The claim would-be key Russiagate figure Konstantin Kilimnik is a longtime American informant might be a game-changing story – in a country with a real press corps by Matt Taibbi Untitledgate edited by O Society June 9, 2019 John Solomon of The Hill just came out with what could be a narrative-changing story. If news organizations that heavily … Continue reading Exposé in “The Hill” Challenges Mueller & Media
by Tom Coburg Canary Dec 3, 2018 A former consul and first secretary at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London has spoken out against a “fake story” from the Guardian. Speaking to The Canary, Fidel Narváez insisted that the claim that former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort met with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is entirely false. The … Continue reading Former diplomat challenges ‘fake’ Guardian claims about Julian Assange meeting Paul Manafort
by Glenn Greenwald Intercept Jan 2, 2019 FIVE WEEKS AGO, the Guardian published one of the most extraordinary and significant bombshells in the now two-plus-year-old Trump/Russia saga. “Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort held secret talks with Julian Assange inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London, and visited around the time he joined Trump’s campaign,” claimed reporter and best-selling “Collusion” author Luke Harding, … Continue reading Five Weeks After the Guardian’s Viral Blockbuster Assange/ Manafort Scoop, No Evidence Has Emerged – Just Stonewalling
by ALAN MACLEOD FAIRNESS & ACCURACY IN REPORTING Dec 3, 2018 In what has been described as potentially the biggest story of the year, the Guardian’s Luke Harding (11/27/18) reported last week Donald Trump’s former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, held a series of secret talks with WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange. These meetings were said … Continue reading Misreporting Manafort: A Case Study in Journalistic Malpractice
This Guardian Fake News Story Proves The Media Can't Be Trusted by Moon of Alabama Nov 29, 2018 In 2015 the British Guardian appointed Katherine Viner as editor in chief. Under her lead the paper took a new direction. While it earlier made attempts to balance its shoddier side with some interesting reporting, it is now solidly … Continue reading Guardian Story Gets a Thorough Debunking
Mueller Takes Aim, But Is Trump in Trouble? by Aaron Maté Nation Nov 30, 2018 After disappearing for the midterms, Russiagate has re-emerged front and center. This week’s barrage of developments in the cases of indicted Trump campaign figures Paul Manafort, Michael Cohen, and George Papadopoulos renewed long-running declarations of a presidency in peril. They coincide with a fresh … Continue reading Why Russiagate’s new bombshells might not be that explosive.
by Craig Murray Nov 27, 2018 The right wing Ecuadorean government of President Moreno continues to churn out its production line of fake documents regarding Julian Assange, and channel them straight to MI6 mouthpiece Luke Harding of the Guardian. Amazingly, more Ecuadorean Government documents have just been discovered for the Guardian, this time spy agency … Continue reading Assange Never Met Manafort. Luke Harding and the Guardian Publish Still More Blatant MI6 Lies