(PresidentialHill.com)- According to reports, the “Good Information Foundation,” a project run by a senior Obama adviser, paid social media influencers to publish fake information about President Donald Trump and January 6th on the TikTok app, owned by the Chinese Communist Party. The Idiotic misinformation included claiming that the Trump team allegedly “paid millions” for the 2021 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Preston Moore, a legal influencer, revealed the foundation’s efforts to disseminate false information regarding the events that took place on January 6th and the planning and aftermath in a video released to the CCP-linked TikTok.
Rick Stengel, a former Time magazine editor, current MSNBC contributor, and the Obama White House employee, has applauded American propaganda and heads the organization behind the evil, CCP-linked endeavor.
Moore received a message from a representative of the Good Information Foundation asking for a compensated partnership on a TikTok video regarding January 6th. Moore has over 80,000 followers. Moore would submit a 15 to 60-second video in which he would be obliged to refer to Trump and the January 6th events using specific terms in exchange for $400.
According to correspondence between Moore and the foundation that Moore has made public, he was compelled to use terms like “criminal conspiracy,” “Trump Republicans,” and “MAGA Republicans.”
As part of a larger effort to “demonstrate voter agency” and “transform the anger into defiance,” Moore was advised to refrain from using phrases like “attempted coup” and instead to “make clear that this is ongoing and unresolved.”
Moore and probably other users also received talking points from the foundation, such as “the Trump campaign paid millions of dollars to make January 6th happen.”
Moore, who states in his video that he is not a fan of Trump, emailed the Good Information Foundation to ask about the proof for the allegation mentioned above, but the organization rejected his inquiry.
The Good Information Foundation is a left-wing group that seeks to disseminate crafted narratives while posing as the source. Director Rick Stengel served as Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs from 2014 to 2016. The $65 million initiative was started by Democratic strategist Tara McGowan, who worked on Hillary Clinton’s failed 2016 presidential campaign.