Libs Caught Spreading Fake $53M Ukrainian Scandal

You won’t believe the latest liberal spin going around on social media! A video shared on X is claiming that former Ukrainian general Valery Zaluzhny pocketed a whopping $53 million to keep his nose out of Ukrainian politics. But hold onto your MAGA hats, folks, because that claim is as false as a California vegan cafe’s meatloaf!

Zaluzhny, appointed by Ukrainian President Volodomyr Zelenskyy as the ambassador to the United Kingdom, has been the target of left-wing fake news attacks. The mainstream media, including outlets like BBC and Bellingcat, have been quick to shut down these baseless accusations. It’s like trying to convince a Democrat that tax cuts actually help the economy – it just won’t stick.

Social media sleuths are pushing this phony narrative of a joint BBC-Bellingcat exposé, but a quick fact check shows this is all a sham. BBC and Bellingcat have flat out denied any such report, leaving Russian intelligence to cook up these Russian doll-style conspiracies. It’s like a game of political telephone, but with more borscht and less truth.

But wait, there’s more! Investigative reporter Christov Grozev, who’s no stranger to KGB mind games, took to Twitter to slam the video as a Russian ploy. It seems like every day is April Fools’ Day in the left’s playbook, with more fake BBC and Bellingcat videos than there are grains of sand in a California beach community.

So, there you have it, folks. Another day, another attempt by the left to twist the facts to fit their narrative. But fear not, patriots, because the truth always prevails. Just like Ronald Reagan said, “Trust, but verify.” And rest assured, Your Favorite Conservative Pundit will always be here to set the record straight, one fact check at a time.

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