The U.S. meddles in Russian elections, in 4-sentence news story
The U.S. media is very, very concerned about foreign governments meddling in elections. That's why it dedicated a whole four sentences to our meddling.
(Reuters) - Russia summoned U.S. Ambassador John Sullivan on Friday over alleged interference by the United States in an election, Russian agencies TASS and RIA reported, quoting a diplomatic source.
Russian news agencies reported earlier that Sullivan had been summoned over an issue with accreditations for Russian journalists working in the United States.
The agencies did not specify which election was discussed. Russia will hold a parliamentary election next week.
The second sentence actually didn't apply to our election meddling, so it's really three sentences. Plus, the third sentence showed that Reuters didn't really care about the details. That's it.
#US ambassador in #Moscow John Sullivan summoned to @mfa_russia over alleged attempts to interfere in #Russia's Duma elections (due Sept 19). Deputy FM Ryabkov reportedly informed Sullivan that has "hard evidence" of US 'big tech' companies breaching election laws pic.twitter.com/KK3aprmQKa
— Maxim A. Suchkov (@m_suchkov) September 10, 2021
Our election meddling is funny and entertaining. So it doesn't require any examining.