Tag: Interference

Trusted Demonologies: US Electoral Interference, the Proud Boys and Iran – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Iran, Russia and electoral interference. It is all part of the delicious mess that any observer of US politics has come to expect. Were the US body politic capable of being examined on the clinician’s couch, historical fears, psychic disturbances, and a range of unsettling syndromes would be identified. The issue of electoral interference would certainly be at the fore; it would also be fitting that a state so indifferent to the electoral sovereignty of others would now find itself constantly fearing large return servings.

Trusted Demonologies: US Electoral Interference, the Proud Boys and Iran – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Donald Trump Is Committing A Crime Against Democracy | HuffPost Australia

Voter suppression has long been a part of the Republican electoral playbook, but GOP officials typically...

Trump has been more direct. Back in March, he blasted a different coronavirus rescue package from Democrats, telling Fox News, “The things they had in there were crazy … levels of voting that, if you ever agreed to it, you’d never have a Republican elected in this country again.” The equation was pretty simple: More votes equals fewer Republicans.

via Donald Trump Is Committing A Crime Against Democracy | HuffPost Australia

Liars always shout and make wild accusations to deflect attention – » The Australian Independent Media Network

Turnbull and his MPs have turned all their guns on Sam Dastyari and – aided by the mainstream media and the ABC – are producing a cacophony reminiscent of a 1950s “Reds under the Beds“ campaign, but totally ignoring the obvious influence the Chinese have on the LNP.

If anything, Mr Xu must be a ‘double agent’ working for the Liberals and China. Hmm, perhaps not … as they are both on the same side!

But like I said: Liars always shout and make wild accusations to deflect attention.

via Liars always shout and make wild accusations to deflect attention – » The Australian Independent Media Network