Proverb of a pro-Kremlin outlet: if 52.8% of respondents don’t fit into your story, just ignore them.
The Russian top propagandist Dmitry Kiselyov offers not just “fake news”, but a service that can help to keep a government in power.
A Russian English Language Resource offers an opportunity to study the entire selection of disinformation narratives, used in pro-Kremlin outlets.
RT’s video about the Mueller report was recommended over 400 000 times on YouTube Washington Post reports.
One frequent “guest” on our database of disinformation is News Front – a Russian site, established in November 2014 as a mouthpiece for the self-proclaimed “People’s Republics” of Eastern Ukraine.
Ukraine’s presidential election was ultimately a triumph of democracy, with free and fair elections followed by a peaceful transfer of power. International observers have described the elections as the cleanest in the country’s history. Yet, pro-Kremlin disinformation outlets continue to argue that Ukraine is corrupt, unstable, and controlled by foreign powers.