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HEY CNN: We Found That ‘Hacked Election’ Story … It Wasn’t THIS Year

Assange is Back!

Is election interference a big deal? What if it’s done during Obama’s Admin?

There’s a Wikileaks document that will test what the media REALLY feels about ‘election interference’.

They said nothing about Obama actively trying to overthrow Netanyahu. And using Taxpayer cash to do it.

The State Department paid hundreds of thousands of dollars in taxpayers grants to an Israeli group that used the money to build a campaign to oust Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in last year’s Israeli parliamentary elections, a congressional investigation concluded Tuesday. –Washington

THAT wasn’t a story. But the Left hates Israel. So that was hardly surprising.

But what about involvment in an election in France?

Central Intelligence Agency documents released by WikiLeaks Thursday list Canada as one of several countries asked to assist the United States while they spied on the 2012 French presidential election.

The three CIA tasking orders request that current French president Francois Hollande, then president Nicolas Sarkozy and current first round presidential front-runner Marine Le Pen all be closely monitored.

CIA officers were asked to uncover the secret strategies of the candidates, as well as information on internal power dynamics within the parties. Canada is listed as one of five countries working on human intelligence parts of the operation however there are no specifics on which parts of the operation, if any, Canada was involved in. — Ottawa Citizen

Why, exactly, do we need the ‘secret strategies’ of the candidates or ‘power dynamics within the parties’?

But it happened Under Obama. So… no scandal there. Right?

Share if the endless anti-Trump frenzy is blinding them to some interesting stories.

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