The hottest Election interference Substack posts right now

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Today's Edition Newsletter • 7665 implied HN points • 13 Jan 24
  1. Immigration numbers show slower growth than in previous decades, indicating a need for more immigrants.
  2. Professor Timothy Snyder criticizes those who prioritize fear over the Constitution when it comes to Trump's re-election eligibility.
  3. Trump's shifting defense strategy regarding election interference raises questions about consistency and credibility.
Emerald Robinson’s The Right Way • 4736 implied HN points • 06 Dec 23
  1. Former Vice President Mike Pence is testifying against President Trump in a Georgia election interference trial.
  2. Pence's staff had connections to individuals involved in anti-Trump actions like the January 6th events.
  3. There are claims of treachery and betrayal by Mike Pence against Republican voters.
Public • 407 implied HN points • 22 Feb 24
  1. Media and Democratic politicians are pushing theories of Russian interference in US elections without substantial evidence.
  2. Allegations linking Russian government to disinformation and election interference lack concrete proof.
  3. There is growing concern about the FBI's involvement in spreading false information and disinformation to discredit certain groups.
bad cattitude • 200 implied HN points • 01 Mar 24
  1. Control over the justice system is powerful, as it determines who is charged and for what.
  2. Those in power can abuse the justice system without consequences, while minor infractions by others are punished harshly.
  3. The imbalance of enforcing laws creates a culture of fear, demoralization, and lack of accountability in the justice system.
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Public • 404 implied HN points • 15 Dec 23
  1. There are connections between the leaders of the Censorship Industrial Complex and the Trump-Russia Collusion Hoax.
  2. The Cyber Threat Intelligence League (CTIL) was involved in censoring content on social media, with links to the Russian collusion narrative.
  3. Various individuals and groups, including Zetalytics and members of the Clinton campaign, were tied to promoting the Trump-Russia collusion narrative and engaging in disinformation activities.
Public • 362 implied HN points • 29 Nov 23
  1. Newly released emails show US government officials sought to censor narratives and interfere in the 2020 election.
  2. Department of Homeland Security's methods of information control aimed at narrative control and election interference.
  3. Government-backed censorship was revealed to be part of a larger political influence operation to shape public opinion.
Public • 336 implied HN points • 11 Nov 23
  1. Evidence shows Stanford Internet Observatory demanded censorship of Covid vaccine information and interfered in the 2020 elections
  2. Government agencies like DHS-CISA secretly created the Censorship Industrial Complex, threatening freedom of speech
  3. Efforts are being made to dismantle the Censorship Industrial Complex and turn the tide against censorship advocates
startupdreams • 741 implied HN points • 29 May 23
  1. 70% of Americans are concerned about election interference by the FBI or intelligence agencies, showing lack of confidence in elections.
  2. 71% of Americans believe wide-ranging reform is necessary to prevent election interference by government institutions, indicating a bipartisan distrust in government.
  3. A large majority of Americans are not surprised that the FBI violated its own policies, highlighting a bipartisan distrust of the FBI.
Weaponized • 10 HN points • 03 Feb 24
  1. Russia is amplifying calls for civil war in the U.S. by promoting inflammatory articles and tweets about border disputes.
  2. Russia has a history of using immigration issues to sow divisions and destabilize democratic processes, part of their hybrid warfare strategy.
  3. Russian state propaganda outlets like RT and Sputnik are engaged in a possible disinformation campaign to polarize public opinion and exacerbate tensions in the U.S., especially in the lead-up to the upcoming presidential election.
Public • 4 HN points • 15 Feb 24
  1. Former CIA Director Gina Haspel blocked the release of a binder containing evidence of potential involvement in Trump-Russia collusion
  2. Corruption, rather than tradecraft, is the main concern officials have about keeping certain documents classified
  3. There have been repeated efforts by senior intelligence officials, including Haspel, to prevent the declassification of information related to the Trump-Russia investigation
The Washington Current • 0 implied HN points • 20 Jan 24
  1. Attorney General Merrick Garland defends prosecution of Donald Trump, citing public interest and the need for a speedy trial.
  2. Garland emphasizes that the Justice Department's actions are based on facts and law, not politics.
  3. Trump is facing federal criminal cases relating to hoarding government documents and attempting to subvert the 2020 election results.
The AI Observer • 0 implied HN points • 17 Feb 24
  1. 20 tech giants including OpenAI, Meta, and Microsoft are collaborating to combat AI's misuse in election interference.
  2. The joint effort aims to tackle fake AI-generated content influencing elections globally by developing detection tools and running awareness campaigns.
  3. Challenges include implementing measures to identify AI-generated content using watermarks or metadata, with details on execution still unclear.
startupdreams • 0 implied HN points • 26 Feb 24
  1. The White House is reportedly colluding directly with a Georgia DA on an election case, causing chaos and raising questions about democracy and government interference.
  2. Allegations of an affair between the DA and her special prosecutor, along with accusations of manipulating the case against Trump, are creating a messy and controversial situation.
  3. The involvement of a whistleblower and a House committee further adds to the complexity of the situation, emphasizing the importance of letting the will of the people speak without government interference.
TOP SECRET UMBRA • 0 implied HN points • 27 Feb 23
  1. Canada faced serious Chinese interference during their 2021 federal election, raising concerns about democracy and security.
  2. American media has largely ignored the story of Chinese interference in Canada, despite potential implications for US security.
  3. The situation in Canada highlights the need for stronger laws and counterintelligence measures to combat foreign influence.