Only a President as corrupt as Volodymyr Zelensky would feel comfortable tanking the U.S. economy while simultaneously entertaining celebrities while war supposedly rages in Ukraine.
Let’s face it: Zelensky is no stranger to the spotlight.
Prior to becoming President of Ukraine, Zelensky was a song-and-dance man. He appeared on many television shows, including Dancing with the Stars — a dancing content that he actually won.
#President #Zelensky in 2006 on season 1 #DancingWithTheStars. I remember sitting in front of the TV and voting for this couple.He won the contest btw. Just saying. #Ukraine #UkraineRussiaWar #UkraineUnderAttack #StandWithUkraine #StopRussia #RussiaInvadedUkraine #Kyiv #Dancing pic.twitter.com/fuaE0Qe68N
— Rita Armstrong🇺🇦 (@saint_rebel) April 3, 2022
Very light on the loafers, there, Zelensky!
He even made a cameo appearance at the 2022 Grammy Awards.
— UKRAINIAN WAR (@ukrainianwar24) April 6, 2022
Meanwhile, Zelensky has the gall to single out certain nations that don’t profess their undying support for Ukraine while demanding money and munitions from the U.S. and Europe.
His star f****** tour continues, this time with Hollywood actor Ben Stiller.
Stiller, who is currently serving as a global goodwill ambassador to the U.N, met with Zelensky to discuss the humanitarian crisis spurred by Putin’s military invasion of Ukraine.
Celebrities have always involved themselves with matters of the State, but typically for entertainment purposes, like performing for U.S. troops — not sitting down with world leaders to discuss policy.
Stiller, 56, met with the comedian-turned-president, praising him as a “hero,” after visiting occupied settlements in the Kyiv region on World Refugee Day, according to a statement from Zelensky’s office.
It was an honour to meet President @ZelenskyyUa on #WorldRefugeeDay as part of my visit with UNHCR @Refugees to stand in solidarity with people forced to flee in Ukraine and worldwide, and bring more attention to the humanitarian situation. @Refugees #WithRefugees pic.twitter.com/zpNpva233j
— Ben Stiller (@BenStiller) June 20, 2022
Stiller, who was accompanied by the UNHCR representative in Ukraine, Karolina Lindholm Billing, met with the president to discuss the needs of Ukrainian citizens displaced by Russia’s invasion.
“Over the years, I’ve had the chance to meet refugees and asylum-seekers from around the world, from Syria, Central America, Afghanistan, Iraq, and now Ukraine,” Stiller said in a statement obtained by People.
“Seeking safety is a right, and it needs to be upheld for every person. Protecting people forced to flee is a collective global responsibility. We have to remember this could happen to anyone, anywhere.”
It seems that actors, musicians, and other celebrities have completely forgotten (or abandoned) their place in society.
They are no longer vessels of entertainment meant to free troubled minds from daily issues. The ‘celebrity’ has morphed into a mechanism by which the Democrat Party can spread its globalist aims using a friendly face as the mouthpiece.
It’s an obfuscation tactic, one which happens to emerge every election year.
Author: Monica Hedren