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Saturday, December 16, 2017

“The earth is flat”: in Twitter Pushkov ridiculed, called Mask decoy

Senator Alexei Pushkov in Twitter called decoy the head of the company SpaceX Elon musk, announced that rockets created for the Mars program, can be used for travel between different points on Earth. Twitter users with doubts Pushkov agreed.

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Alexei Pushkov.

“Hoaxer Elon Musk has proposed the use of rockets for flight on Earth. And Kim Jong UN’s working the same. And he’s a lot closer to the goal,” – wrote Pushkov.

Commentators Pushkov was surprised by his words. So, a well-known blogger Rustem Adagamov reminded the Senator that “hoaxer Elon Musk launched in 2017, the same PH (rockets – ed.) as Russia. And in October will launch two more Falcon”.

“The earth is flat” – ironically agreed with the Senator another user.

Pushkov reminded about the Russian “advances” in electronics compared to the success of the United States: “the Hoaxers from Apple every year vparivayut Lohamei new phones, while the Russian smartphones much closer to the goal.”

However, the irony Pushkov, who announced a “proximity to target” the North Korean dictator, were not understood: “Vladivostok You mean?” – asked him.

Recall that the Russian media regularly cover all tweets Pushkov, commenting mostly geopolitical agenda, while at the same time and not have her influence. According to journalist Alexei Kovalev, for Senator Twitter handles his daughter.

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