Putin’s unhinged TV attack dogs say ‘delusional’ Liz Truss ‘belongs in the kitchen’ in sexist rants

Putin’s vile TV attack dogs have launched a series of sexist slurs about Liz Truss, calling the conservative favorite ‘delusional’ and claiming she ‘belongs in the kitchen’ – after warning that Russia ” cannot win” in its war against Ukraine.

Coverage of Britain’s leadership election has become increasingly misogynistic after Britain’s foreign secretary said the Kremlin could not be allowed to get away with its barbaric invasion of its neighbour.

“Liz Truss does not belong in politics, but in the kitchen,” said Rossiya One analyst Igor Korochenko.

Korochenko said Truss should “demonstrate the best qualities of a woman” and not “behave like a vulgar woman during a political striptease“.

He also called Truss ‘uneducated’ and ‘dangerous’, suggesting he preferred his opponent Rishi Sunak, the former UK Chancellor seeking to replace incumbent Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who promised to step down in september.

He also claimed that Truss said she would start a nuclear war with Russia. The remarks could have been an allusion to the foreign secretary’s promise to push ahead with the renewal of Trident, Britain’s nuclear programme, if she becomes prime minister.

Meanwhile, the figurehead of Putin’s propagandists, Vladimir Solovyov, has accused Truss of starting a religious war after Britain announced sanctions against the Patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church.

“She has such delusions of grandeur. Such spooky audacity is unparalleled since the days of the Tartars and the Mongols,” he said. ‘Who does what she thinks she is?’

Russian state experts attacked Truss, calling her ‘uneducated’ and ‘dangerous’ compared to rival Rishi Sunak

Experts have accused Truss of

Experts accused Truss of ‘religious war’ after Britain sanctions Russian Orthodoxy

Russian media is often openly misogynistic about European women leaders

Russian media is often openly misogynistic about European women leaders

Reserve Colonel Igor Korochenko, editor-in-chief of the Russian magazine National Defense

Reserve Colonel Igor Korochenko, editor of the Russian National Defense Magazine (right) said that ‘Liz Truss does not belong in politics, but in the kitchen’, and claimed that the conservative candidate was ‘ uneducated”, “dangerous” and a less “reasonable” candidate than Rishi Sunak

Putin's chief propagandist Vladimir Solovyov (pictured) is firm on starting a religious war after Britain announced sanctions against the Patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church.

Putin’s chief propagandist Vladimir Solovyov (pictured) is firm on starting a religious war after Britain announced sanctions against the Patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church.

Liz Truss assured him that Ukraine would not

Liz Truss assured him Ukraine would have ‘no better ally’ than Britain if they enter at number 10

Pundits pointed to Truss’ reaction to new Talk TV presenter Kate McCann’s passing out as an example of his weakness.

The fall caused the Foreign Minister to hold her face in shock and exclaim, “Oh my God!”

Less than 20% of Russian MPs are women, reported the Telegraphwhich quoted analysts saying the attack on Truss should come as no surprise.

Russian pundits often attack European women leaders, including Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin.

On Saturday, Truss’s campaign team set out its agenda to keep Britain ‘safe’ after the ongoing war in Ukraine reached six months since Putin’s army tried to take over Kyiv by force.

“We thought peace and stability were inevitable – but they are not,” she said. “The era of complacency is over.

We live in an increasingly dangerous world and our security is more at risk than it has been in decades.

“We must ensure Britain has the deterrents it needs to lead global efforts to counter aggression from Russia and other authoritarian regimes.”

The Foreign Secretary will see through the renewal of Britain’s nuclear deterrent, which is “the ultimate guarantee of our sovereignty”, her campaign said.

It would also update the Integrated Defense and Foreign Policy Review to “reflect the changing geopolitical landscape and the increase in malicious activity we have seen since it was first published in 2021.”

Pundits pointed to Truss' reaction to new Talk TV presenter Kate McCann, pictured center, fainting on air as an example of his weakness.  She exclaimed 'oh my God!'  after seeing the host collapse

Pundits pointed to Truss’ reaction to new Talk TV presenter Kate McCann, pictured center, fainting on air as an example of his weakness. She exclaimed ‘oh my God!’ after seeing the host collapse

Ms Truss said the country must reach a “defining moment for freedom, security and freedom”.

She added: “We simply cannot allow abusers to think they will go unchallenged.”

Mr Sunak said he viewed NATO’s defense spending target of 2% of GDP as a “floor, not a ceiling” and noted that spending should increase to 2.5% “over time”. time”, but refused to set “arbitrary” targets. .

Speaking at the penultimate leadership campaign in Norwich on Thursday, he said: ‘If Liz is here, as she probably said in her speech, she will invest 3% of GDP.

“Now I’m not going to say that, not because I don’t believe in investing in our armed forces, of course I do, and my record shows that.”

“I just don’t believe in arbitrary targets when it comes to something as serious as the security of our kingdom.”

It comes days after Truss promised to declassify more intelligence on Russian activity, if she becomes prime minister next month, in a bid to further expose Putin’s “lies”.

She publicly reaffirmed British support for Ukraine if she replaced Johnson in Downing Street.

It was reported that Truss was planning a trip to Ukraine, one of his first acts as part of a public show of support for Kyiv.

Sunak, also pledging Britain’s aid to the beleaguered nation despite the outcome of the leadership race, wrote an open letter in the Kyiv Post newspaper offering its assurance to Ukrainians of the UK’s continued support.

It has now been six months since Russia launched its last brutal invasion of Ukraine, with the foreign minister insisting that

It has now been six months since Russia launched its last brutal invasion of Ukraine, with the foreign minister insisting that ‘Putin cannot prevail’ with his military assault.

Ms Truss has pledged to declassify more MI6 intelligence on Russian activities, if she becomes prime minister next month

Ms Truss has pledged to declassify more MI6 intelligence on Russian activities, if she becomes prime minister next month

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