FAKE NEWS: Everything In Ukraine Is A Movie?

Ahhh, I remember that time during World War II where Roosevelt and Churchill took time off from the war effort to hang out with some Hollywood celebrities.

Don’t you?

Wait, you mean that never happened?

You mean they didn’t pose for ridiculous pictures like the one below?

And what is it with this Zelensky creep and his inability to wear anything other than a ratty old army green colored shirt?

Oh wait…that’s because he’s just an actor playing a role.

Quite literally, you do know his history right?

He’s an actor turned head of the entire country.

And actors have to wear costumes, right?

No, I’m not saying the entire war is fake.

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Sadly, there are people being sent out there to die by both sides on a daily basis.

I’m saying the NARRATIVE they’re giving you is 100% staged and fake.

And they’re sending in their Hollywood stooges to do it:

Zelensky Takes Time Off From WW3 To Shoot a Netflix Show!

What do you do when you’re engaged in World War 3, allegedly under siege by Russia, and spending billions of dollars a day on the war?

Naturally, you take a break and go on Letterman.

Are you kidding me?

Sadly not.

This is real folks.

And as for Letterman, I’m on record as saying I like him.

He’s the last Late Night host who was genuinely funny.

And that’s all I’ll say for Letterman right now.

But for real, check this out…in the middle of a war?

Is anyone buying this nonsense anymore?


Meanwhile, Ukraine reportedly sits without basic electricity:

Here’s what The Hollywood Reporter had to say:

Letterman recently traveled to Kyiv to interview Zelensky as the president leads his country’s efforts to turn back the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The fighting between the two nations is in its 10th month.

The interview will run as a stand-alone episode of My Next Guest Needs No Introduction before the end of the year (a specific date hasn’t been set). The interview will be the show’s first with an active head of state; Letterman interviewed former U.S. President Barack Obama in My Next Guest’s first episode in 2018.

Zelensky is a former comedian and TV star himself, having played the lead role in a comedy series called Servant of the People — about a history teacher who is elected president of Ukraine — before running in and winning the 2019 presidential election.

My Next Guest Needs No Introduction features longform interviews between Letterman and a guest. The show’s four seasons and 24 episodes have featured the likes of Will Smith, Tina Fey, Kim Kardashian, Lizzo, Howard Stern and Malala Yousafzai, among others. There’s no word yet on a fifth season.

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