The word of the day is “deflection”


[dih-flek-shuh n]

The act or state of deflecting or the state of being deflected.

In politics, the act of pushing an alternative narrative to take the focus off of one’s own failures, mistakes or misdeeds by accusing another of similar failures, mistakes or misdeeds.

On December 8, 2016, Georgia’s Secretary of state presented credible evidence that President Obama’s Department of Homeland Security attempted to breach the state of Georgia’s voter data base.

The United States government has not yet responded to the state of Georgia’s hacking accusation; however, within 24 hours of the accusation, President Obama’s administration released details of a closed door meeting which contained details of Russia’s hacking of  Democrats emails and releasing them.



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