According to reports, Russia’s foreign ministry announced on Friday that they are banning 500 U.S. citizens from entering their country. On that list is none other than former President Barack Obama.
This comes after the Durham report results showed that former President Donald Trump is innocent in any collusion with Russia, and the the former administration actually played a huge part in making it all up.
NEW: Russia just banned Barack Obama from entering the country
Looks like they figured out who’s actually running our countryhttps://t.co/86F9FLgzlY
— DC_Draino (@DC_Draino) May 19, 2023
The Ministry stated that “It is high time for Washington to learn that no hostile attack on Russia will go unpunished.”
It continued, “The principle of the inevitability of punishment will be consistently applied, whether we are talking about tougher sanctions pressure or discriminatory steps to hinder the professional activities of our fellow citizens.”
Looks like they finally realized who is ACTUALLY pulling the strings around here, eh?
BREAKING: On the heels of the release of the Durham Report showing Obama’s involvement in election interference and the Russian collusion hoax in 2016, Russia has banned the disgraced president from entering the country. https://t.co/B8AQNkNbBL pic.twitter.com/RHTOIh8dl8
— @amuse (@amuse) May 19, 2023
Human Events reports:
Also included on the list are Capitol officer Michael Byrd, who fatally shot Ashli Babbitt on January 6, 2021, New York Attorney General Letitia James, various House Representatives and Senators, White House Chief of Staff Jeffrey Zients, late night tv host Jimmy Kimmel, and Pennsylvania Governor Josh Shapiro, among many others.
The move comes on the same day as the leaders at the G7 summit in Japan, announced In a joint statement they would be “taking new steps to ensure that Russia’s illegal aggression against the sovereign state of Ukraine fails and to support the Ukrainian people in their quiet for a just peace rooted in respect for International law.
Reuters reported that the US also announced Friday that they were taking action against more than 300 people in an effort to punish Russia for invading Ukraine over a year ago. US Treasury Department Secretary Janet Yellen said in a statement “Today’s actions will further tighten the vise on Putin’s ability to wage his barbaric invasion and will advance our global efforts to cut off Russian attempts to evade sanctions.”
In the move, the US added 71 companies to a trade export blacklist for supporting Russia. The sanctions target oil and gas projects, as well as the production of goods that aid in the war effort such as gunpowder and aircraft repair parts.
Check it out:
G7 leaders' statement on Ukraine pic.twitter.com/iblEWMrxza
— Richard Walker (@rbsw) May 19, 2023