On the anniversary of the “assessment” blaming Russia for interfering in the 2016 election there is still no evidence other than showing the media “colluded” with the spooks, Ray McGovern wrote on Jan. 7, 2019.
Tag: David Sanger
PATRICK LAWRENCE: Imperial Infantilism
Diplomacy is an essential skill in the century swiftly taking shape around us, but we find that hurling playground insults at the leader of another nation has become normal in post-9/11 Washington.
Ukraine & Nukes
After a New York Times reporter grossly distorted what Putin and Zelensky have said and done about nuclear weapons, Steven Starr corrects the record and deplores Western media, in general, for misinforming and leading the entire world in a dangerous direction.
The Beltway Media’s Loyalty to Permanent War State
Biden’s popular and long overdue retreat from Afghanistan exposed big media’s de facto merger with the military, writes Gareth Porter.
A Pandemic of ‘Russian Hacking’
Neither the actor, nor the motive, nor the damage done is known for certain in this latest scare story, write Ray McGovern and Joe Lauria.
VIPS MEMO: To Nancy Pelosi — Did Russia Hack the DNC Emails?
The lack of detail demanded by Pelosi may simply mean the absence of credible evidence of Russian interference as well as the absence of Clapperesque officials to conjure it up.
RAY McGOVERN: New York Times Deploys Heavy Gun to Back ‘Intel’ on Russian Bounties
After examining his record, New York Times readers should be skeptical of anything David Sanger writes, including his latest artful works of deception.