Meanwhile, On Fox News (Pravda’s American Competition)…

“Trust me, comrades, why would I lie?”

Infamous Putin fanboy Tucker Carlson has some competition, you know, cheering-on Russia:

Speakers across Kremlin-funded media are voicing their dismay and disappointment with the worldwide condemnation of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Now more than ever, Fox News—with its endless stream of pro-Russia talking points—seems to be the only bright spot for Kremlin propagandists otherwise under siege by the West.

You can always count on the right wing to supply America’s enemies with propaganda, amirite?

While guests and pundits on multiple state TV channels expressed frustration with the world’s unity in opposition to Putin’s aggression, translated clips from Fox News continued to spark joy for them. On Tuesday and Wednesday, multiple state media channels broadcast translated video excerpts from Fox News’ Sunday night segment with Trey Gowdy. In these clips, Ret. Col. Doug Macgregor suggested that Ukrainian troops lay down their guns, retreat, and let Russian President Vladimir Putin have his way with Ukraine. He also complained that Putin is being “demonized” by the United States and opposed any U.S. involvement in helping Ukraine defend itself from Russian aggression.

Macgregor, who previously supported Russia’s annexation of Crimea, argued, “What is happening now is the battle in Eastern Ukraine is really almost over, all the Ukrainian troops there have been largely surrounded and cut off… and if they don’t surrender in next 24 hours, I suspect the Russians will ultimately annihilate them… The game is over.” Russian state media flooded their programs with translated clips of Macgregor’s proclamations, using them in support of their own messaging designed to demoralize the Ukrainians.

So who is this Macgregor, you ask?

As regular readers may recall, Donald Trump not only held Macgregor in high regard, the former president also wanted the retired colonel to hold public office in his administration. In fact, Trump’s original plan was to make Macgregor the U.S. ambassador to Germany.

That plan collapsed when Macgregor’s record of offensive rhetoric came to light: During Fox News appearances, the retired colonel peddled strange conspiracy theories about George Soros, criticized Europe for being welcoming toward “Muslim invaders,” and spoke in support of using deadly force against those who try to immigrate to the United States illegally.

Sounds like a real peach. Anyway, he’s now giving Putin a lot of cover here at home on the channel of America-hating seditionists.

(Hat tip: Scissorhead Baron vonBeavis)

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3 Responses to Meanwhile, On Fox News (Pravda’s American Competition)…

  1. You mis-spelled “Pravda’s American Subsidiary” in the headline, TG!

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  2. roket says:

    But, but, how does this help their economy? Besides, making Russia great again doesn’t have the same ring to it.

    Fun fact: One ruble = 8/10th of one penny.


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