Russian Spy Maria Butina Gets State TV Hosting Gig

From the pro-Trump Washington Examiner:

Maria Butina wore a “foreign agent” T-shirt to promote her new gig as a Russian state television host. Butina, who was not charged with espionage but pleaded guilty to conspiring to act as a foreign agent by infiltrating a gun rights group and cultivating relationships with conservative politicians, was deported in October after an 18-month prison sentence.

“Well, I’m home now,” Butina said in a promotional clip for the show Wonderful Russia Bu Bu Bu, according to Reuters. The show’s name mocks the slogan “Wonderful Russia of the future” of prominent Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny. “Bu bu bu” roughly translates to “blah blah blah,” but “bu” is also the beginning of the Russian word for future.