Kremlin backed TV network airs video mashup of Donald Trump serenading Vladimir Putin.

By |2019-08-31T08:13:41-08:00September 1st, 2019|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , |3 Comments

Well, that was certainly disturbing.

Courtesy of The Daily Mail

A Kremlin-backed TV network aired a video mashup this week that portrayed Donald Trump apparently serenading Vladimir Putin with ‘Señorita,’ a steamy ballad released in June by Canadian singer Shawn Mendes and Cuban-American singer Camila Cabello.

‘I love it when you call me señorita,’ Trump appears to sing, one auto-tuned note at a time, with each word drawn from a different speech. ‘I wish I could pretend I didn’t need ya.’

‘But every touch is, “Ooh la la la.” It’s true, la la la. Ooh, I should be running; ooh, you keep me coming for you,’ the song continues.

The Russia 1 network’s ’60 Minutes’ program aired the comic video this week.

It is not lost on me that while conservatives stubbornly deny that Trump is a Russian asset, that Russia itself brags openly that Trump is Putin’s little bitch. 

And they have been doing this for like a year now. 

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3 Comments

  1. Anonymous September 1, 2019 at 5:33 am

    They should make one with Sarah serenading any number of her many many bottles of pills.

    • Dead Lake September 1, 2019 at 7:54 am

      We’ll just see how many ask her to stump for them in 2020. My guess is ZERO.
      Her stupid rant about how unfairly she was treated, told to stay away from RNCs and McCain’s memorial.
      No self awareness whatsoever that SHE is the problem.
      Our (cough) Lady (cough) Of Perpetual Victimhood.

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