WaPo Claims $300 Million Class-Action Suit Against DNC ‘Frivolous’
Media finally forced to cover Democratic Party fraud case
No mainstream media organization covered the April 25 hearing at the federal courthouse in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and the media blackout of the case would be total and complete if not for the Internet and a handful of digital news outlets that initially covered the suit.
One other mainstream news organization, however, did cover the suit in recent days, but in similar fashion to The Washington Post; that is, in such a way as to discredit it.
The lawsuit was triggered by the release of DNC emails and other documents by Guccifer 2.0, who has identified himself as a Romanian hacker. One document in particular, a memo dated May 26, 2015, showed that the DNC was working to promote the candidacy of Hillary Clinton from the very start of the campaign cycle, though Sanders had already announced in April of 2015 that he would also seek the Democratic nomination.
The federal government created fake Internet identities to flood social media with propaganda in support of, or against, various policies, media outlets, or individuals. Fake Internet identities are also created by hired consultants and political operatives