Democrats Launch Software To 'Identify Russian Bots' Ahead Of Midterms
The software also allowed for pursuing aggressive strategies in discussions
In a failing attempt to prevent Donald Trump from winning the midterm election, the US Democratic Party has launched an internal software that allegedly identifies suspected Russian bots and a fake account.
The software also allowed for pursuing aggressive strategies in discussions on social media, according to the Washington Post.
The software is said to be a new weapon for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, who is hoping to win the election.
According to SputnikNews: Moreover, 43 party members, called battle station organizers, had been sent to the most competitive US regions to promote pro-Democratic views and attack Republicans on local social media, according to the outlet.
The upcoming elections will be held in the middle of US Republican President Donald Trump's term in November.
During the vote, US nationals will elect all 435 members of the House of Representatives and a third of the Senate.
Since the 2016 US presidential election, the United States has been accusing Russia of interference in its internal affairs, particularly through social media.
Russia has repeatedly dismissed these claims as unfounded, adding that meddling in other country’s domestic affairs contradicted its foreign policy.
The assault on free speech
Following the assault on free speech where radio host Alex Jones and his flagship site Infowars was permanently banned from Facebook, iTunes, Youtube, and Spotify - this could signal a deep state plan to steal the election through a false flag.
The sudden de-platforming of Alex Jones is an obvious coordinated collusion to remove President Donald Trump from office.
As violence is escalated across America by radical left groups like Antifa, the tech giants are increasing their censorship actions to silence all independent voices questioning the official narrative.