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The Obama administration should not have attempted to misuse its instruments of state to stop criticism of its ruling party candidate.
originally posted by: jadedANDcynical
Heard Podesta was in London today. Kerry was just there, wikileaks tweets going round the twist.
There's some deep state ish going on right now, pieces are moving that have been kept in reserve.
I downloaded all of wikileak's tweets into a database and have been running some stylometric analysis on the data. What I have found is deeply upsetting.
There is a detectable change in writing style in the tweets beginning after a particular October 16 tweet. Compared to old wikileaks, "new" wikileaks:
>makes significantly more spelling/grammatical errors than old wikileaks (ex. "pricipally" instead of "principally")
>uses significantly more hashtags and writes shorter messages than old wikileaks
>has noticeably different formatting (ex. spaces between certain tokens that weren't there before, periods missing from sentences, etc.)
>has a less rich vocabulary (using a random sample of 20 tweets from each group, "new" wikileaks used 36% less unique words)
>uses a narrative writing style as opposed to old wikileak's expository writing style (i.e. told in a story format rather than a facts-and-figures format)
Here's where the real plan kicks in: in the coming weeks, "new" wikileaks will release several batches of fabricated emails. It will not be immediately obvious that these documents were fabricated, but the liberal media will soon find out. When they do, they will relentlessly broadcast their discovery across the nation. This will destroy the credibility of wikileaks and allow the undecideds to wave off any damaging evidence against Clinton as mere "conspiracy theories."
You have been warned.