Matt Taibbi Calls on Twitter to Ban Hillary Clinton for Spreading ‘Lies’ on Platform

Veteran journalist Matt Taibbi has called on Twitter to ban Hillary Clinton for using the platform to spread “lies” and “bogus news stories.”

Taibbi was a darling of the Left but they turned against him when he refused to go along with the anti-Trump Russia Hoax.

He was no longer booked on MSNBC, CNN, and other leftist networks after he publicly stated that he smelled a rat early on.

Taibbi was himself even smeared as a Russian agent in an effort to scare him into backing off.

He is now speaking out again after Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager admitted under oath Hillary Clinton personally approved the Russia Hoax and ordered it to be spread in the media.

As Special Counsel John Durham continues to uncover evidence proving the Clinton campaign was behind the hoax, Taibbi is calling for Hillary to be booted off Twitter and/or face other serious consequences.

He lays out his case against Clinton on Substack.

“Last week, in the trial of former Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann, prosecutor Andrew DeFilippis asked ex-campaign manager Robby Mook about the decision to share with a reporter a bogus story about Donald Trump and Russia’s Alfa Bank,” he writes.

“Mook answered by giving up his onetime boss. ‘I discussed it with Hillary,’ he said, describing his pitch to the candidate: ‘Hey, you know, we have this, and we want to share it with a reporter… She agreed to that.’

“In a country with a functioning media system, this would have been a huge story,” he said.

“Obviously this isn’t Watergate, Hillary Clinton was never president, and Sussmann’s trial doesn’t equate to prosecutions of people like Chuck Colson or Gordon Liddy.

“But as we’ve slowly been learning for years, a massive fraud was perpetrated on the public with Russiagate, and Mook’s testimony added a substantial piece of the picture, implicating one of the country’s most prominent politicians in one of the more ambitious disinformation campaigns we’ve seen.

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“There are two reasons the Clinton story isn’t a bigger one in the public consciousness.

“One is admitting the enormity of what took place would require system-wide admissions by the FBI, the CIA, and, as Matt Orfalea’s damning video above shows, virtually every major news media organization in America.”

Taibbi then goes into detail about Hillary’s actions before writing:

“[DOJ IG Michael] Horowitz’s revelations should have ended the careers of at least a dozen prominent journalists, inspired mass resignations within the FBI, and left the Clinton campaign facing an avalanche of official questions and sanctions.

“Though few of those things happened, the report did effectively kill Russiagate as a day-to-day media phenomenon, even among those ‘who want Donald Trump to go away,’ as Times editor Dean Baquet famously put it.

“The new revelation by Mook about Alfa, that ‘I discussed it with Hillary’ and ‘she agreed to that,’ is significant because it shows the candidate was directly involved with the deception.

“This knowledge makes the campaign’s public statements about collusion stories from that early period look far worse, and they already looked bad.

“It’s unconscionable that Jake Sullivan has been allowed to remain in high office given his demonstrated role in perpetrating this public fraud, and though I never like to say any colleague should lose a job, anyone in media who printed this transparent political concoction is either too stupid or too dishonest to work in journalism.

“I’m not a fan of throwing people off Twitter, but how can knowingly launching thousands of bogus news stories across a period of years, leading millions of people to believe lies and expect news that never arrived, not qualify as causing ‘widespread confusion on public issues’?

“Hillary Clinton was falsely accused many times earlier in her career,” he writes.

“This time she’s guilty. It’s not society’s fault there’s no legal name for the offense she and her campaign committed.

“It was serious, and there should be serious consequences.”

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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