Stew Peters, Twitter’s far-right American voice of pro-Russian propaganda
04 March 2023 | 5:14 am
He's been compared to Alex Jones and Andrew Tate, and is known for spreading Covid-19 misinformation. This week, far-right US influencer Stew Peters posted three misleading stories about the war in Ukraine.
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