Biden’s Administration Might Be In A “Tough Spot” With Ukraine

The Ukrainian-Russian conflict has been a topic in the news lately, but what doesn’t appear to be a hot topic is Russia’s actual desire to go to war with Ukraine. Russia has pulled back tens of thousands of troops near Ukraine doing drills and military exercises. Russia hasn’t excited munitions production, so it doesn’t appear that there will be a Ukrainian invasion. Instead of going to Russia and speaking to Vladimir Putin, President Joe Biden’s Administration has had phone calls and keeps edging closer to the invasion theory.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken spoke to George Stephanopoulos on ABC’s This Week and was asked about Russia having military troops surrounding Ukraine on three sides and Russia’s statements about the Ukrainian people and Russian people being one.

Blinken responded, “George, I don’t know if the decision has been made, and it’s clear that we’ve offered him two paths forward. One is through diplomacy and dialogue. The other is through deterrents and massive consequences for Russia.” Blinken said that there are conversations taking place with NATO and others.

When asked what would happen if Russia did invade, Blinken said that there would be “economical, financial, and other consequences, as well as NATO almost certainly having to reinforce its positions on its eastern flank near Russia.”

The question is, would the Biden Administration try to hide something from Biden’s past by being overly contentious with Russia?

If the Biden Administration doesn’t help Ukraine, they might be afraid of information about Joe’s son, Hunter Biden. He still hasn’t been thoroughly investigated by the Department of Justice.

Everyone remembers when Joe Biden went to Ukraine and had the prosecutor fired, right? Now, Hunter’s taxes are under federal investigation, but they haven’t finished the investigation in over a year and a half. It’s proceeding, but there hasn’t been much talk of it recently. The investigation is trying to determine if there were any money laundering and tax violations with Hunter’s business dealing with Burisma, a Ukrainian energy company. Hunter served on the board at the company with no experience, but he was the vice president’s son, which probably helped out a lot.

While Hunter was on the board, Joe was making foreign policy decisions. No suspicious activity there!

With all of the corruption in the Biden family, it’s surprising that anyone would want to vote for him, but there’s speculation that 81 million people did.