No, Sorry CNN

You didn’t get pasted in the mid-terms because of Freemasons sharing information on Twitter for god’s sake

Washington (CNN) — Republicans and outside groups used anonymous Twitter accounts to share internal polling data ahead of the midterm elections, CNN has learned, a practice that raises questions about whether they violated campaign finance laws that prohibit coordination.
The Twitter accounts were hidden in plain sight. The profiles were publicly available but meaningless without knowledge of how to find them and decode the information, according to a source with knowledge of the activities.
The practice is the latest effort in the quest by political operatives to exploit the murky world of campaign finance laws at a time when limits on spending in politics are eroding and regulators are being defanged.

I find it so pathetic that the Dems are so up in arms that the polls they commissioned and took ahead of the election were wrong…the polls, mind you, not, say, their awful policies.

But yes, of course, so now the rallying cry will be “Government control of da Interwebz is needed to keep us Free!”

4 Responses to “No, Sorry CNN”

  1. JeffS says:

    Note that CNN also whines about Citizens United, and that they didn’t any Dhimmicrats until the last quarter of the article.

    Biased much, CNN?

  2. Gary from jersey says:

    Democrat: The new name for sociopathy.

  3. aelfheld says:

    Not sure who coined the term ‘John Birch Left’ but if ever it was applicable . . .

  4. nightfly says:

    Shorter CNN: Anonymous data sharing via the Internet is monstrous, say all our sockpuppets.

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