The Astounding Saga of Hamilton 68 illustrates the scope of America’s institutional rot. Thanks to Matt Taibbi’s most recent contribution to ‘The Twitter Wars’, we can now see how far this rot has spread.
Hamilton 68 is a project of the Alliance for Securing Democracy, a joint effort of the German Marshall Fund and the US-based think tank the Center for European Policy Analysis. It is designed to track the activities of Russian-linked Twitter accounts in the United States. The project monitors 600 Twitter accounts, which are believed to be associated with Russian influence campaigns.
The project has revealed the extent of Russia’s influence on American politics. It has shown how Russian-linked accounts have sought to influence the US election by spreading false information and attempting to discredit political opponents. It has also revealed the extent to which Russia has sought to influence public opinion through social media.
Taibbi’s article shows how Hamilton 68 has revealed the scope of America’s institutional rot. It shows how Russian-linked accounts have been able to manipulate public opinion, and how the US government has failed to take effective action to counter this influence. It also shows how the US government has failed to protect its citizens from foreign interference.
The article also highlights the dangers of allowing foreign influence to go unchecked. It shows how foreign actors can manipulate public opinion and sow discord in American society. It also shows how foreign influence can be used to undermine democracy and undermine the rule of law.
The article serves as a warning to the US government to take action to counter foreign influence. It also serves as a reminder of the importance of protecting the integrity of American democracy and the rule of law. The Astounding Saga of Hamilton 68 illustrates the scope of America’s institutional rot, and it is a reminder of the need for action to protect our democracy and our citizens.