In recent days, numerous “blue check mark” elites on Twitter began spreading a lie that a group of Ukrainian border guards stationed on Snake Island in the Black Sea south of Odessa told a Russian warship to “go f*** yourself”. The Russian warship supposedly then killed all 13 Ukrainian soldiers. The truth is, there were actually 82 Ukrainian soldiers at Snake Island who all surrendered to the Russian warship and all 82 soldiers were taken to Crimea and given food and water by the Russian troops.
In recent days, there have been numerous fake reports of Ukraine’s Capital Kyiv being under attack. The media backs up these fake reports by showing pictures and video footage of Israeli airstrikes that previously took place years ago in Gaza. The official government ‘Defence of Ukraine’ Twitter account tweeted a video this weekend showing a Ukrainian MiG-29 fighter jet shooting down an “unimpressive” Su-35 Russian fighter jet. Even Reuters fact checkers had to admit that Ukraine posted a video from the video game “Digital Combat Simulator”. Reuters covered for Ukraine’s deception by calling it a “miscaptioning” that was done unintentionally. Adding to their purposeful deception…
Ukraine later claimed to shoot down not just one Russian fighter jet, but six Russian fighter jets! In fact, all six were shot down by the same pilot dubbed the ‘The Ghost of Kyiv’. Ukrainian political analysts began to tweet photos of the hero Ukrainian fighter jet pilot. Some of them tweeted that his real name is actually ‘Kyiv Phantom’. Apparently, nobody in the mainstream media knows how to do a reverse image search. The picture they were spreading was originally posted to an Internet forum three years ago. It wasn’t even a real pilot. It showed a person who was modeling Ukraine’s new fighter jet uniforms. Even more embarrassing, other members of the media got tricked into posting a photo of the “Ukrainian Ace-Fighter Pilot” whose real name was said to be Samuyil Hyde. Unfortunately for them, Sam Hyde is a comedian (just like Ukraine’s President) who goes viral during every mass shooting. The media always gets tricked into reporting that the mass shooting suspect is Sam Hyde proving repeatedly how the media doesn’t do the most basic research to verify the facts before reporting a news story.
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