Russia Pulls Off LEGENDARY April Fools Day Prank on Democratic Party…

Russia is quite the hot topic since Trump was elected President. It’s kind of funny because not a month before Trump won, Obama himself laughed off the idea of Russia interfering with an American election. That is just absurd he said! Of course, every Democrat’s tune changed the moment things didn’t go their way and here we are now! In the spirit of April Fool’s Day, Russia decided to have a little fun with the democrats and it is too funny.

According to The Blaze: 

In what could go down as one of the most interesting April Fools’ Day pranks of all time, the Russian Foreign Ministry posted on its Facebook page an audio file that supposedly showed the agency’s new switchboard message.

The message begins with, “You have reached the Russian Embassy. Your call is very important to us.”

“To arrange a call from a Russian diplomat to your political opponent, press 1,” the recording continues (in both English and Russian). Users are then instructed to “press 2” in order “to use the services of Russian hackers.” For “election interference” requests, “press 3.”

Here is the call in Russian.

 The AP confirmed that it was indeed the Russian Ministry and it was meant as a joke. On Thursday, Putin the “endless and groundless” accusations of Russian meddling in the U.S. election, describing them “as part of the U.S. domestic political struggle.”

 There has been no evidence that Russia in any way affected the actual election and there has been no evidence as yet of any collusion about the election between the Trump team and Russia. On the other hand, there has been plenty of evidence of Russian connections to the Podesta brothers including and Tony Podesta against U.S. sanctions on Russia.
 Thank you Russia for that laugh, it was much needed!
H/T: Young Conservatives

 

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