Establishment gatekeepers have warned their charges: publish anything that harms a hair on ol' Sniffy McBloodyEye's head, and you'll be smeared as a Russian Collaborator, based on a hack that may never have happened, diagnosed by a company with connections to both the NSA and Russiagate mainstay Crowdstrike. Did we mention that this company, Area 1, is running cybersecurity for "about half of the major 2020 presidential candidates" and has also claimed - again, sans proof - it has blocked "attempts by foreign governments to break into campaigns' networks"? Why, between this con-job and the polls that show Sanders mopping the floor with both the Massachusetts senator who called him a liar on national TV and the senile old child-pawer who refuses to give up his dreams of being president despite being all but guaranteed a three-time-loser, it's almost like the Democratic establishment has already decided it will throw the 2020 election in order to pin its "loss" on Those Dastardly Russians. Instead of merely being pilloried on PropOrNot, journalists perceived as being "soft on Russia" - i.e. anti-war - will be doxxed on Mirotvorets and stalked (and worse) offline as the worst excesses of Ukraine's US-backed fascist regime come home to roost.
January 13: Can we interest you in Fear; encryption causes terrorism; even France's lawyers have more of a clue than US; 23andMe pimps your genes
January 14: Dueling makes a comeback; Microsoft in the head; establishment voices demand preemptive censorship; things falling out of the sky
January 15: Fake officer for a fake alliance; an encrypted phone walks into a Barr; dude where's my mortar; Facebook adds insult to injury