Russia Falsely Accuses U.S. of ISIS Aid by Using Video Game Footage

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As reported by One America News Network.

Propaganda: The Russian ministry of defense today claimed it had ‘irrefutable evidence’ the US is helping ISIS in the Middle East – and backed up its claim by posting pictures from a computer game, but they are actually scenes from AC-130 Gunship Simulator, a mobile video game produced by Byte Conveyor Studios and uploaded to YouTube in March 2015. (Photo/Twitter/DailyMail/Facebook)

November 14, 2017
OAN Newsroom

Russia is called out for falsely accusing the U.S. of aiding ISIS fighters.

On Tuesday, the Russian Ministry of Defense tweeted a photo they claimed was proof the U.S. was aiding ISIS military forces.

The photo showed an aerial angle of vehicles traveling on a dirt road.

Twitter users immediately noticed the photo was a screen shot taken from a Youtube video of the so-called video game “AC-130 Gunship Simulator.”

Another image the agency tweeted was taken from an old Iraqi Ministry of Defense video.

The Russian Ministry of Defense has since deleted their accusatory tweets.

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