The "I Love America" Facebook page boasts 1.1 million fans, with viral content that reaches more Facebook users than some of the largest media outlets in the United States.
The "I Love America" page regularly recycles memes used by the Internet Research Agency, the Russian entity that set up phony Facebook pages to benefit Trump in advance of the 2016 election.
While "I Love America," which was established in March 2017, focuses on patriotism, in recent weeks it has used its extraordinary reach to push pro-Trump propaganda.
But the "I Love America" page is only the tip of the iceberg.
The pages have also joined political Facebook groups and are active on Instagram, which is owned by Facebook.
The "I Love America" Facebook page has a massive reach on the platform that exceeds nearly all U.S. media companies.
Ben Nimmo, director of investigations at Graphika, believes that the Ukrainian network of Facebook pages lacks the sophistication to be a government-backed effort. »