Russia Today Editor-in-Chief accuses Twitter of collaboration with U.S. special services
By forbidding the television channel Russia Today from advertising, Twitter has, in fact, signed up to cooperate with the U.S. special services, stated RT (Russia Today) Editor-in-Chief Margarita Simonyan.
“I admit, I did not believe that Twitter was run by U.S. intelligence agencies. I thought it was a conspiracy theory. But Twitter has just admitted it. It’s a shame,” she said.
Along with this, Simonyan admitted that the Russian authorities would “respond politely” to the American media in Russia.
“It is especially unfortunate that the American media in Russia are now likely to feel the full gentleness of the Russian response,” she …read more