Here Are The Most Hilariously Outrageous Headlines From The Pro-Russia News Site ‘Russia Insider’
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Russia Insider, a pro-Russia publication based out of Russia, was launched in 2014 and has had a slew of attention-grabbing, sensational headlines that pump up Russia and slam the U.S. While often times incredibly exaggerated and falsified, they are undoubtedly still entertaining.
Russia Insider’s founder, Charles Brausman, has been outspoken about how he believes U.S. news agencies generate a false perception of Russia because news organizations hire low-paid content writers who don’t know anything about Russia and have likely never been to the country at all.
Brausman’s frustration with U.S. news publications shines through in Russia Insider’s articles.
Here are some of Russia Insider’s most outrageous headlines from recent weeks:
On the latest Washington Post story that made headlines this week:
They also poke fun on the U.S. blaming Russia for seemingly every issue:
They’re big on foreign affairs:
They don’t mind making fun of the President of the United States’ family either:
Ironically, they’re tired of media sensationalism:
Russia Insider is also particularly outspoken about their disdain for “former Waffle House waitress” Nikki Haley, the U.S. Ambassador to the U.N.
“Former Waffle House waitress [Nikki Haley] checkmates Putin,” one Twitter post says.
The article goes further into the joke.
“US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley has only been on the job for a few months—but she can already read Putin like a Waffle House menu,” they write.
“Nikki Haley used all her Waffle House charm to promote ‘humanitarian intervention’ at the UNSC,” another post from April says.
Russia Insider also has an ongoing Internet feud with journalist Louise Mensch, so much so that their Twitter bio reads solely: “Louise Mensch’s favorite Kremlin troll.”
Russia Insider’s pinned tweet shows Mensch made them the focus of her bio in return.