Cameron Harris in his home office in Annapolis, Md., Jan. 16, 2017. Harris created a fake story about an electrical worker who stumbled upon stacked boxes of ballots pre-marked for Hillary Clinton. It was eventually shared with six million people, according to CrowdTangle, which tracks web audiences.
Cameron Harris in his home office in Annapolis, Md., Jan. 16, 2017. Harris created a fake story about an electrical worker who stumbled upon stacked boxes of ballots pre-marked for Hillary Clinton. It was eventually shared with six million people, according to CrowdTangle, which tracks web audiences. GABRIELLA DEMCZUK NYT
Cameron Harris in his home office in Annapolis, Md., Jan. 16, 2017. Harris created a fake story about an electrical worker who stumbled upon stacked boxes of ballots pre-marked for Hillary Clinton. It was eventually shared with six million people, according to CrowdTangle, which tracks web audiences. GABRIELLA DEMCZUK NYT

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