Reporter: "A new AP poll found that only 26% of Americans want the U.S. to play a major role in this crisis…"— The Hill (@thehill) February 23, 2022
Jen Psaki: "We make national security decisions based on what's best for our country's national security, not on the latest polling." pic.twitter.com/njXP1aoVYq
Ukraine isn't a democracy. It's a State Department client state. pic.twitter.com/Vww44gwX4k— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) February 24, 2022
This is Tucker Carlson’s finest hour.
He had the honor of being compared to Father Coughlin at The Bulwark this morning.
Tucker, of course, is entirely correct to focus on the things that Americans actually care about like inflation and skyrocketing rent and gas prices, not to mention soaring crime and record illegal immigration and Wokeism and failed COVID policies. Above all else, no one should have any confidence in the Biden administration to wade into this Ukraine mess in light of the litany of other blooming disasters on their watch. This isn’t the Taliban that Mark Milley and Lloyd Austin are dealing with in Donbas.