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An ex CIA propagandist published a fake article on theGuardian, accusing Manafort of meeting with Julian Assange. But theGuardian got caught and had to retract.
The author was a man named Luke Harding. No connection to the infamous WordPress troll “Joel Harding.”
TheGuardian made a low effort attempt to backtrack.
The Ecuadorian embassy’s visitor logs had no entries of “Manaforts,” nor had there been any mention of the “Russians” that Luke Harding dreamed of.
Wikileaks presses the advantage and goes after theGuardian. Wikileaks points out that they had indeed called out theGuardian at the time that Luke Harding published his fake article.
This is the tweet that Wikileaks is referring to.
Neither Luke nor theGuardian’s editors had bothered to check whether or not they had already published an earlier account of the Ecuadorian embassy’s visitor data.
This is the article that FoWLChi was referring to.
Hitting ctrl+F shows that the word “Manafort” was nowhere to be found.
They did correctly identify the surname “Bogachikhin” to be Russian in origin though. And all this time I thought Bogachikhin was a Finnish surname. Gee thanks theGuardian!
Here’s the WashingtonTimes article.
TheGuardian claimed that Manafort visited London in 2013, 2015 and 2016.
The passports only show entries for 2008, 2010 and 2012. Maybe 2016? Lol.
Mueller corroborates the issue.
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