Russians are being treated to a TV pity party marking the fall of “Teflon Don,” a nickname bestowed upon Donald Trump by Moscow’s most prominent mouthpieces.
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.
Vladimir Putin’s cronies are in a frenzy after admitting that this one move from the U.S. could entirely screw them.
The gracious proposals include placing Donald Trump under the protection of Moscow’s security agency—and moving homeless American children to Russia.
The FBI raid on Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence has reduced the Kremlin’s cronies to live TV hysterics.
“If you have to die, you only have to do it once… This is a part of your duty as a citizen, as a soldier, as a warrior, as a Russian man.”
The Kremlin’s TV propaganda machine wants Russians to believe that Putin is more popular than ever around the globe, despite widespread opposition to the war in Ukraine.
Moscow is convinced that Trump would have allowed Russia to take Ukraine without a fight, and they are desperate to help him back into power.
Just when you thought Russia’s love affair with the former U.S. president could not get any more nauseating.
Putin’s top propagandists can no longer work out why they started this war as demands for total victory over Ukraine are being shut down by the Kremlin.
Putin’s anti-America machine wasted no time plotting to capitalize on the SCOTUS decision roiling the U.S.