X biggest purveyor of disinformation, EU official says


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Its easy to just cry about some vague disinformation.

Can we not have some specific examples?

Such as the Russian Black Sea Fleet Commander being killed by Ukraine? Oh...but that is the disinformation the Western governments APPROVE of so never mind.

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An example of Uncle Sam's minions projecting almost as much as Trumper's do.

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Musk was going to clean up X. What happened?

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Musk was going to clean up X. What happened?

It has improved, but there is more stuff to do...

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Musk fires whole departments dedicated to fight disinformation, what else could be expected from the service afterwards?

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A new print edition of "How to turn $1 million in real estate into $25 in cash" by Steve Martin with a forward by Elon Musk: On sale now!

St. Elon: a real business man up genius.....

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Musk fires whole departments dedicated to fight disinformation

No, they were mainly protecting government and corporate propaganda.

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