You are tasked with locating and identifying a false or grossly misleading claim on the internet and then “debunking” it. Examples of found cyber-objects that could be “debunked” include, but are not limited to: memes, political propaganda, “news” stories, fabricated “facts,” etc. The more popular/viral the found cyber-object, the better. Your analysis should include the following components: What is the rhetorical exigence of the found cyber-object? In other words, of what is it trying to persuade people? How does the style and content of the found cyber-object render it effective in its rhetorical intent? For this part of your analysis, you might wish to consult the list of logical and rhetorical fallacies, the electracy chart, the delivery of the cyber-object, etc. How and why is the found cyber-object false or misleading? How would a counter-rhetoric (concerned with “truth”) be most effective? Refer to many examples we have done in class when considering how to best approach this assignment.