The military theater in Ukraine is getting a bit sloppy.
Despite the deep state’s efforts to keep everyone in fear of a seemingly inevitable World War three that could erupt at any moment what we’re seeing on screen is more of a comedy show. It was allegedly taken last week when Biden made his surprise visit to Kyiv.
In a photo circulating on social media, you see Biden and Zelensky walking up the stairs. But there is another man behind Zelensky. It’s a doppelganger following him although I don’t think was supposed to be in the shot.
There is also a video of Biden and Zelensky walking outside, while air raid alarm blasts in the background. According to reporters in Kyiv, they hadn’t heard those air raid sirens for days except for the short time while bidden made his visit. The sirens apparently make for better video footage. Biden becomes the brave president visiting a war-torn country during its time of need. For Ukraine, it’s a reminder that the country is under imminent attack and that’s why we need to continue giving them money and resources. But the lies won’t last for long.
Just recently a former cable news person made a tweet about the lack of war footage from the Ukraine-Russia conflict. He said, “I am sick and tired of the lack of footage of the Ukraine war. I worked in cable news. I am initiated. If it bleeds, it leads. Where is the war footage? Where are the Pulitzer prize-winning photos? This smacks of a scam and the American people are fed up.”
We’re tired of our elected officials promising billions of dollars to a country while our grocery and utility bills have been doubled.
During a recent press conference on the anniversary of Russia Ukraine conflict, a reporter asked Zelensky about his thoughts on a growing number of Americans who believe their country is giving too much money and support to Ukraine. Zelensky responded with some veiled threats.
So, if the US doesn’t support Ukraine, they lose their superpower status, they will lose NATO and it will lead to World War three according to Zelensky. So far, the US has pledged $113 billion dollars to Ukraine’s war effort, vowing to continue pouring money into the conflict for “as long as it takes.”