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The Misinformation Menace: Debunking the Fake Anti-Zelensky Billboard Video

In the age of widespread access to social media, misinformation has become a concerning issue, particularly when it comes to spreading false information about political figures. Recently, a digitally altered video began circulating on Twitter, depicting an anti-Zelensky billboard that read “No Zelensky No War.” The video quickly gained traction, attracting numerous retweets and shares. However, upon closer examination, it became evident that these tweets were misleading and aimed at spreading misinformation.

A quick investigation revealed that the original video, showcasing a different billboard entirely, was uploaded on YouTube back in July 2021 [^1^]. The original billboard featured a young girl on 5th Avenue in New York City, and it had absolutely nothing to do with President Zelensky or any political message. The digitally altered video, shared on Twitter, was a creation of a platform known for promoting fake videos, GIFs, and memes – 9GAG [^2^].


It is important to be cautious when consuming information on social media platforms, as misleading content can easily be shared and amplified. To combat this misinformation, organizations like D-Intent Data have taken on the crucial task of fact-checking. By thoroughly checking the veracity of information, they provide the public with accurate details in order to dispel false narratives.

One approach that D-Intent Data undertook in addressing the misleading tweets was thoroughly examining the original video. They found an unaltered version on YouTube and shared it as evidence to counter the digitally manipulated content. This clear dissection of the misleading information not only showcases the truth but also raises awareness about the prevalence of misinformation campaigns targeting political figures.



In conclusion, it is imperative to exercise caution and skepticism when consuming information on social media platforms. Misleading tweets and misinformation campaigns like Anti-Zelensky Billboard videos can easily manipulate public opinion and propagate false narratives. By conducting thorough fact-checking, organizations like D-Intent Data aim to shed light on the truth and combat misinformation. The intention behind this incident is clear: to spread misleading information and potentially influence public perception of President Zelensky. As responsible consumers of information, it is our duty to question and verify the content we encounter, ensuring that truth prevails over deception.

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