Turns out, our enemies are pretty good at making fun of and harassing our leaders. China got Nancy Pelosi good after she tweeted about their trade practices and Russia just perfectly hit Biden and the corporate press over their false claims that Russia would invade Ukraine on Wednesday.
Yes, really. After Biden’s Administration and its media lackeys claimed that Russia would invade early in the morning on February 16th and no invasion came, Russian media hammered Biden hard, with Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova saying “I’d like to request US and British disinformation: Bloomberg, The New York Times and The Sun media outlets to publish the schedule for our upcoming invasions for the year. I’d like to plan my vacation” on Telegram.
The Russian Foreign Ministry has called on Western media outlets to publish a full list of dates on which Russia will invade Ukraine for the year ahead, so Russian diplomats can schedule their vacations accordingly.— Murad Gazdiev (@MuradGazdiev) February 16, 2022
This is not satire. They did this
What a troll! Biden and his lackeys have been stirring up war so that they can appear tough and Putin didn’t fall for the bait, so they decided to have some fun at the expense of the fools who were doing Biden’s bidding and feverishly claiming that Russia was planning on invading the Ukraine. Asking for the other dates is just brilliant, and hilarious.
TASS, Russian state media, in addition to heartily chuckling at Zakharova’s statement, gave this background and described the deleterious effects of the warmonger’s saber-rattling over Ukraine, saying:
The West and Kiev have recently been echoing allegations about Russia’s potential invasion of Ukraine recently. Western media outlets keep enthusiastically announcing “the date of invasion,” which has been repeatedly postponed. In particular, according to the Politico newspaper, US President Joe Biden claimed that Russia could allegedly attack Ukraine on February 16. This steady disinformation blitz by the Western media has already resulted in a sharp deterioration of Kiev’s economic situation, with investments and businesses fleeing Ukraine, while the energy prices in Europe are growing. Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov castigated these statements as an “empty and groundless” escalation of tensions, emphasizing that Russia posed no threat to anyone. Read more