[VIDEO] MSNBC experts have mistaken old video games for footage of the Ukraine war
Many feel that the war in Ukraine seems to be coming to an end… and you can’t blame them.
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Propaganda level chart between Russia and Ukraine is closed.
You would expect a lot of publicity from Russia, they are known for it… but we see so much more from Ukraine, you can’t believe what you see or hear, because after a few hours, it’s debunked.
At times, you just think that if these two fight each other, it’s not just the shift players, and we should stay away from it.
People are also skeptical of the billions we are shaking there – especially when so many Americans are suffering at home here.
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This leads to a lot of conspiracy theories that a “war” is not really going on.
Many people think that this is a big money laundering scheme.
And what happened to an MSNBC “war expert” doesn’t help …
Their so-called “war experts” mistakenly “kicked” their butt in the air in a now-deleted tweet mistaking a decade-old video game for footage of the Russian war.
The Post Millennial reports that on Monday, retired four-star general and MSNBC “military analyst” Barry R. McCaffrey posted a clip of the video game footage on Twitter He also claimed that it was a demonstration of strength from Ukraine’s air defense. This is actually footage of a video game.
The clip in question comes from YouTube’s “Shorts” section and is titled “Russian MiG-29’s Get Shot Down by Air Defense System | Arma 3 #Shorts #Airdefense # Arma3.”
ARMA is an open world military tactical shooter game for PC, released on September 3, 2013.
The video captures two in-game jets being shot down by an air defense system placed on the ground. McCaffrey’s tweet was deleted at one point after Conservative scholar Benny Johnson pointed out the obvious mistake on Twitter.
MSNBC’s “Military Analyst” is posting fake war videos from a video game
Why are left-wing corporate media allowed to spread “misinformation” about the war, when they support conservative censorship and fact-checking of memes? https://t.co/YDKGSkkvGV
– Benny Johnson (Benny Johnson) May 18, 2022
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This is the footage that the “war expert” shared on Twitter.
Was Reuters Post Paintball Soldier and a Retired “Four Star US Army General” (who works NBC And MSNBC) Posted in Video Games Air War. Did Biden send 40 40 billion exclusive money to Ukraine? OmComfortablySmug pic.twitter.com/7Fj28ilzqZ
– I’m Donna (ry Crypsis12) May 17, 2022
Here’s what people are saying online:
“They can just post, lie and they wonder why we don’t trust them?”
“Jane Saki should fit right in there haha”
“I am beginning to suspect that there is a real war. Maybe it’s all video games. Who knows? “
“If your military analyst needs an adult diaper, he is out of touch with reality.”
“And there’s a decade-old game. Are you kidding me? “
“Is this a fake war, designed to smuggle billions of dollars only?”
“DC liars are liars. I have come to realize that not a single person in the Beltway is capable of telling the truth.
“If they can convince their viewers that a video game clip is real, imagine how easy it is to convince their viewers of 81 million votes.”
This equates to the course in the case of the Ukraine war.
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It’s been a blessing in disguise for propaganda and fake news, and the whole thing just seems “weird.”
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