Alt-Media Sites ‘Listed’ as Kremlin Agitprop by Faceless Ukro-Trolls of @PropOrNot Threaten to Sue for Libel by James the Russian Analyst
Link to the ‘Press Release’ Put Out About @PropOrNot in Response to Widespread Condemnation Across the Political Landscape from Rolling Stone to Zerohedge
— Deep State Analysis (@Official_DSA) December 1, 2016
Sue the Bastards: US News Reports some Alt-Media Have Had Enough and Want to See @PropOrNot’s Anonymous Ukro-Trolls and Contributors in Court
What is clear however, is that should the increasingly organized and apparently centrally planned push against ‘Russian propaganda’ continue to smear Americans who’ve never taken a kopek in Russian funding from the Kremlin or Moscow’s corporations, simply because they disagree with U.S. foreign policy, there is bound to be pushback. Including private and journalistic investigations into whether some of the individuals whose ‘work’ was cited by @PropOrNot (but who have disavowed working with it under online scrutiny), including Andrew Weisburd and ex-US Army officer Joel Harding, have ties of their own to foreign governments targeting free speech by Americans, especially the regime in Kiev.
While both Weisburd and Harding deny being anything other than private citizens and self-appointed witch hunters of Kremlin trolls (with Harding facing amateur sleuths digging into his announced contacts with @PropOrNot), it would be interesting to see them — or employees of the FPRI — denying under cross examination in libel court receiving payment or instructions from the Ukrainian Embassy in Washington. Or in Weisburd’s case, watching him in the dock denying knowing any ‘ex’ intelligence officers from a small country in the southeastern Mediterranean known for aggressively spying on American soil…