Disinfo: Clinton and Biden are preparing a coup d’etat in the United States


Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden are preparing a coup d’etat in the United States.


Here we are talking about the forceful elimination of political opponents, as well as members of their families and ordinary supporters of the Republican Party, who will not accept usurpation of power by Clinton. The coup will be covered up with another portion of anti-Russian rhetoric, and hatred towards supporters of Trump. Ukrainian scenario might repeat already not in Kyiv, but in Washington. 

Group of “unknown snipers” to create a “democratic heavenly hundred” will be easily found by the American directors of color revolutions, that is not a problem. — The electoral drama may turn into a real bloody tragedy.


No evidence given of any coup preparations. Conspiracy theory about the upcoming US presidential elections using a recurring method of drawing parallels between Ukraine, Euromaidan, and the US 2020 elections.

Democratic candidate for US president, Joe Biden, warned of potential efforts by China and Russia to disrupt the November election.

Biden warned that if Russia continued to interfere there would be “a real price to pay” if he wins the November election against Republican President Donald Trump. 

Disinformation followed these statements.

Read the similar case: Civil war is possible in the USA, Biden is already talking about a coup.


  • Reported in: Issue 206
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 19/07/2020
  • Language/target audience: Russian
  • Country: Russia, US
  • Keywords: US Presidential Election 2020, Anti-Russian, Joe Biden, Coup, Elections


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