If Alexei Navalny’s condition was caused by poisoning from Novichok, the people accompanying him would have to suffer the same symptoms. According to the chief toxicologist who first treated Navalny in Omsk hospital in Siberia, his situation was triggered by an “internal activation mechanism”. Novichok is an organophosphate compound and because of its high toxicity, it is not possible to poison just one person.
An analysis of 56 leading French media, shows a massive mainstream conspiracy based on a hatred of Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump. 98% of the French press have republished, without checking, a certain number of statements relating to the Russia-Gate thesis. And when this thesis of Russian meddling has been torn to pieces by the various reports and the various American studies, many French mainstream journalists have refrained from admitting their mistake. Some even consider that a collusion has always been established when it wasn’t the case. There is Russophobia among some journalists because they need an enemy. The dominant oligarchic class inside the EU needs a devil at the gates of Europe. Moreover, countries like Russia and China do not accept a new world order dominated by imperialist powers.
Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative denying Russian meddling in elections and calling any attempt to denounce them as Russophobia and conspiracy theories. Extensive evidence confirms that Russia did meddle in the 2016 US presidential elections, specifically aiming to damage Hillary Clinton's campaign and aid Republican candidate Donald Trump. In the US, 126 millions of users were reached by Russian operatives, 29 millions from them have seen the content "directly". Robert Mueller's investigation concluded that Russia did interfere in the 2016 election. Robert Mueller’s report maintains that “the investigation did not establish that members of the Trump Campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities”. Nevertheless, it states that Russian interference activities did take place. The 448-page Mueller report issued in March 2019 (see here) contains copious detail about how Russia interfered in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, both by using social media to influence American voters with disinformation and by hacking into the Clinton campaign’s computers. A previous (2017) report prepared by the US Intelligence Community analysed the motivation and scope of the Kremlin's intentions for the US election and the Kremlin's use of cyber tools and media campaigns to influence US public opinion. As concluded earlier by the US intelligence community and by Mueller’s own inquiry “the investigation established that the Russian government perceived it would benefit from a Trump presidency and worked to secure that outcome, and that the Campaign expected it would benefit electorally from information stolen and released through Russian efforts”. See similar cases claiming that Robert Mueller failed to find anything that would incriminate the US president, Charges of Russian meddling in US elections collapsed after release of Mueller report, Russiagate never had any real basis and Russiagate is a hoax .