By now you’ve likely heard about the explosive report published by BuzzFeed that contained “leaked” “intelligence” about President-elect Donald Trump engaging in some rather disturbing activities, but it turns out that it’s all a prank from Internet trolls.
The documents contained in the BuzzFeed report are unverified, and they allege that Trump hired prostitutes to urinate on a bed in a Russian hotel that Obama once slept in because Trump hates Obama so much. The documents also make that claim the Kremlin holds sexual blackmail material on Trump, which they would ostensibly use to control him during his tenure in the White House.
The explosive charges haven’t been confirmed and aren’t even believable, yet CNN, BuzzFeed and Cosmopolitan all ran with them anyway, likely because of their blind hatred for the incoming president. But as it turns out, the entire story was merely a scam from a 4chan user attempting to troll the anti-Trump crowd, and they were wildly successful.
More from the Gateway Pundit:
According to 4Chan these documents were created by a 4Chan user and sent to anti-Trumper Rick Wilson knowing he would act on this tip:
4Chan discussed this tonight:
** Political hacks emailed documents to #NeverTrump jackass Rick Wilson about Trump making people piss on a bed.
** Rick Wilson thought it was real and gave it to leftists at the CIA
** The CIA of the USA put this in their official classified intelligence report on Russian involvement in the US election
** Donald Trump and Obama were both given private sessions with the CIA to discuss this.
** The CIA concluded that the Russians plan to blackmail Trump with this story we made up
That’s not all. As proof that the hoax originated on 4chan, users linked to a November 1 post in which an anonymous user said that “they” added a “Russian spy angle” to the information he passed along to Rick Wilson.
So they took what I told Rick Wilson and added a Russian spy angle to it.
They still believe it. Guys, they’re truly fucking desperate – there’s no remaining Trump scandal that’s credible.
The Gateway Pundit also noted that the classification markings on the documents don’t match those used by U.S. or British intelligence services. Wikileaks, who was responsible for leaking thousands of emails from the DNC and Hillary Clinton’s campaign chair, also weighed in on the matter and noted that the “style, facts & dates show no credibility,” and they would know, after all.
35 page PDF published by Buzzfeed on Trump is not an intelligence report. Style, facts & dates show no credibility.https://t.co/twa8pJMMtP
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) January 11, 2017
So as it turns out, once again the liberal media, willing to do anything to discredit or defame Trump, has been caught in a massive lie. Or as they like to say, they were publishing “fake news.”