Ridiculous! NYT exaggerates ‘Russian influence in 2016 election’ by factor of hundreds of millions

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Even more damning evidence has come to light undermining The New York Times’ assertion in September that Russia used social media to steal the 2016 election for Donald Trump. The Times’ claim last month that Russian Facebook posts reached nearly as many Americans as actually voted in the 2016 election exaggerated the significance of those numbers by a factor of hundreds of millions, as revealed by further evidence from Facebook’s own Congressional testimony. Th further research into an earlier Consortium News article shows that a relatively paltry 80,000 posts from the private Russian company Internet Research Agency (IRA) were engulfed in literally trillions of posts on Facebook over a two-year period before and after the 2016 vote.

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