Another day, another biased hit piece on the #WalkAway Campaign. Today’s edition comes from the George Soros funded Media Matters For America. Media Matters decided once again to try and push the previously debunked “Russian Bot” narrative. So we decided to have a little fun and run a quick audit on the official MediaMatters.Org Twitter handle and see who is really using “Bots” to artificially inflate their relevance.
While most well known Twitter accounts have some fake accounts or Bot followers, the WalkAway Campaign’s Twitter following boasts one of the lowest percentages of Bot followers on Twitter with less than 2%. Here are just a few of the left’s most egregious cases of personalties using Bots to artificially inflate their numbers.
While not scientific, we used the most credible tool available twitteraudit. Since it would be available to ANY journalist who bothered to look for it. Twitter Audit has been used by NewsWeek, Cnet, ADWEEK, and Metro.co.uk to help users find their fake followers.
Again, we get it. The Leftist media is struggling to regain their credibility and Media Matters specifically needs stories like this to keep the donations from the radical left rolling in, and keep its readers coming back.
The #WalkAway Campaign is an authentic threat to the left’s existence. The People are literally walking away from the lies, deceit, and bias pushed by websites like Mediamatters.Org.
Media may matter for America, but so does the truth. #WalkAway™ March It’s time for the Silent Majority to become unsilent. Join us in DC this October 26-28th. File This Under #FakeNews – Media Matters – On the October 2 edition of Fox & Friends, co-host Ainsley Earhardt interviewed Brandon Straka, the supposed founder of the #WalkAway campaign, which encourages voters to “walk away” from the Democratic Party. During the appearance, Straka complained of an apparent “dishonesty” within the “liberal media,” promoting his hashtag, website, and an upcoming “march on Washington” in the process. Straka’s “movement” is really an astroturfed social media campaign that has been amplified by both Infowars and Russian bots. Since early July, when the hashtag began to trend on Twitter, Straka himself has appeared on multiple Infowars shows to promote his so-called movement, and an analysis of the hashtag on Twitter found it to be a “psychological operation” aimed at shaping conversations in cable news segments, such as his appearance on Fox & Friends. According to multiple analyses, the hashtag’s spread was largely driven by non-human activity, and accounts that tweeted in support of the “movement” had used pro-Trump hashtags such as #maga, #fakenews, and #qanon before they “walked away” from the Democratic Party. Moreover, according to Snopes, the campaign’s supporters have promoted the hashtag with misleading stock photos of people who had supposedly “walked away” from the Democratic Party, though Straka claims the photos were not actually created by the campaign itself.
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