State Department Seeks To Create New Fake Sources To Support Russiagate Hoax
Aug. 7, 2020 (EIRNS)—The U.S. State Department Rewards for Justice Program—which primarily gives cash bounties of millions of dollars for the identification and location of suspected terrorists—is enlisting the efforts of novelists, legacy media journalists, and other writers of fiction to create a renewed case for terrifying Americans about the threat of Russian interference in the elections.
Need some cash? You can be paid up to $10 million for “information leading to the identification or location of any person who, while acting at the direction of or under the control of a foreign government, interferes with any United States federal, state, or local election by violating section 1030 of title 18” which concerns computer fraud and hacking.
So, if you know of a Russian caterer who is scheming to use dezinformatsiya to achieve the difficult task of making Joe Biden look bad—or can even spin a slightly believable yarn attesting to such knowledge, you can get some big bucks like Christopher Steele, and perhaps be the subject of dozens of breathless stories and reports in the New York Times and MSNBC!
Mike Pompeo’s State Department is using Twitter, text messaging, and email to recruit aspiring creative writers, who can submit their short stories via email, Telegram, WhatsApp, or Signal.