"25 thousand traitors": propagandist Solovyov throws a tantrum over Russian money transfers to the Armed Forces. Video
Kremlin propagandist Vladimir Solovyov threw a public tantrum because it turns out that Russians are quite actively transferring money to support the Armed Forces of Ukraine. He called such citizens of the aggressor country "traitors".
On his show on Russia-1 TV channel, the Kremlin's mouthpiece said that, according to the "competent authorities," 25,000 Russian citizens transfer money to the Ukrainian army. Outraged by this fact, Solovyov did not hold back his words (to watch the video, scroll to the end of the news).
"According to the competent authorities, 25 thousand Russian citizens are sending money from the territory of Russia to support the Ukrainian Armed Forces. 25 thousand traitors, Vlasovites, Nazis in our country," the propagandist said.
He complained that the figures mentioned were, in his understanding, "minimal".
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- Earlier, opposition Russian media said that criminal cases were being opened against Russians under the article "high treason" for transferring money to support the Armed Forces. The sanction of such an article in Russia provides for up to 20 years in prison.
- Recently, a scandal erupted in Russia over Verka Serdyuchka's song, which was played at a wedding in Novocherkassk. The bride and her guests were "partying" to "Gulyanochka," and one of the residents called the police.