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Russian Media Monitor and Daily Beast reporter Julia Davis revealed a startling moment on Russian state television that says a lot about the state of the Vladimir Putin empire.
As the Russian leader continues to wage his war against the people of Ukraine, more and more Russian soldiers are dying and public support is turning against him.
The head of RT, Margarita Simonyan, joined The Evening With Vladimir Solovyov to admit that the Kremlin's elite are starting to worry about being tried for war crimes.
Simonyan claimed that no one in the Russian leadership and state media propagandists like her wanted air strikes against Ukraine and its critical infrastructure.
“I am amazed by our people—and I unfortunately know many of them—including those in very high circles, who are afraid of this and are scared to call things by their proper names because of what people over there may think," said Simonyan, according to Davis. “We could spit on what they think over there! People who are afraid of the Hague—listen, you should be afraid to lose, to be humiliated and be afraid to betray your people. Let me tell you that if we manage to lose, the Hague—whether real or hypothetical—will come even for a street cleaner who is sweeping the cobblestones behind the Kremlin.”
Davis noted that Simonyan also got mixed up saying that Russian forces weren't trying to go after civilian infrastructures like apartment buildings, parks, monuments, and hospitals that have been bombed. So her later comments appeared a bit of a slip from the required text.
Host Vladimir Solovyov closed the interview by threatening nuclear strikes, which he has been doing for months.
They were together for five years and she experienced a lot of abuse. Speaking to Vaughn Hillyard, Cheryl Parsa explained that she came forward to the Daily Beast last week because she felt like there was fraud being perpetrated against the American people by Georgia Senate Candidate Herschel Walker.
In her first on-camera interview just 48 hours before the election, she explained that during their relationship, Walker
"I believe the deception now is on the American people," said Parsa. "And I have to say what I know. I have to tell the Herschel I know."
She isn't the only one to describe a violent relationship. Walker's ex-wife, Sidney Grossman, spoke out in 2008 about a moment he put a gun to her head and told her, "I'm going to blow your f*cking brains out."
"He said, 'You want to see a man? I'll show you a man,'" Parsa recalled, as Walker pressed his forehead against hers while she was against the wall. His saliva dripped all over her face as he spat at her because he was talking with such force. "He had his hand on my throat, my chest, and then he leaned back to throw a punch, and luckily I was able to avoid that. And the punch landed on the wall instead of me."
Georgia voters have not had a problem with an abusive man who came one trigger away from murder.
After initially supporting him, Walker's son, Christian, had a very public breakup in which he revealed that Walker had "threatened to kill us."
"I never really thought I would be in this situation today. Who would have ever thought he would be running for Senate? And I feel compelled to come forward," said Parsa. "But it was the women. It was for me because I had lived in silence for so long, carrying the shame of what I allowed."
Walker's former girlfriend does first television interview www.youtube.com
There was a significant moment of contrast at the small Herschel Walker bus stop rally on Sunday. While Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) and Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) were speaking, the former was cracking bad jokes about former President Barack Obama, who held a rally in Georgia for Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-GA) over the weekend.
While stumping for Walker and trashing Obama, Kennedy rambled on until a voice from the audience shouted out that Obama is "the alter of the devil." Kennedy ignored it and went on.
It was a contrast to who the GOP was just 14 years ago when an anti-Obama town hall attendee called the man about to become the first Black president an "Arab."
At the time, the Associated Press called it a "reflection of [McCain's] thinking that partisans should disagree without demonizing each other." Things have changed a lot in the GOP since then.
Walker has never said whether or not he believes Obama is a citizen.
See the Kennedy comments and the audience member below or at the link here:
Sen. John Kennedy of Louisiana and Herschel Walker supporter rage against Obama www.youtube.com