Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-CA) was recently fooled by notorious Russian pranksters, Vladimir Kuznetsov and Alexey Stolyarov. (Video below)
Vladimir Kuznetsov and Alexey Stolyarov are Russian pranksters who also go by the stage names Vovan and Lexus, decided to pull a prank on Maxine Waters convincing her that climate change activist Greta Thunberg had crucial dirt on President Trump’s dealings with Ukraine.
Vovan and Lexus are the same duos that convinced Adam Schiff they had nude photos of the President that could be used as blackmail. Schiff was also recently trolled by Team Trump who released a hilarious ‘Pencil Neck’ t-shirt.
In the video below, the fake Greta Thunberg along with her ‘father’ called Maxine Waters and convinced her into throwing her support behind an island called Chunga-Changa. Except that the Island doesn’t even exist.
“What’s the name of the island they are targeting?” Waters asked.
“Chunga-Changa,” said the pranksters.
Waters goes on for three-minutes ranting and addressing a non-existent audience.
Greta Thunberg’s ‘father’ then tells Waters that he has confidential and damaging insider information on Trump’s dealings with Ukraine from Greta’s meeting with the President at the UN.
“[Trump] said to her, ‘You know, little girl, nobody believes you anyway, I will tell you the truth. I really pushed on Ukrainian president and you know that you will never achieve your goals like those congressional fools that accuse me,” Greta’s ‘father’ said to Waters.
“Oh my God, he mentioned the Ukrainian president?” Waters responds.
The fake Greta Thunberg then offers to testify before Congress.
“And if the public knew that he talked to Greta like that, he made her cry, and told her she would never achieve – this will go against him, too,” Waters said.
The Russians then told Waters they have recorded President Trump’s conversation, to which Maxine Waters responds by asking for a meeting so she can get her hands on the evidence.
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