America Never Made It to the Moon, Claims Putin’s Russia Apparatchik

The United States astronauts “never landed on the moon,” according to a fresh outburst of anti-American propaganda coming from the heart of Putin’s Russia.

Fresh Bout of Anti-American Hatred

Moscow has been spewing absolutely spiteful anti-American, anti-Western propaganda for over 100 years now.

They’ve done this since the Bolshevik Communists took it over in 1917 – regardless of the fact the United States has saved Russians multiple times since then.

That includes saving Russia from famine during the communist civil war. America also saved Russia from Nazi extermination during World War II and again from famine in the 1990s.

Moscow’s propaganda has been spreading all kinds of insane lies about America.

This time, the source of the direct propaganda attack is Dmitry Rogozin, a former “journalist,” former head of the Russian Space Agency “Roscosmos,” and former deputy prime minister.

In December 2022, Rogozin got what he deserved for all of his vicious anti-American and anti-Western work. He was heavily wounded by Ukrainian artillery fire during a visit to the Russian-occupied parts of Ukraine.

The senior Putin apparatchik must have received it because he is now back to making vile anti-American claims – namely, that Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin never went to the moon and the entire 1969 moon landing was faked by the US.

Bizarre Experience of Putin’s Operative

Rogozin wrote in a Telegram post that during his work as head of Roscosmos, he tried to find Russian evidence that Armstrong and Aldrin had been to the moon, the Gateway Pundit reports.

He claimed he discovered no “documentary evidence” whatsoever at the Russian space agency that the US made it to the moon.

Rogozin said he had been wondering why Soviet cosmonauts came back to earth groggy, while Americans returned from the moon fresh “like cucumbers from a garden.”

He claimed his only Russian finding about the US moon landing was a book containing a comment by Russian cosmonaut Leonov.

Rogozin’s post slammed the former collaboration between Roscosmos and NASA, claiming there were Americans’ “people,” i.e., collaborators, in the Moscow establishment.