Voters in Bulgaria and Moldova have answered to the harsh anti-Russian hysteria of the EU mainstream media and political establishment, voting for the so-called ‘pro-Russian’ candidates in the presidential elections.
Bulgarians elect allegedly pro-Russian former air force commander Rumen Radev while Moldovans casted their votes to Igor Dodon also described as a pro-Russian candidate.
The presidential elections in Bulgaria and Moldova conducted jitters in the mainstream media that already described their results as ‘Moscow’s victory’.
Even considering that both candidates are only theoretically ‘pro-Russian’, the elections’ resuls show that Moldovans and Bulgarians don’t have a will to follow the mainstream propaganda in their decisions. The same effect could be observed during the US presidential election and the Brexit vote in the UK.