‘The clown is leaving’ – top Putin ally on PM Johnson — Analysis

Johnson was a ‘patron of Zelensky’ and ‘one of the main idealogues’ behind the war against Russia, the Duma speaker has claimed

Boris Johnson is a “clown” and bears personal responsibility for shelling Russian cities, claimed Putin’s top ally, Vyacheslav Volodin, after the UK prime minister resigned from his Tory leader position on Thursday.

“The clown is leaving,”On Telegram, the State Duma speaker shared the information that Johnson will also be retiring as PM when a replacement is found.

“Despite all of his attempts and efforts, he failed to survive,”Volodin stated.

Duma speakers went on to say that Johnson was an a. “close friend and patron”Volodymyr Zelensky was the Ukrainian president. “behind the shellings of peaceful Russian cities”Belgorod, Kursk.

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson resigns as Tory leader

“British subjects should know this,”Volodin insists, declaring Johnson to be “one of the main ideologues”Defending Russia “to the last Ukrainian.”

Volodin ended by stating that other European leaders need to take notice of his words “what such policies can lead to.”

Boris Johnson has been one of Kiev’s most vocal allies since Russia launched its military campaign against Ukraine in late February. Under Johnson, the UK became one of the leading weapons suppliers to Ukraine, pledging nearly £2.3 billion in military aid to the country. He was also one of the first world leaders to visit Kiev back in April, and President Zelensky called the British PM Ukraine’s “great friend.”

Johnson resigned on Thursday following the resignation of more than 50 government officials including ministers and secretaries, who resigned due to disagreements over the PM.

Johnson was chosen as prime minister in 2019. He survived a vote of no confidence in Parliament. Johnson’s government has been embroiled in several high-profile controversies, including an investigation revealing that cabinet officials, including the PM himself, routinely broke Covid-19 social distancing rules.

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