Banned From Russia For Good: Morgan Freeman, Rob Reiner & Multiple Dead Senators Newly Unwelcome

Banned From Russia For Good

Banned From Russia For Good, More than 960 Americans have been “permanently prohibited” from entering Russia because the Kremlin appears to have no more pressing issues at the moment. There are no lack of names that raise eyebrows, including Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, and Hillary Clinton, who appear to be no-brainers.

Such American threats are no longer welcome in Russia.

Along with Mark Zuckerberg and John McCain, who is one of three deceased senators on the list, Rob Reiner and Morgan Freeman — who directed and narrated a 2017 film about Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election

Banned From Russia For Good

According to a press release, everyone is accused of spreading “Russophobia.”

Donald Trump is noticeably absent from the ban.

The Kremlin’s statement, which was released over the weekend, is translated here.

The Russian Foreign Ministry publishes a list of American nationals who are permanently barred from entering the Russian Federation in response to the US’s ongoing anti-Russian sanctions and in response to receiving queries concerning the personal composition of our national “stop list.”

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We underscore that Washington’s hostile tactics, which have backfired on the US, will continue to be met with appropriate retaliation. Russian counter-sanctions are imposed and intended to force the governing American system, which is attempting to impose a neocolonial “rules-based international order” on the rest of the globe, to change its conduct and acknowledge new geopolitical realities.

Russia does not seek confrontation and is willing to engage in an open, mutually respectful conversation that distinguishes the American people, whom we always respect, from the US authorities, who promote Russophobia, and those who serve them. These individuals are placed on Russia’s “black list.”

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