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Tucker Carlson Exposes The Reality Of Russian Grocery Stores

Tucker Carlson did quite a bit of journalism during his time in Russia, aside from his interview with the longtime President Vladimir Putin. He also decided to take a look at specific things that have been propagandized by the West. One key issue he pointed out was a grocery store. This store was inside a mall that appeared to be pretty well maintained. Contrary to popular belief driven by old images of a failing USSR, Russian grocery stores appear well-stocked with excellent, fresh items. The food looks healthier and much cheaper despite the sanctions imposed by the West. Tucker and his crew averaged about $400 weekly to buy food for themselves in the United States. A similar quantity and type of food in Russia costs about $100.

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1776 on X: “Tucker Carlson We’ve been told sanctions on Russia have had a devastating effect on its economy. We visited a grocery store in Moscow and found a very different situation. https://t.co/oPF1WUE6Ec” / X

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