TGP reported truthfully on every one of the Trump/Russia stories…knowing from the get go in early 2017 that these allegations were all hoaxes. Mainstream media peddled every lie they could get their hands on, further diving the country and insinuating that the 2016 election was illegitimate.
- Mar 15, 2017 Revealed: Hillary Fanatic Pushed Bogus Trump-Russia Narrative Investigated by FBI (Professor L. Jean Camp from Indiana University became a spokesperson last fall for a loose group of computer researchers who reported they had detected a series of communications between a commercial email server registered at Donald Trump’s office in New York City and a server at Alfa Bank in Russia. FBI investigators found NO PROOF there was any collusion between Trump, the Trump team or anyone in his close circle and Russia.)
- Apr 1, 2019 CONFIRMED: Bogus Trump-Russia Alfa Bank Connections Were Created By Hillary Supporter, Working with Fusion GPS — And Pushed BY CROOKED HILLARY!
- October 9, 2018 Was a Trump Server Communicating with Russia? -Rachel Maddow (Rachel Maddow pulled this conspiracy theory up on Oct. 9, 2018, almost two years after the initial "breaking of fake news" that servers in Trump Tower were communicating with Alfa Bank servers located in Russia. )
- Timeline of Russian interference in the 2016 United States elections (From May 4 through September, a pair of servers owned by Alfa-Bank look up the Trump Organization's domain on a server housed by Listrak and administered by Cendyn more than 2,000 times. Alfa-Bank performs the most lookups during this period, followed by Spectrum Health, and then Heartland Payment Systems, with 76 lookups; beyond that no other visible entity makes more than two. The FBI investigated the activity in the context of links between Trump associates and Russian officials and concluded that there were no such links and that there might be "an innocuous explanation, like marketing email or spam".)
- April 16, 2022 Techno Fog: CIA Bombshell: The Sussmann Data Was “User Created” (The CIA reviewed the Trump/YotaPhone data (and the Alfa Bank data) in early 2017. The fact that the CIA accepted this data on President Trump is its own scandal. In any event, the CIA’s findings are significant, as they concluded that the data was not “technically plausible” and was “user created and not machine/tool generated.”)