Russian filmmaker, husband of Simonyan, issued propaganda nonsense about Zelenskyy and "felt sorry" for Ukrainians
Tigran Keosayan, the scandalous Russian director and husband of one of the Kremlin's main propagandists, Margarita Simonyan, has released another batch of nonsense about President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and the war in Ukraine. The disgraced filmmaker generously "felt sorry" for Ukrainians who are allegedly being "sent to their deaths" by their own government.
However, Keosayan's rhetoric has not become more original since the start of the full-scale war. He once again accused Zelenskyy of "drug addiction", as the Kremlin's mouthpieces like to do, and did not forget to remind that Ukraine is "destroying itself". The Putinist voiced a new portion of absurdity in an interview with another odious Z-patriot, Boris Korchevnikov, on Russia 1.
"There is a situation where you don't understand what to expect from this clown and complete drug addict Vova Zelenskyy, whom I knew personally. The comedian sent the people to their deaths. He is killing his citizens, destroying the country. That's what I was worried about, and Margarita was worried about it too, by the way," Simonyan's husband said.
In the best traditions of Russian propaganda, Keosayan also threw mud at "traitors to the motherland". In a classic genre move, he targeted Maxim Galkin and Alla Pugacheva, who fled the terrorist country after the outbreak of a full-scale war. The comedian, who openly supports Ukraine and condemns Russian aggression, was accused by the director of "homosexuality".
"Isn't it better for you, Maxim, to deal with your conscience, because you deceived the audience, fans. It's not good, Maxim! How will you justify yourself at night when you're alone with your pillow? Don't you have insomnia? You are deceiving the whole country that you are a heterosexual man who loves a woman without memory. This is a dishonest choice. He has made a career, by and large, of telling conservative society about family life and children. I believe it, I believe it," the Putinist attacked the sane oppositionist.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, this is not the first time that Keosayan has spread such rhetoric against Ukrainians, whom he calls a "brotherly people". In his madness, the odious director called our country sick and its citizens in need of treatment.
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