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Russian Disinformation Campaign Aims to Undermine Confidence in Pfizer, Other Covid-19 Vaccines, U.S. Officials Say

Websites linked to Russian intelligence services publish false information questioning vaccines’ safety, efficacy

[wsj.com]russian-disinformation-campaign-aims-to-undermine-confidence-in-pfizer-other-covid-19-vaccines-u-s-officials-say-11615129200

[tidorg.com]russian-disinformation-campaign-aims-to-undermine-confidence-in-covid-19-vaccines/

FearlessFly 9 Mar 10
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"Websites linked to Russian intelligence services." Let me guess, no actual proof or evidence supporting this was provided? And we can also use logic ... why would Russia do something so pointless, self destructive, traceable, and utterly in the interests of US anti-Russian propaganda? Makes no sense, but since Washington said it it must be true, right?

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Right Wing conspiracy theories have been spread through social media by Russia. This is aimed at the United States.

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Even Russians are reluctant to take their vaccine : 😛

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