Political scientist on the “influence” of the Russian Federation through Pokemon Go: the USA wants to justify their failures/pokemon go news

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Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Maria Zakharova called attempts to accuse Moscow of “influencing” the United States through the game Pokemon Go “mediocre”. Political analyst Pavel Svyatenkov said on air of Sputnik radio that no evidence was presented again.
Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova commented on CNN material, in which the Russian authorities are accused of allegedly using the Pokemon Go game as a tool to create racial hatred in the United States.

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As she noted on her Facebook page, the American media believes that black Americans build their citizenship based on games.

“Based on the logic of CNN, African Americans are determined with their civil position by playing Pokemon. This is how the TV channel ineptly explained the emergence of racial problems in modern America. Once again, the Russians are to blame … and the Pokemon they control,” she wrote.

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Political scientist commented on Russia’s “use” of Pokemon Go against the United States
CNN announced Russia’s “interference” in US affairs with the help of the game Pokemon GO. On the air of Sputnik radio, political scientist Mikhail Smolin noted that the accusations that have already become traditional are now being transferred to specific Internet resources, but again without proof.

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According to the channel, it is about the Don’t Shoot Us campaign, which accounts were registered in the social networks Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr and the YouTube video service. The campaigners reportedly used these platforms to cover numerous incidents of police violence against African Americans.
Competitors were directed to the scene of incidents of police violence, and were encouraged to name their Pokémon after the dead African Americans. In particular, the material announcing the competition featured a Pokemon named Eric Garner – that was the name of a black New Yorker who died in police custody.

As evidence of Russia’s involvement in the campaign, CNN, citing a source, reports that its Facebook account was linked to the Internet Research Agency, which the channel calls a “pro-Kremlin” structure.

Political analyst Pavel Svyatenkov on the air of Sputnik radio expressed the opinion that they are trying to shift responsibility for the problems of the previous American administration onto Russia.

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