Kremlin clot-shot shills: Demoralized & defeated?
Schwab better nuke the internet because there's no way RT is recovering from this
By Riley Waggaman, a former RT “senior editor” (newsroom errand boy)
About once a week we visit RT.com and browse the latest masterpieces of Russian taxpayer-funded nihilism. Check out this amazing Breaking News report:
True story: RT’s famously objective Russia Desk actual wrote an internet article about an American comedian telling Joe Rogan he likes Sputnik V. This is a real “news” article, published by Russian state media:
This is a game-changer.
This is bottom-of-the-barrel dogshit. During our nearly four years at RT, we never saw anything so objectively pathetic and desperate.
By the way, there are many interesting Sputnik V-related stories RT could write about—but we’re not sure if “misinformed American comedian says he thinks Russia’s clot-shot is cool” is newsworthy? Why is that a “story”? Curious minds want to know.
Imagine if Pfizer put out a press release every time an internet celebrity said something semi-flattering about its murderous clot-shot. Imagine how pathetic and embarrassing that would be. You don’t have to imagine anything with RT and Sputnik V! RT makes your dreams come true.
It’s over. There’s no coming back from this. RT is irredeemable. It has been for at least two years, actually.
Every night before bedtime, Margarita Simonyan gets on her knees and prays to Klaus Schwab for a cyber-pandemic that will destroy the internet forever, because she knows her Question More scam is not sustainable.
Quick question for the big-brains at RT: do the Russian people—you know, the people who pay your salaries—want Sputnik V? Are they excited about being coerced into injecting themselves with this unproven genetic jizz? Yes or no? It’s such a simple question that nobody wants to discuss, let alone answer.
Why does it matter what Tim Dillon thinks about Sputnik V? What do the people who fund RT think about Sputnik V? Will the brave Russia Advocates at RT continue to lobby against the actual wishes of the Russian people? (Of course.)
Just something to think about.
Just to recap: This is a massive own-goal by RT. Trust us. We know this organization well. This is: “we have nothing left—we’ve exhausted all of our shameless vax shill ammunition. Mercenaries: fix bayonets—it’s time to charge into a hail of bullets and die.”
It’s really that bad.
But can we—we meaning you and Edward Slavsquat, together, as a team—make it even worse for RT? Let’s try, together!
Please use whatever social media power you have to inform Tim Dillon that Sputnik V is an unproven clot-shot that nobody in Russia wants or needs. He should know about this. Imagine how amazing it would be if he tweeted: “Actually, Sputnik V is no different from the Big Pharma clot-shots. I apologize for suggesting otherwise.”
This is his Twitter account. Tweet at him.
You can send him this article about why anyone who distrusts the Big Pharma clot-shots should also be weary of Sputnik V. Or you can forward him the article we wrote for the Brownstone Institute. Or encourage him to click on other links discussing why Sputnik V is a massive scam (some example links can be found here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here).
We actually like Tim Dillon. Stand-up comedy is dead, of course, but sometimes Tim Dillon posts funny videos. And we don’t blame Tim for thinking Sputnik V is somehow different. We blame RT.
If you do tweet at Dillon, please be polite. He is an ally in the global fight against the clot-shots. He’s just misinformed.
If you don’t like that millions of Russians are being forced to take an unproven and useless genetic injection, this is your chance to make a difference.
RT’s clot-shot shills are curled up in a urine-stained corner. Let’s kick them in the face, together.
UPDATE: was Tim being sarcastic? Some say so. If so, even more of an L for RT!