Putin asks reporter if U.S. ‘assassinated’ Ashli Babbitt

Putin asks reporter if U.S. ‘assassinated’ Ashli Babbitt
But enough about my missiles. Let's talk about what you want to call my missiles. (Image: Screen grab of Russia 1 video, YouTube)

[Ed. – Good question]

Days ahead of his summit with President Biden in Geneva, Russian President Vladimir Putin said the United States was being hypocritical in its criticism of the way his country handles internal dissent.

During an interview with NBC News, Putin said Russia was no worse than the United States in this regard, and used the government’s handling of the Jan. 6 Capitol riot as an example.

He even pointed to the arrests of hundreds of suspects in the U.S. Capitol riot and the death of one rioter as proof that the U.S. also targets its citizens for their political opinions, just as Russia is accused of stifling dissent. (The FBI has arrested people for the violence inflicted on the seat of government in Washington, rather than for their political opinions.)


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He then countered by asking whether the U.S. was guilty of assassinating Ashli Babbitt during the Capitol riot.

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