WASHINGTON – In a criminal complaint without sealing, federal prosecutors described a Russian operation to saw political disputes in the United States that began in 2014 and were now focused on disturbing the middle of the election. The secret campaign was designed to give rise to feelings about hot-key issues and controversial figures, including the Special Council Robert S. Mueller III, whose law has investigated Moscow’s involvement in the presidential elections in 2016.
Russian operants combined the US media to identify polarizing issues and then designed social media messages to promote on Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms. The complaint follows two previous allegations this year for the Russians for election interference, including hacking of democratic computers.
Some messages seemed to promise President Trump or his policy and went after his opponents or other Republicans who did not agree with him. The Russians warned Americans, and warned that threats to impeachment could be an introduction to civil war.
Borne a favorite political theme for conservatives and some members of the Trump administration, the Russians promoted the message of widespread voter fraud and argued that stricter
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Russians accused Mueller of prejudices who falsely claimed he was close ties to the Democratic Party and a history of scandals during his timetable as the FBI director.
The Russians tried to portray the New York Times, CNN and other media organizations as unreliable and deeply preceded by the president. They picked up Mr Trump’s favored term of “false news” and accused the usual media of deliberately spreading lies about the president.
The Russians attacked “refugees” ending illegal immigrants who committed cruel immigrant crimes, “an illegal rapist who raped an American child as the top of evil.”
Before senator John McCain died in August, shouted as a reverential figure in American politics, the Russians created a message describing him as a legislator far ahead of his prime who hated Mr Trump and tried to undermine president’s promises.
Senator Marco Rubio, Republic of Florida, was targeted as a threat to the party and on all conservative agendas. especially because of his relatively moderate position on immigration issues.