As previously reported, WAPO had to retract a totally debunked story the outfit published on Russian hackers penetrating the US power grid.
Despite the retraction, and despite the lack of evidence that Russia hacked anything recently including the US elections, mainstream outlets are still repetitively reporting on Russian hacking with gusto.
CNN even recently passed off a screen capture from the video game Fallout 4 while reporting on how Russia is hacking stuff.
The significance here isn’t just that it’s a scaremongering propaganda story that lacks evidence to back up the claims, but the game Fallout 4 is specifically a post-apocalyptic role-playing game that came out in November 2015 dealing with a nuclear holocaust set in the Boston, Massachusetts and New England area of the US.
Is this pre-programming or what? Certainly seems very Cold War red scare duck-and-cover, doesn’t it?
- Senate Homeland Security Chairman: “The CIA refused to provide us with a briefing on the issue of Russian hacking”
- Video: 5 Signs Russian Hacking Story Is Really Just Fake News
- Rob Schneider: “Blaming the Russians for losing the election is like blaming the hotel room for getting caught with a prostitute”
- Without Providing Any Evidence Of Hacking, Obama To Announce “Punishment” Plan For Russia
- Obama Admin Announces Russia’s “Punishment” for Alleged Hacking, with More to Come
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