Ben Rhodes, who worked as deputy national security adviser in the Obama White House. He had written numerous Twitter messages charging ‘pro-Trump’ interests of trying to flood the zone with disinformation ahead of the Nov. 3 election. Let’s check.
Former New York Times writer Bari Weiss attended on Twitter night after a retired member of the Obama Administration accused Republicans of trying to increase disinformation ahead of the 3rd November presidential election.
I would love to read an essay on the ever-morphing idea of misinformation as per Weiss, reacted to a tweet by Ben Rhodes, who worked as deputy national security adviser in the Obama White House. It seems that it has moved from being an accountant of Holocaust denial to a word to tag any content that seems to help the right politically.
Earlier on Wednesday, Rhodes had written numerous Twitter messages accusing ‘pro-Trump’ interests of trying to flood the zone with disinformation- with the supposed intention of small the discern horse race for the White House Trump and Democratic member Joe Biden.
Rhodes’ tweets become visible on the same day the New York post supposed Biden’s son Hunter Biden had gotten an email in 2015 from a member of the Ukrainian energy company Burisma. A message that appeared to thank Hunter Biden for giving a chance to meet his father who has then Vice President under Barack Obama.
Joe Biden had earlier said he had never said to my son about his foreign business relations. The Biden 2020 president campaign answered the posting plot Wednesday saying the former vice president carried out official U.S. policy toward Ukraine, engaged in no wrongly working and that Trump management officials have taken in custody to this reality under oath.