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Democratic PAC Led By Retired Army General Seeks To Combat Trump Online



President Trump has a lot of support among members of our military. However, just because a lot of folks dig the way he leads the armed forces doesn’t mean everyone is a card carrying member of the Trump Fan Club. There’s at least one retired general who’s letting it be known in no uncertain terms that he’s not only not a fan, but an enemy ready to take the fight to the president.

Gen. Stanley McChrystal is currently advising a brand new Democratic political action committee in how to deploy technology which was originally created to help provide countermeasures for ISIS propaganda for the more domestic use of fighting online efforts to promote President Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

These people never give it a rest. Not even during a pandemic.

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The group, Defeat Disinfo, will use artificial intelligence and network analysis to map discussion of the president’s claims on social media. It will seek to intervene by identifying the most popular counter-narratives and boosting them through a network of more than 3.4 million influencers across the country – in some cases paying users with large followings to take sides against the president.

The initiative reflects fears within the Democratic Party that Trump’s unwavering digital army may help sustain him through the pandemic, as it has through past controversies, even as the economy craters, tens of thousands have died, and Trump suffers in the polls.

“It’s often said campaigns are a battle of ideas, but they’re really a battle of narratives,” said David Eichenbaum, a Democratic media consultant who is a senior adviser to the PAC. “Today those narratives spread quickly online.”

This initiative is being headed up by Curtis Houghland. Houghland had once received initial funding for the technology to be used against the president from the Pentagon’s research arm, DARPA, as part of a national security effort to prevent the spread of extremism overseas. He has claimed that Democrats are not well prepared for the fight over information and attention, factos he believes will play a critical role in determining the presidential race come November.

Houghland uses the whole “injecting bleach or household disinfectant” debacle that occurred last week as an example of this lack of preparation. When President Trump made this comment, there was a sizable flurry of activity on Twitter about it, however, given that this moment should have really hurt the president and been used as ammunition against him, four of the top six tweets about the statement were from Twitter accounts that were favorable toward the commander-in-chief, which boosted the idea that his comments were taken out of context.

In other words, the left should’ve been all over that, making memes and all sorts of other content, and spreading them everywhere as fast as possible in order to get their messaging out there and hurt the president. Such great people, aren’t they?

McChrystal himself said that his interest in the PAC resides his desire to ensure accuracy of information leading up to the November election, even if to do so means going after viral attention with emotional appeals.

“Everyone wishes the Pandora’s box was closed and none of this existed, but it does,” McChrystal said.

So, in other words, liberals are once again revealing that they are at war with Donald Trump and they are willing to employ whatever tactics they can to ensure that his greatest tools for reaching the masses are used against him in order to prevent his messaging from reaching the American people.

This reveals just how much the left fears Trump. They know this man will prevent their plans for transforming American into a socialist nightmare from coming to pass and they want him removed.

Let’s hope the efforts of this PAC fail miserably.


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This certainly isn’t going to bode well for vaccine hesitancy.




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