The logo of the Tyndall Report Web site, the source of the statistics for the media coverage of the alleged DNC hack.


While researching what I hope will be the last part of this section of our look at the 2016 Presidential Election, which is still going on in Congress, the media, the Department of Justice, the FBI, and Mueller's office, just to make it even more bizarre, we found the Tyndall Web site and decided that the statistics might be just as applicable to one of the observations made in Part 3 about the timeline of the alleged DNC hack. When Crowdstirke ended its strange engagement of Incident Response at the DNC, on June 12, 2016, when Crowdstrike finally contained the alleged hackers from stealing anymore data, and the day before the DNC executives and Crowdstrike representatives gave the exclusive story to Ellen Nakashima of the Washington Post, the Orlando Pulse Nightclub alleged mass shooting took place. The Pulse story dominated the news, if we all recall the event. The Tyndall Report statistics will show that this was abundantly true. Not only that, but we will also see that the previous analysis that the media did not know about the DNC emails being given to Julian Assange of Wikileaks until Wikileaks published them on July 22, 2016 is also true.

The paucity of follow-up and independent investigations by the media of the theft of the DNC emails will also be readily apparent by studying the tables from the Tyndall Web site which are re-presented below in screen captures. Links will be made available for the reader to use Tyndall's Web site on their own for further research. Apparently, the media refuses to do any in-depth investigations of much of anything, so citizens are more or less on their own in finding out what is actually happening in regards to such events. Media coverage is thin and shallow, with actual reporting being replaced with faux outrage about their "analyses," which have no support that is made available to the reader or viewer of the information. It is mostly propaganda in support of a given "narrative."



This is a screen capture of the 2016 coverage of the alleged DNC hack from June 14, 2016 to July 26, 2016 taken from the Tyndall database report

This chart displays all the stories presented by ABC, CBS, and NBC for the alleged DNC hack. Note that reporting stopped on June 16, 2016, and only resumed on July 25th, three days after the Wikileaks pubication on July 22, 2016. The story originated in Philadelphia as the Democratic National Convention was held there. Note the theft from the Clinton Foundation, allegedly by Russians. We didn't hear much more about that, did we? Also note the two stories from June 14, 2016, the day Ellen Nakashima's article was published in the Washington Post. Both stories, by ABC and NBC cite that only the Democrats' opposition research about Trump was stolen. No emails are mentioned as they are drawing from Ellen Nakashima's exclusive story.


This is the screencapture of the Tyndall database report of the June 14, 2016 newscasts on ABC, CBS, and NBC. Note there is only one about the hack. Most of the day's coverage is about Orlando Pulse. There is another story by ABC's Cecilia Vega which is included above, but got squeezed out by all of the Orlando Pulse alleged mass shooting stories.


Tyndall screencapture of June 14, 2016 coverage.


These screencaps readily prove that my major analyses of media coverage of the alleged DNC hack were both correct:

1. The Orlando Pulse Nightclub alleged shooting negated in-depth reporting of the alleged DNC hack.

2. Most Mainstream media coverage depended on the content of the Washington Post's exclusive story.

3. The media did not know that Wikileaks had the DNC emails until after they were published, which is another sign of thin, superficial reporting by the media.





There is only a link to the Tyndall Report Web site below.