Stories about the Russia-Ukraine propaganda have been spreading all over the internet since the conflict between the two countries started.
This has been going way too much… I mean, I haven’t seen this much propaganda floating around since the early days of COVID spreading fake china fear showing videos of people dropping dead in the streets all over the news and internet that resulted in the shutdown of the US economy.
And just recently another GOP politician spreading new Ukraine propaganda, this time Dan Crenshaw authored one Twitter post as he shared a phony story of Ukraine propaganda.
The four Twitter posts about the propaganda stories that Dan shared have either been debunked or are very questionable and suspected to be fake.
This is what Dan posted:
Snake Island says go f yourself. Ghost of Kyiv kills 5 Russian jets by himself. Woman passes out sunflower seeds to Russians so they’ll “grow flowers when they die.” 25 y/o woman says she’ll make Molotov cocktails this weekend. Ukrainians are fighters. Putin can go to hell.
But the thing about the Ghost of Kyiv story is a story from a video game. I’m if everyone is aware of this.
Aside from Dan, Adam Kinzinger also spread this propaganda story.
Adam Kinzinger Gets Punked – Falls for Infamous Internet Meme ‘Sam Hyde’ in ‘Ghost of Kyiv’ Tweet ‘Ghost of Kiev’ is a spoof. The story that a fighter pilot in Ukraine had shot down six Russian fighters was not accurate. It was built around a video game. pic.twitter.com/NVAqfrEN44
— AMERICAN GHOSTRIDER -LET’S GO BRANDON! (@AMERICANGHOSTR1) February 27, 2022
The Snake Island story was debunked claim.
SNAKE ISLAND STORY WAS FAKE!
Why did President Zelenskyy make it up? pic.twitter.com/SH47XeDgaD
— An0maly (@LegendaryEnergy) February 28, 2022
Another example of Ukrainian misinformation: George Weigel, a fellow at Washington’s Ethics and Public Policy Center. Weigel was a booster for the Iraq war. Now he’s doing it again, this time pointing to the fake Snake Island story.
This stuff is designed to get us into a war. pic.twitter.com/aO65sV5JA7
— Pedro L. Gonzalez (@emeriticus) February 28, 2022
People online are saying that the “sunflower seed” story is fake and that no one can also confirm if the video and so-called transcript are real.
It sounds very fake.
Not sure who Dan is referring to in regards to the 25-year-old woman, but there was a story Breitbart posted about a model holding a gun, ready to “fight” for Ukraine and she confirmed that it was actually a modeling picture and she doesn’t know how to shoot a gun.
Watch it here: The Quartering/Youtube
Here’s a screenshot of Dan’s tweet:
Below are the thoughts from people online:
“Our leaders are liars and fools.”
“And much of this has been debunked or proven inaccurate…. So congrats on being part of the propaganda machine…. Full of misinformation!”
“Each one a lie, agitprop, hoax, fake.”
“Our @GOP “leaders” are so fu**ing embarrassing.”
“Bro, I see you worrying waaaaaay more about other countries than your own. Why is that?”
“Holy sh*t this guy is such an embarrassing ass-clown…”
“all fake just like you you snake!”
“Warmonger pushing propaganda”
“Everything TX Rep Dan Crenshaw said below has now been debunked as fake news. What remains true – Dan Crenshaw is a 2015 graduate of Klaus Schwab’s Davos World Economic Forum, in company of sons of Soros and Rothschild.”
“We are witnessing the biggest public IQ test in history. This clown and many others are failing it. Regurgitating this obvious propaganda should be disqualifying.”
“Dan is a warmongering POS rino who spreads proven fake war stories lol Dude is special, can’t wait for him to be primaried”
“All fake. An embarrassment to your state and country.”
“Dan is just as legit as all of these stories out of Ukraine”
To think that this kind of propaganda came from a US lawmaker’s mouth is shameful to hear. I am not saying that we should support Putin but you should be able to ask yourself if why is there so much Ukrainian propaganda?
Globalist always has their reasons and purpose for what they do. Many people believe this type of propaganda is being used to set up “war” down the road.
Source: Wayne Dupree