Even Children Can See through Nigel Farage's Fraudulence

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Even Children Can See through Nigel Farage's Fraudulence

The Kremlin is notorious for using cut-outs like hacker collectives Fancy Bear and Cozy Bear, which are far enough away from the FSB so as to maintain plausible deniability in the event that an operation goes south. This such operation on Vladimir Putin’s favorite TV network—Russia Today—used another inexperienced intermediary which lead to a result that ended in ignominious fashion.

As far as I’m concerned, this child should be the next leader of the Labour Party, also known as the Democrats’ similarly incompetent British siblings. Downton Abbey Donald Trump got dunked on by a kid who speaks slightly less coherent English than he does, and the world is now a better place than it was a few hours ago. When I grow up, I want to be this little girl, rejecting the Kremlin propaganda forced upon her, exposing the widespread fraudulence for all to see.

Jacob Weindling is Paste’s business and media editor, as well as a staff writer for politics. Follow him on Twitter at @Jakeweindling.

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