On Sunday, Russian TV host Dmitry Kiselyov, who enjoys the largest audience among news programs in Russia, announced in his prime-time program News of the Week the launch of a new documentary, whose goal would be to expose corruption in the U.S. — as opposed to the familiar story in Russian he’s sick and tired of talking about.
“This is not fair — to forget about American corruption,” he declared, “about how they get fat on the money of American taxpayers there.”
The title of the film — Emperor Obama — says it all, but the trailer, lasting more than 10 minutes, was shown anyway.
The first victim of attack was the American first lady.
“The information on our clients is strictly confidential,” says the Villa Padierna hotel manager to a young and beautiful female reporter. “But I can confirm that Michelle Obama really stayed in our hotel. She was our most famous guest. Since then, we named one of our villas after her. Villa Obama has three floors, two bedrooms, one swimming pool and a big living room — here is Villa Obama.”