A Civil War is raging inside the US government and Americans are being manipulated to fight each other as the proxies of these assclowns.
That’s why it’s so fabulous when prank-call maestros, Vovan and Lexus brilliantly show up unsavory US politicians as the underhanded scumbags that they are. They’ve done this previously with John McCain, Maxine Waters and more recently, Nikki Haley. And, yes, it’s all the more delicious that these comedians are Russian.
This most recently-publicized stunt of Vladimir Kuznetsov and Alexei Stolyarov aka “Vovan and Lexus” was a prank call to California Congressman Adam Schiff, recorded back in April 2017.
Posing as Andriy Parubiy, the Neo-Nazi Chairman of the Ukrainian parliament, they called Schiff in his capacity on the House Intelligence Committee investigating Trump’s Russia collusion.
Claiming to have “Pictures of naked Trump,” from the latter’s alleged fling with Russian model and singer Olga Buzova, during his visit to Moscow for the Miss Universe Pageant in 2013, they told Schiff that Putin had received this material through Busova friend and Putin goddaughter, journalist Ksenia Sobchak. Together, the two recorded an audio describing the photos and their circumstances. Further, “Parubiy” stated that a famous Russian folksinger had acted as Putin’s intermediary in a meeting with Gen. Michael Flynn at a Russian café in Brooklyn’s Brighton Beach, where he promised that the naked photos would not be released if Trump would cancel the Russian sanctions.
Schiff’s response to all of this was, “Obviously, we would welcome a chance to get copies of those recordings, so we will try to work with the FBI to figure out, along with your staff how we can obtain copies of those.”
Then the pranskters offered to arrest and extradite Buzova and Sobchak to the US during their imminent tour of Ukraine, and “You can put them to your special jail, Guantanamo.”
Schiff politely thanked the caller saying, “Very helpful. I appreciate it. Anything else you wanted to add today?” Schiff’s spokesman told The Atlantic that they knew the call was “probably bogus,” however the contents of this call are far less insane than the $12 million urophilic Steele Dossier, written between June and December 2016 and used as a justification by the FBI to order a FISA Warrant to spy on Trump and his campaign staff.