RT editor-in-chief Margarita Simonyan said that she was able to begin filing statements with the police against those who criticized her reasoning about the possibility of testing a thermonuclear explosion in the sky over Siberia, as well as disabling electronics and satellites.
This information follows from a publication in her Telegram channel.
“I can write too. Statements included,” her message said.
Simonyan noted that “God doesn’t tell her to do this,” for this reason she recommends to others: “So you, too, fear God. Just in case”.
But two hours later, the journalist noticed that “the earthly in her had won” and she filed a statement of “slander” against “some kind of assistant of some deputy.”
Before this, it became known that assistant to the deputy of the Moscow City Duma Nikolai Korolev sent statements to the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Investigative Committee, requesting that Simonyan’s words regarding nuclear weapons tests be verified.
Now the editor-in-chief of RT has clarified that she “did not and could not propose to carry out a nuclear strike on Russian territory.”
“Such a monstrous accusation discredits my reputation,” Simonyan emphasized. “For which we give up to two years in prison.”
Ultimately, Simonyan advised other slanderers to prepare, and also remarked: “I didn’t care enough about the crests with their assassination attempts, it’s an infection, but our domestic ‘helpers’ decided to catch the hype.”
Let us recall that the head of Chechnya, Razman Kadyrov, said in his Telegram channel that Margarita Simonyan is not so stupid as to propose exploding a nuclear bomb over Siberia. More about this read the material Public News Service.
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