Russian hacking narrative debunked, CIA torture settlement, Burger King arming amputees

A group founded in 2003 to question the WMD narrative from which our consent was manufactured to attack Iraq, has re-emerged to question the Russian hacking narrative that politicians and media pundits have hammered into our brains since the election. Psychologists behind the CIA’s ‘enhanced interrogation’ program have settled out of court with three torture victims defended by the ACLU. After discounting their heart-stopping Stacker Burger for one day, Burger King gave 50% of that day’s profits to a startup making 3D prosthetic arms. It’s ironic, because fast food increases the chance of amputation.

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