Amid Kim Jong Un’s barnstorming tour of Russia, the country’s propagandists have begun extolling the virtues of the hermit kingdom’s spartan lifestyle.
Julia Davis is a columnist for The Daily Beast and the creator of the Russian Media Monitor. She is a member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, the Screen Actors Guild, and Women In Film.
“If I were in his place, I would tell no one of my travel routes,” Russia’s most prominent propagandist, Vladimir Solovyov, warned the former Fox News host.
“The last time, we had installed President Trump for Americans, but our bet didn’t quite work out. Why not try again?” one Russian host said about Vivek Ramaswamy.
Moscow’s most famous mouthpiece descended into a blind rage after his narrative about the death of Wagner Boss Yevgeny Prigozhin was publicly questioned.
Russian lawmakers and pro-Kremlin news stars have taken to live television to bet on the next international crisis Putin is eyeing after Ukraine.
The Kremlin’s mouthpieces are drawing comparisons between Donald Trump and tortured Russian dissidents following news of the former U.S. president’s indictment.
Russian state media stars are panicking about how the former president’s latest legal firestorm could ultimately hurt Moscow.
Moscow’s most famous mouthpiece resorted to calling members of his audience “idiots” and “cretins” when challenged about his position on the latest war scandal to rock the Kremlin.
The chaotic Putin vs. Prigozhin showdown appears to have broken the Russian propaganda machine.
Russian propagandists are rapidly changing their narrative. They say the insurrection was only ever a minor inconvenience and President Putin saved the day.