on Intelligence regarding the Russian social media campaign to interfere with the 2016 U.S. elections, no group was targeted more than Black Americans. “By far, race and related issues were the preferred target of the information warfare campaign designed to divide the country in […]
Julian Assange’s seven years on the run came to a dramatic close this morning when police entered the Ecuadorian embassy in London and arrested him. The move came after Ecuador withdrew the asylum that they had been giving Assange, citing bad behavior. They invited London Metropolitan Police officers into the embassy. Police immediately detained Assange […]
This is part two of a personal account of the events leading up to Hillary Clinton’s nomination for president in 2016.
According to two reports released by the Senate Intelligence Committee, Russian interference in U.S. elections was both more far-reaching than originally thought and continues today.
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