Finally! Robby Mooch’s acts are being scrutinized and uncovered. Things Mook did in 2016 while working for the then-creepy presidential candidate Hillary R. Clinton are coming to light, and it is not too late to see the system of corruption that was used in 2020 – and the Democrats are using the same system of misinformation and smear campaigns to influence elections today.
Moreover, a Federal agency has joined the left’s slander effort, according to reports.
“The Russia-Trump collusion narrative of 2016 and beyond was a dirty trick for the ages, and now we know it came from the top—candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton,” The Wall Street Journal reported in May.
While Robby Mook's "Defending Digital Democracy Project" was flagging and blocking conservative social media posts as "misinformation," Mook himself was promoting the known to be false Trump-Alfa Bank server connection. https://t.co/UgwmKZ8hUr
— T.D. Bowler (@TDBowler) October 11, 2022
“Clinton campaign manager who spread Trump-Alfa Bank story involved in DHS election censorship
Robby Mook’s Harvard project was a “civil society collaborator” in a consortium that targeted news organizations and members of Congress for purported election misinformation,” Just The News reported recently, adding:
“The Hillary Clinton 2016 presidential campaign manager who helped spread one of the most impactful disinformation campaigns in American electoral history was also involved in the federally backed censorship machine against purported election misinformation during the 2020 campaign.”
According to their report, Robby Mook cofounded the Defending Digital Democracy Project (D3P) at Harvard University’s Belfer Center in 2017 and remained a senior fellow there until the 2020 election, after which he became a Belfer Center senior fellow in the summer of 2021. In addition, he is an adjunct professor at the Harvard Kennedy School.
D3P joined in the Election Integrity Partnership, a commercial consortium created “in collaboration” with the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency of the Department of Homeland Security.
D3P ranked only below the Democratic National Committee, the most partisan entity the consortium recruited as a collaborator, on the chart indicating the frequency with which partners were mentioned in misleading “tickets.”
According to their website, The Election Integrity Partnership was founded in 2020 as a nonpartisan coalition to empower the research community, election officials, government agencies, civil society organizations, and social media platforms to defend our elections against those who seek to undermine them by exploiting vulnerabilities in the online information environment.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
Just the News reported:
Mook’s project was among several left-of-center “[c]ivil society collaborators [who] submitted tips through the trusted partner tip line and interacted with the EIP research team through briefings, partner meetings, and shared findings,” according to the consortium’s after-action report. CONTINUE READING…