from Russia Insider:
It has happened. He has done it again!
Putin hacked the Democratic Party and was going to rig the election for Trump. But when this wicked scheme was exposed he went ahead and straight up poisoned the Democratic nominee — just as he has ‘taken car of’ of so many other who have stood in his way.
It has happened. Or at least the mainstream (regime) media wouldn’t mind if you believe that it did.
First there was Metro — a free British tabloid — which was only to happy to pick up nonsensical Twitter noise and presented it as if it needs to be treated seriously.
Somebody on Twitter who is slightly famous has a degree in medicine suggested Hillary camp should check her for poison in case Trump or Putin dropped something in her tea.
So yeah, some bloke saying something outlandish on Twitter — of course that’s worthy of making into a serious mainstream article:
But hey this is Metro, a British tabloid — perhaps the most infamous and least trusted genre of newspaper there is. Moreover it’s a free tabloid. It’s primary use is as blankets for homeless people and Millwall bricks for hoodlums so why are we making an issue of this?
Well because after Metro ran the story, within hours The Washington Post followed:
Yupp. America’s supposedly second most prestigious newspaper reported with all seriousness that a mildly famous doctor — who by the looks of it wouldn’t mind becoming more famous — suspects Hillary has been poisoned by Donald Trump or Vladimir Putin. Nevermind he’s actually on the other side of the continent in California and only ever saw Hillary on TV — so he’s about as qualified to have an opinion as any other person on the globe.
Moreover, WaPo tried to lend added credence to the conspiracy hypothesis by reminding the reader that Putin was “implicated” (ie accused in the west) in the poisoning of Alexander Litvinenko (an errand boy for the exiled oligarch Berezovsky who most likely accidentally poisoned himself while smuggling radioactive substances).
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