Russian socialite, daughter of Putin spokesperson, whines that Western sanctions are 'unfair'
I recently shrank my violin to a Planck-length singularity and misplaced it somewhere in the quantum realm after briefly stopping by to graffiti Marjorie Taylor Greene’s brain, so I can’t respond to this story as I ordinarily might. But damn, these are some rarefied Russian tears you’re about to taste.
Elizaveta Peskova, a 24-year-old Russian socialite and daughter of Vladimir Putin’s chief propagandist, Dmitry Peskov, has been caught up in the sanctions dragnet the West has cast over Russia in response to its war of aggression against Ukraine, and she’s having an epic series of sads over her plight.
In a recent interview with Insider, Peskova, who told the media outlet that she’s a self-made woman who was blindsided by the sanctions against her, further stated, “For me, it's totally unfair and unfounded. I was really surprised because it's weird introducing sanctions [on] someone who is 24 years old and has nothing to do with the situation.”