The “Russia collusion” debacle was REAL, and it was run by Democrats

Friday, February 1, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan Huff
Friday, February 01, 2019

In a told-you-so turn of events, a major cybersecurity firm that’s been peddling the “Russian collusion” conspiracy theory every chance it gets has now been exposed for colluding with the Russians itself.

New Knowledge, owned and run by Ryan Fox and Jonathan Morgan, was recently caught hiring an “army of fake Russian bots” to spread misinformation online – even after the company had repeatedly been warning about “Russian efforts” to meddle in American elections.

“This week … we learned that New Knowledge was running its own disinformation campaign (or ‘propaganda war against Americans,’ you could say), complete with fake Russian bots designed to discredit Republican candidate Roy Moore as a Russia-preferred candidate when he was running for the U.S. senate in Alabama in 2017,” writes Danielle Ryan for

New Knowledge caught using “fake Russian bots” to smear Republican candidate Roy Moore

Interestingly enough, this scheme was exposed by none other than The New York Times, which about a month earlier published an op-ed penned by Fox and Morgan that warned about the very thing that the two would end up doing themselves – the epitome of hypocrisy and shameless virtue-signaling.

In their op-ed, Fox and Morgan fear-mongered about “the Russians,” which they claim are actively trying to thwart American “democracy” with the spread of misinformation. Their evidence? A higher-than-normal number of articles from RT (Russia Today) being shared on Facebook.

It’s a hilariously conspiratorial pile of rubbish that makes it seem as though New Knowledge is out there fighting some kind of Russian propaganda war, when in fact it’s New Knowledge that’s now been caught spreading Russian propaganda.

New Knowledge conspired with the Russians to launch fake attack on Roy Moore, claiming he was conspiring with the Russians

As revealed by Ryan, New Knowledge created a “mini-army of fake Russian bots and fake Facebook groups,” many of which had Russian names, that were tasked with following and taking down then-candidate Moore.

An internal company memo from New Knowledge that has since come to light shows that the company had “orchestrated an elaborate ‘false flag’ operation that planted the idea that the Moore campaign was amplified on social media by a Russian botnet.”

In the end, these nefarious efforts by New Knowledge to destroy Roy Moore were a success, as he reportedly lost by a slim 1.5 percent margin.

New Knowledge says it conspired with the Russians to “imitate Russian tactics”

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