PN>>18246556 Twitter File Release #15 – Hamilton 68 Group Labels Counter Opinions “Russians”, Corporate Media Amplified, But Twitter Could Not Find Evidence
Twitter File Release #15 – Hamilton 68 Group Labels Counter Opinions “Russians”, Corporate Media Amplified, But Twitter Could Not Find Evidence
January 28, 20231 of 3Important to read entire article
Twitter File release #15 is presented by Matt Taibbi and covers the vast Russian conspiracy as promoted by the media in 2018 and beyond. [SEE HERE]
As noted within the email discussion viewed by Taibbi, feeding the media narrative was a very specific group known as Hamilton 68, “headed by former FBI counterintelligence official (and current MSNBC contributor) Clint Watts, and funded by a neoliberal think tank, the Alliance for Securing Democracy (ASD).”
The entire assertion presented by Hamilton 68 and ASD was bogus, and Twitter executives knew it all along. At first, Twitter tried to push back, telling the media there was no evidence to support the claims of the Hamilton 68 group. However, the corporate media desperately wanted the Vast Russian Conspiracy to be true, so they disregarded the analysis done by the team at Twitter and kept pushing the lies.
As Taibbi notes, “The secret ingredient to Hamilton 68’s analytical method? A list: “Our analysis has linked 600 Twitter accounts to Russian influence activities online.” Eventually the people at Twitter figured out what methods Hamilton 68 was using and found the account list on their own. However, there still was no reason to believe the accounts H68 identified were Russian. In fact, almost all were just regular Americans who did not believe the Vast Russian Collusion Conspiracy.
“In layman’s terms, the Hamilton 68 barely had any Russians. In fact, apart from a few RT accounts, it’s mostly full of ordinary Americans, Canadians, and British,” Taibbi explains. “It was a scam. Instead of tracking how “Russia” influenced American attitudes, Hamilton 68 simply collected a handful of mostly real, mostly American accounts, and described their organic conversations as Russian scheming,” Taibbi continued.
Regardless of how much factual evidence was assembled, no one in the media would respond to the Hamilton 68 claims by telling the truth. They all feared the left wing Alliance for Security Democracy and maintained the pretense to avoid being on the wrong side of their ideological peers.
The Vast Russian Conspiracy, with its origins in the 2016 Hillary Clinton campaign team, continues to this day. After the success of fabricating something out of literally nothing, the weaponized systems within the public-private partnership of government and media have grown even more bold.
With the DHS/FBI portal within Twitter, and likely within all social media, now being openly discussed and mainstreamed, it’s worth revisiting an August 2021 tripwire crossed by DHS and then contemplating how that was influenced by a much larger ideological agenda.
The United States Department of Homeland Security made a quiet and alarming announcement on August 13, 2021, creating the official position of the United States Government under the Joe Biden regime. [SEE DHS STATEMENT HERE] According to the statement, if you questioned the orthodoxy of government mandates, or COVID-19 responses from the U.S. government, you were -effective immediately- considered a “terrorist”, specifically a “Domestic Violent Extremist” (
Most people missed this remarkable development, yet it seemed to underpin a tenuous, unstable and fragile disposition of the current administration. Within this continuation of the Obama-era initiatives, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) seemed rather paranoid in their need to label anyone who would question the COVID-19 response.
Considering the polling at the time, more than half the country would be defined as dissidents and domestic terrorists within our homeland. Think about that.
DHS – The Secretary of Homeland Security has issued a new National Terrorism Advisory System (NTAS) Bulletin regarding the current heightened threat environment across the United States. […] These threats include those posed by domestic terrorists, individuals and groups engaged in grievance-based violence. […] Such threats are also exacerbated by impacts of the ongoing global pandemic, including grievances over public health safety measures and perceived government restrictions. (read more)
Notice the wording of that introductory paragraph.The government-imposed mandates, mask and vaccination requirements were only “perceived government restrictions.”