MSNBC viewers mocked Zelensky’s wife for a story about a drone shot down by a can of tomatoes
MOSCOW, March 18 – RIA Novosti. Viewers of the American television channel MSNBC mockery The story of Vladimir Zelensky’s wife, Elena, about a Ukrainian resident who allegedly shot down a drone with a can of tomatoes.
In an interview with a television channel, Zelenskaya described a fraud prevalent in Ukraine, where a woman saw the Russian drone from the balcony and “dropped it with a can of tomatoes”.
“Tomato…” Erica Johnson wrote eloquently.
“A can of tomatoes? It must be connected with the “ghost of Kiev” (the legendary pilot that the Ukrainian media wrote about – ed.),” Cash Nixon joked.
“Forget Abrams. More canned tomatoes for Ukraine!” Willie mocked.
“Who believes this nonsense? And how they laugh … So krinzhovo” – expressed his opinion, Bob Bobsen.
“Is Zelensky good with cocaine?” Alan Buzby asked.
The Hard Truth, “You can tell how ‘strong’ she is by the $5,000 dress she’s wearing at the expense of American taxpayers.” Said.
“How does one country pay 130 billion for Ukraine,” Debbie added.
Zelenskaya has repeatedly made ambiguous statements that caused strong public criticism. Therefore, in January, she claimed that her husband was forced to wear a green T-shirt after the start of the special operation because he “could not wear other clothes under the circumstances”. He also said that Zelensky had consulted with his nine-year-old son on what kind of military equipment he would like from the West.
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