Note how the pro-Russia trolls continue erasing Russia's role from what's happening *entirely.* They are so intellectually corrupt it's almost comical. https://t.co/6comHXltP4— Greg Sargent (@ThePlumLineGS) October 11, 2022
The “central mission” of the Biden presidency is sending billions of dollars to Ukraine which is being used as a proxy by Western liberals to fight Russia and to foment regime change in Russia.
“As these discussions show, Biden is now pushing hard to hold together what has become a central mission of his presidency: maintaining the global and domestic coalition supporting Ukraine. As the war heads into its first winter, probably a bitter and brutal one, some U.S. allies face economic headwinds fueled by the war, while at home some Republicans voice skepticism about the billions in aid going to Ukraine. …”
The momentum is on our side.
After flushing over $60 billion down the drain on this, the public is growing tired of sending shipment after shipment of weapons to Ukraine.
“Even as Biden scrambles to hold together his global coalition, cracks are showing in political support at home for the billions in aid the United States is sending Ukraine. Those fissures are likely to widen significantly if Republicans recapture the House on Nov. 8.
A Pew Research poll shows that the share of Americans who are extremely or very concerned about a Ukrainian defeat fell from 55 percent in May to 38 percent in September. Among Republicans and Republican-leaning independents, 32 percent say the United States is providing too much support for the war — up from 9 percent in March. …”
If Democrats hold Congress in the midterms, spending tens of billions of dollars fueling the war in Ukraine for “as long as it takes” will remain our official policy for the next two years.
So far, the White House has been able to maintain bipartisan support for several multibillion-dollar aid and weapons packages to Ukraine, but some Republicans aligned with former president Donald Trump have begun raising questions about why the United States is spending so much money on a distant war overseas. And a decision last week by a Saudi- and Russian-led coalition to slash oil production is likely to send gas prices climbing again, which could sour the public even further. …
Still, when asked how long the United States can be expected to pour billions into the war effort, Biden and his top aides frequently say: “As long as it takes.” …
Zelensky won’t agree to negotiate an end to the war until Putin is removed from power in Russia. The goal is regime change in Russia. Joe Biden is backing his puppet Zelensky on regime change.
“That’s a decision for the Ukrainians to make,” a senior State Department official said. “Our job now is to help them be in absolutely the best position militarily on the battlefield … for that day when they do choose to go to the diplomatic table.”
The Ukrainian president now says that only if Putin is removed from power would Ukraine consider coming back to the table. “We will negotiate with the new president,” Zelensky said in a video address. …”
Removing Joe Biden and the Democrats from power is the only thing that will end the war in Ukraine. It is the only thing that will force Ukraine to negotiate a ceasefire. Otherwise, this is going to continue until David Frum and Anne Applebaum get their way and Russia is destabilized to the point where Putin is toppled from power, which isn’t going to happen until nukes are literally flying.