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Cambridge Analytica Whistleblower Finds Fault With William Barr’s Russia Conclusion



While the public does not yet know what is in Robert Mueller’s report, Attorney General, William Barr, has given his interpretation. Barr has found that there is no evidence that proves Donald Trump colluded with Russia.

OXFORDSHIRE, ENGLAND – NOVEMBER 29: Christopher Wylie holds a Q&A with press during #BoFVOICES on November 29, 2018 in Oxfordshire, England. (Photo by Samir Hussein/Getty Images for The Business of Fashion)

Few people are more versed on Russian espionage than Christopher Wylie, who worked for Cambridge Analytica. And Wylie has found reason to find fault with Barr’s apparent exoneration of Trump and his staff.

Wylie tweeted late last night, “Whatever this report says, here’s what I know: when I was at Cambridge Analytica, the company hired known Russian agents, had data researchers in St Petersburg, tested US voter opinion on Putin’s leadership, and hired hackers from Russia – all while Bannon was in charge.”

As the former Director of Research for Cambridge Analytica, Wylie became intimately aware of how mined information could be used to impact elections. Wylie became a whistleblower in March of 2018, explaining to The Guardian how Steve Bannon and others utilized his firm’s services.

He told Carole Cadwalladr, “I made Steve Bannon’s psychological warfare tool.” The company had mined Facebook to create over 230 million profiles of the American electorate. Wylie also spoke of relationships with Republican mega-donors Robert and Rebekah Mercer.

Bannon left the White House in August of 2017 after a number of disagreements with the president. He has spent the last two years supporting far-right candidates throughout Europe.

The White House has been quick to paint William Barr’s letter as a complete exoneration of the president. Lawmakers on the left, however, are requesting the opportunity to see Mueller’s report before making any kind of determination.



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