Russian state TV commentator Margarita Simonyan blamed the development, or lack thereof, of "the Western world" for accelerating "the destruction of mankind."
Newsweek has rounded up eight appalling comments made on Russian state TV since President Vladimir Putin ordered the invasion of Ukraine in February.
Margarita Simonyan is described by the U.S. State Department as "one of Russian President Vladimir Putin's main faces of propaganda and disinformation."
Western leaders imposed severe sanctions on Russia in response to Vladimir Putin's Ukraine invasion, which began on February 24.
"I won't name [the red lines] due to the military tactics. Why would we show them our cards in advance?" Putin reportedly said.
Communications regulator Ofcom made the decision after conducting 29 investigations into claims of impartiality violations against the broadcaster.
Meta and Twitter are among the companies that have cracked down on RT in recent days, along with fellow Russian state media outlet Sputnik.
The Fox News personality decried the conflict in Ukraine Thursday, days after expressing sympathy for Russian leader Vladimir Putin.
The Star Trek star has been criticized for his new show appearing on Kremlin-funded RT America.
Andrew Giuliani defended his father, suggesting that a Justice Department investigation into Trump's former attorney is politically motivated.
Scott Atlas told RT Saturday that government lockdown measures, and to a lesser extent coronavirus, are what's really killing people.
Russian network, RT described the base as "untouched." National Security expert and Pod Save the World host Ben Rhodes was critical of the way the base was left in a tweet.
Millions of people died in the Gulags.
Russian media have worked to promote tensions between Turkey and NATO, encouraged Ankara to support Russian actions in Eurasia and the Middle East and influenced the country's internal political development to transform it into a "more compliant partner."
After airing a segment on the so-called deep state, the media giant required anchors to read a script lamenting fake news stories.
The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs promised to hand over evidence of the alleged attempts to U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
A photo of the Russian leader's meeting with Mike Flynn has resurfaced in the wake of the U.S. general's guilty plea in the Russian interference probe.
As Washington urges Russia's state-funded network to register as a "foreign agent," Moscow is considering restrictions on all international press.
Russia's Foreign Ministry has vowed to "surprise" Washington if Kremlin-funded outlets are blocked and accused Twitter of being beholden to the U.S. security agencies.
The Justice Department is also looking into Sputnik, another media outlet with ties to the Russian government, a former correspondent has said.
Russian disinformation is becoming a serious problem and The U.S. is showing a complete lack of leadership on fighting it.
The evidence presents a compelling picture of a corrupt intent to obstruct justice.
The probe is seen as retaliation for a bill that would empower the DOJ to look into the operations of Russia-funded RT.