Dominic Cummings denies working for Russia, despite constant appearances as an 80s movie Villain.

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Dominic Cummings denies working for Russia, despite constant appearances as an 80s movie Villain

Dominic Cummings, the prime minister’s most senior adviser, is facing questions over his past activities in Russia, after a whistleblower came forward with concerns that Cummings may have ties to Russia.

Cummings has denied these concerns, despite new damning evidence that he was a constant mainstay as a Russian villain in the 1980s.

One of Cummings first appearances was fighting Rocky Balboa in Rocky 4, after killing Balboa’s mentor Apollo Creed in the ring.
Cummings has said the fact he represented Russia was not for political reasons, and stated: “They shun me at the end. They love Rocky. How could I be working for Russia? They literally chant for an Italian-American over me.”

Cummings later appeared in the movie Red Dawn, as part of a Russian military strike against the US, invading Colorado.
Cummings gets shot by a member of resistance faction ‘The Wolverines’, and bragged to friends he had the honour of getting an AK-47 blast courtesy of Patrick Swayze, but it is believed he actually had the indignity of getting shot by Charlie Sheen.

Cummings was later seen working for Russian crime gangs and getting murdered by action stars such as Arnold Schwarzenegger, Chuck Norris, and (as much as he refuses to admit) Steven Segal.

Cummings tried to get murdered by Timothy Dalton’s James Bond in The Living Daylights, but was passed over, as audiences were disappointed Bond didn’t spend 25 minutes ‘beating the shit out of him’ beforehand.

Boris Johnson refuse to acknowledge the accusations leveled against Cummings, describing him as a man who merely has ‘a passion for being murdered in patriotic, schlocky action classics’ and that ‘the fact Harrison Ford hates his guts’ is just a total coincidence.

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