Russian Olympic champion "with the intellect of a washing machine" said that Europe is ready to beg the Russians to return to world sport

Alexander ChekanovSport
Stepanova supports Putin

Beijing 2022 Olympic Games champion Veronika Stepanova, whose intelligence was compared to a washing machine, expressed the opinion that Western countries are allegedly interested in the soonest return of Russians to international ski racing competitions. The representative of the aggressor country called the confrontation of the whole of Europe against Russia a factor that popularized the sport.

Stepanova, who is an ardent fan of dictator Vladimir Putin, wrote about this with pathos for the official website of the propaganda TV channel Match TV. She noted that the Europeans have allegedly lost a lot of money because of the suspension of the Russians from the tournaments.



"No money, no goods for sale. One of the answers was to stir up interest through "Europe versus Russia". There were more grandiose media plans - just based on this East vs. West confrontation. This is why many people in the world ski races are frankly frustrated right now. All their efforts and ideas are ruined without the participation of Russian athletes. If it were up to them, they would invite us back tomorrow. But it's not up to them, it's obvious for everybody," Stepanova said.


Earlier, Stepanova "let it slip" why the Russians are stealing washing machines in Ukraine. She also set Europe a condition that "we are on our way with them". The skier also raved about the "work" of Russian propagandists, saying that "all the rest of the press looks like a reminder from the 20th century.


As reported by OBOZREVATEL, Veronica Stepanova repeated the Kremlin propaganda narrative that there is "less money" in Europe and the United States.

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