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Thursday, June 13, 2024

Ukraine Lawmaker Calls Out Zelenskyy for Fake Vid Touring Hospital

'The latest video only reinforces the doubts that Zelenskyy is in Kiev, instead of refuting them...'

(Joshua Paladino, Headline USA) Ukrainian Parliament member Ilya Kyva, a former presidential candidate, said that the country’s president, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, staged a hospital visit in Kiev, Uncanceled News reported.

Kyva said he noticed that Zelenskyy could not have filmed the video in Kiev during the ongoing Russian attack.

“The video shows a nurse who is not alive, but he [Zelenskyy] pretends he is brave and in Kiev,” Kyva wrote on his Telegram channel.

He said that military medic Inna Derusova died during the initial assault on Feb. 26.

Kyva posted a message from the nurse’s friend to confirm her death. Other social-media users and conservative websites also called attention on Monday to the apparent inconsistency.

“The latest video only reinforces the doubts that Zelenskyy is in Kiev, instead of refuting them!” Kyva said.

Russian sources have claimed that Zelenskyy fled Kiev either before the invasion began or shortly thereafter, while Western media sources have portrayed Zelenskyy as a brave president who will willingly die for his nation’s preservation.

Skeptics say that Zelenskyy pre-recorded videos of himself and his staff in Ukraine to convince the Ukrainian military to stay and fight. This would also suggest that Zelenskyy knew about an imminent Russian attack but downplayed the possibility.

Kyva supports Russia’s war against Ukraine. He has stated that “the Ukrainian people need liberation” and that “Ukrainians, Belarusians, Russians are one people,” according to a translation in Pravda.

On the same day that Zelenskyy allegedly visited the hospital in Ukraine, his military shelled civilians targets in the Donetsk People’s Republic.

The Ukrainians claimed that a Russian missile hit the civilians in the Donbass region, but the Russians have sought the area’s independence from Ukraine.

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