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Study Finds 'Single Largest Driver' of Coronavirus Misinformation: Trump
This New York Times article cites a Cornell University study that found that 38% of the overall 'misinformation conversation' mentions Trump. The article concludes that Trump is the commonality among the misinformation, conspiracy theories, and falsehoods circulating about coronavirus.
This is propaganda because
This article suggests that Donald Trump (and his supporters, by association) is responsible for the spread of misinformation, which resulted in our country's inability to control the coronavirus. This functions to attack Trump as an opponent, making him synonymous with the destruction we have experienced since March 2020. For people who take the threat of coronavirus seriously or have been impacted by it already, this makes it very clear that Trump is an opponent and strengthens conviction against him.
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