Looks like the sanctions have had zero effect.
Rebel News’ Jeremy Loffredo is in Moscow, Russia, where the prices of fuel and food is a hell of a lot cheaper than here in America.
Milk: 89 rubles= $1.41
Bread: 60 rubles= .95 cents
1lb ground beef: 175 rubles= $2.78
Eggs: 99 rubles= $1.47
Mushrooms: 79 rubles= $1.25
Total: 499 rubles = $7.92
Gas: 47 rubles per liter= 2,75 a gallon
The most disgusting aspect of this is that the economy of a former Soviet communist empire is doing better than ours. It’s almost as if the roles have switched.