It turns out that vile creator of fake news spreading viral headlines across Facebook accusing Hillary of all sorts of nasty business was not some alt-right underground operation, it was the handiwork of a Democrat living in California.
Jestin Coler and his company Disinformedia created the fake news site “The Denver Guardian” and such classic hits as “FBI AGENT SUSPECTED IN HILLARY EMAIL LEAKS FOUND DEAD IN APPARENT MURDER-SUICIDE.”
Coler claims he created the company four years ago to expose the “alt-right,” a movement we only learned about a couple of months ago.
He says the site wasn’t about making money, then admits that it was about making money.
Continuing to talk out of both sides of his mouth, Coler says he doesn’t care for Hillary and that she was a poor candidate, but somehow thought spreading false stories about her for money would help win the campaign.
The whole idea from the start was to build a site that could infiltrate the echo chambers of the alt-right, publish blatantly false or fictional stories and then be able to publically denounce those stories and point out the fact that they were fiction.
Coler’s excuses for creating the site sound about as fake as the stories he manufactured. It didn’t work out so well that for Hillary, but Coler raked in tens of thousands of dollars a month.