Putin Ally Appears on Russian State TV Covered in Mysterious Bruises! – USA-TECHNEWS




A top Kremlin propagandist recently appeared on Russian state television with mysterious bruises on his face.

Vladimir Solovyov refused to explain how he got the bruises, according to a tweet from Nika Melkozerova, the editor-in-chief of The new voice of Ukraine.

Solovyov, a pro-Kremlin TV presenter known as “the voice of Putin”, was seen in a screenshot shared by Melkozerova with reddish bruises on his forehead, nose and cheeks.

“He looks sad and refused to explain where he had bruises. ‘Not your goddamn business!’ He told his fellow Russian propagandists,” Melkozerova wrote.

Twitter users responded with their own theories about how Solovyov suffered the bruises.

Russian President Vladimir Putin “doesn’t think he is trying hard enough,” one user wrote.

Some referenced the tendency of Russians to mysteriously die from windows, with one writing: “Must have fallen from a ground floor window.

Writer and investigator Natalia Antonova wrote: “A lot of great detectives on the case, so I’ll just mention my boring theory: a battle of wits with a price-raising coke dealer has entered a hot phase. “

Journalist Quinton Mtyala said: “I guess occupational health and safety doesn’t exist for Putin’s propagandists. You literally roll with the punches when you get to work.”

In a recent segment on Russian television, Solovyov spoke at length about why Soviet gulags were better than concentration camps in Nazi Germany.

“In the Soviet labor camps, they knew your name and under what law you were imprisoned,” Solovyov said, according to a translation by Julia Davis, a columnist for The daily beast and the creator of Russian media monitor.

Russian President Vladimir Putin poses with TV presenter Vladimir Solovyov during an awards ceremony at the Kremlin in Moscow December 25, 2013. The top Kremlin propagandist recently appeared on Russian state television with mysterious bruises on his face.
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“You were an individual. In the German concentration camps you had no individuality.”

He went on to say that “the goal of the Soviet camp was to re-educate”, while the German concentration camps “were aimed at destroying you as a person and then breaking you into parts”.

In late August, Solovyov said that Russia was waging a war against NATO as a whole and that Russia had “liberated more than 20% of Ukrainian territory” and “about 10 million Ukrainian citizens from Nazi authorities”.

He also expressed confusion over Russia’s position.

“The West is moving towards an open confrontation with Russia, by leaps and bounds,” he said. “Politely speaking, I think we are acting strangely. Do we have any doubts that sooner or later NATO will enter into a direct military confrontation against us?



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