Attention, fake! Fake “news” about Vilkul’s alleged appeal to “vote for Boyko” is being spread on the Internet

Attention, fake! Fake “news” about Vilkul’s alleged appeal to “vote for Boyko” is being spread on the Internet

The presidential candidate of the OPPOSITION BLOC Oleksandr Vilkul published the appeal to the media on his Facebook not to post fakes paid by opponents about his alleged “rejection” of the election campaign.

On the last day of the election campaign, on 29 March, false news appeared on one of the news sites about the alleged “appeal” by Oleksandr Vilkul of his associates to “vote” for Boyko. After that, with reference to this site, Vilkul’s opponents began to post this false information on other sites for money.

Opposition leader Vilkul believes that political strategists Boyko and the Presidential Administration are “completely out of their mind”.

“I am not campaigning for Boyko, who actually works at Poroshenko’s headquarters and does everything so that with his help Poroshenko becomes president the second time,” Vilkul wrote.

Vilkul drew the attention of his supporters that this was not the first attempt by Boyko and Poroshenko’s headquarters to mislead people. The day before, fake leaflets were printed about Vilkul’s alleged appeal to vote for Yulia Tymoshenko.

The presidential candidate considers this another confirmation of dirty elections and predicts opponents that “in three days their hysteria will end in complete failure”. Vilkul is sure that “we have smart people” and in the elections “we will change the current authorities”.

29 March 2019 19:45
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