Current Neocon rule: Be honest about "Ukrainian" hacking while continuing to censor truth regarding Russia

When it appears on the surface to be a Ukrainian node, they publish this:

Dan Wallach, a computer science professor at Rice University, notes that the internet is a "messy place" with a lot of background traffic, and it would be difficult to find its origin because attackers are very good at hiding their location.

"What attackers will do is, they'll break into other computers and then launch their attacks from there," he said.

When it appears on the surface to be a Russian node, which mainstream-US-corporate-media outlet doesn't conveniently leave that sort of detailed info out? It's called deception by omission: false propaganda. Have you fallen for it? Have you supported it? Is so, repent.

"Evidence Ukraine computer involved in Tennessee elections attack."

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