BREAKING: Russian woman charged with attempted meddling in U.S. midterm elections

Elena Khusyaynova, who works for a company owned by an oligarch close to Russian President Vladimir Putin, was charged Friday with using social media platforms to create thousands of social media and e-mail accounts appearing to be from people in the U.S. to “create and amplify divisive social media and political content.”

Among the topics were gun control, gay rights, the women’s march and the NFL anthem debate. They also keyed off specific events, including the Las Vegas shooting and the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Full Story @ NBC News


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1 Comment on "BREAKING: Russian woman charged with attempted meddling in U.S. midterm elections"

  1. There are many good reasons to be highly skeptical of NBC’s hard push to sell the notion that “Russia stole the election.” One of these reasons is that Clinton — in spite of much opposition from the Dem voting base — got the most votes. Trump is president because he got the most electoral votes (check: electoral college process), something that a foreign entity couldn’t steal, influence, hack into, etc., etc. Since Trump took office, the rest of the world has noted his buildup of US/NATO troops near the Russian border. Russia was not surprised, and they and do not consider this a gesture of friendship.


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