NYT: U.S. Intel Claiming Putin 'Misinformed' on War is Part of 'Information Warfare' CampaignChris Menahan
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The top story the controlled media pushed on Wednesday was part of a Biden administration "information warfare" campaign aimed at disrupting Russia's invasion of Ukraine, according to the New York Times.
From The New York Times:
The unveiling of U.S. intelligence that Putin has been misinformed is part of a monthslong U.S. campaign.The NYT ran with the propaganda story earlier in the day but just threw in a few qualifiers so they could absolve themselves of responsibility for pushing the psy-op on their readers (many of whom literally pay to be brainwashed with this crap):
U.S. intelligence suggests that Putin's advisers misinformed him on Ukraine.That's what we're seeing in America.
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