Well, I suppose we here at NOW THE END BEGINS should be honored to be included in such prestigious company as the Drudge Report, WikiLeaks, Zero Hedge and others in a scathing article by the Washington Post. The Post insinuates that Donald Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton was so shocking that it could only have come about via a massive conspiracy between alternative news media sites like NTEB. They base their ridiculous assumption on a list created by a group called PropOrNot, a “nonpartisan collection of researchers with foreign policy, military and technology backgrounds.”
Our friends over at Zero Hedge note that “The desperate flailing of a mainstream-media struggling through the five stages of grief continues as no lesser unbiased foundation of the fourth estate than The Washington Post pushes ahead with its “fake news, blame the Russians” narrative for why their candidate failed so miserably. Citing “two teams of independent researchers” (who surely have a substantial libel litigation provision) who found “Russia’s increasingly sophisticated propaganda machinery… echoed and amplified right-wing sites across the Internet as they portrayed Clinton as a criminal,” the Jeff Bezos-owned website names Drudge, Zero Hedge, and The Ron Paul Institute and countless other outlets among the “useful idiots” that true American patriots should be wary of.”
The Washington Post’s article seems to be a desperate attempt to take legitimate issues like Hillary Clinton’s failing health, the use of paid agitators at Trump rallies by Hillary Clinton SuperPACS, the collusion between the DNC and the liberal media, and a host of others to cast aspersions and de-legitimize sites like this one who dare to report on them.
The Post says that “PropOrNot’s monitoring report, which was provided to The Washington Post in advance of its public release, identifies more than 200 websites as routine peddlers of Russian propaganda during the election season, with combined audiences of at least 15 million Americans. On Facebook, PropOrNot estimates that stories planted or promoted by the disinformation campaign were viewed more than 213 million times.”
— Ron Paul (@RonPaul) November 26, 2016
Now here’s the interesting part: When you take a visit to the official propornot.com site, it looks like it was made by one of Hillary’s Starbucks-drinking basement dwellers at their mom’s house. Not only that, they appear to have no organic traffic flow at all. Amazon’s own monitoring site Alexa.com ranks their visibility at 4,570,630, the same type of numbers that someone who made a personal blog about their pet hamster and launched it yesterday might have.
QUESTION: Why would a “prestigious newspaper” like the Washington Post, founded in 1877 in our nation’s Capital, do a front-page story on information taken from a “list” on a completely uncredible site like propornot.com? How would such a poorly-designed, miserable little site like that attract such mainstream attention?
ANSWER: Because I would bet $100 bucks right now that if you were to dig just a tad below the surface where all the slimy creatures live, you will find the king of slime George Soros footing the bill for propornot.com. Just like he paid for sites like moveon.org, snopes.com, blacklivesmatter.com, and the opensocietyfoundations.org.
NTEB did an article a few days ago, exposing the real producers of ‘fake news‘ – CNN, NBC, ABC, CBS, MSNBC, and of course the Washington Post. Bezos and the failing Washington Post are infuriated that the American people rejected a Hillary Clinton presidency, and will now work tirelessly to throw mud on everyone who supported Donald Trump like NTEB, Drudge, Zero Hedge, and all the rest.
To which we say to these crybaby, liberal, election losers – bring it.