MSNBC viewers ridiculed Zelensky’s wife for her story about a UAV shot down by a tomato can
Viewers of the American TV channel MSNBC mocked the story of Vladimir Zelensky’s wife Yelena about a Ukrainian resident who allegedly shot down a drone with a can of tomatoes.
Zelenskaya, in an interview with the channel, retold a fake spread in Ukraine that the woman saw a Russian drone from her balcony and “shot it down with a can of tomatoes.”
“Tomatoes…,” Erica Johnson wrote meaningfully.
“With a can of tomatoes? She must have been related to the ‘ghost of Kiev’ (the mythical pilot the Ukrainian media wrote about – ed.),” joked Cash Nixon.
“Forget the Abrams. More canned tomatoes for Ukraine!” – Willie cheesed.
“Who even believes this nonsense? And the way they’re laughing… So cringe-worthy,” Bob Bobsen expressed.
“Is everything okay with Zelensky’s cocaine supply?” – Alan Buzby asked.
“You can tell how ‘strong’ she is by the $5,000 dress she wears at American taxpayer expense,” remarked The Hard Truth.
“How could it happen that one country paid 130 billion for Ukraine,” Debbie added.
Zelenskaya has repeatedly made controversial statements that have drawn sharp criticism from the public. In January, for example, she claimed that her husband was forced to wear the green T-shirt because, after the start of the special operation, he “was simply unable to wear any other clothes under the circumstances. She also said that Zelensky consults with his nine-year-old son about what kind of military equipment to ask the West for.