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Putin Has Now Sent 100,000 Russian Troops To Ukrainian Border; Orchestrators Of Impeachment Sham Nowhere To Be Found


On January 16, 2020, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi marched (perhaps stumbled) joyously to the Senate floor to deliver Articles of Impeachment against President Donald Trump.

Democrats accused President Trump of strong-arming Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky into announcing an investigation into Joe Biden to damage his Presidential aspirations.

Another key component of the Impeachment sham was the insistence Trump threatened to withhold military aid to Ukraine in order to get what he wanted.

House managers argued shamelessly that President Trump’s actions put our “ally” Ukraine in grave danger because Vladimir Putin is the boogey man, blah blah blah.

As soon as Trump was acquitted, Democrats retreated with their tails between their legs and we haven’t heard a peep from them about Ukraine ever since.

That’s pretty rich. Considering what’s happening on their border now.

We are nearly two years removed from the Democrat’s “debunked” and “baseless” Trump-Ukraine conspiracy theories (how’s that taste of your own medicine, liberal morons) that put the American people through hell watching Adam Schiff make a fool out of himself on television over the span of a few months.


Flash forward to today:

Russian President Vladimir Putin has by some estimates, amassed close to 100,000 troops on the country’s western border with Ukraine.

NBC News reported on the recent developments and the UN’s urging of Russia to back off:

The United States and its allies are stepping up pressure on Russian President Vladimir Putin over two crises on the fringes of Europe that they blame the Kremlin for inflaming.

In the freezing forests and swamplands of the Poland-Belarus border, unrest flared Tuesday after Polish police fired tear gas and water cannons at some of the thousands of migrants stranded there.

Meanwhile, Russia is massing troops on its border with Ukraine, prompting fears of a repeat of 2014 when Moscow invaded the Ukrainian peninsula of Crimea.

Washington and the Europeans accuse the Kremlin of complicity in both issues.

They say Belarus, Putin’s only ally in Europe, is deliberately pushing Middle East migrants toward the border with Poland on the false promise of easy access into the European Union. Belarus has made little effort to stop the migrants, fomenting a tense standoff with Polish police that escalated Tuesday.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in a tweet Sunday that the manufactured migrant crisis was a deliberate attempt “to threaten security, sow division, and distract from Russia’s activities on the border with Ukraine.”

French President Emmanuel Macron spoke with Putin by phone Monday. Afterward one of his advisers said that NATO would be prepared to defend the sovereignty of Ukraine if necessary, Reuters reported. Ukraine has campaigned for NATO membership but has been unsuccessful so far.

Not only is Putin pestering Ukraine once again, he is also involved in a sketchy scenario on the Poland-Belarus border as well.

Despite Putin’s current infringements in Eastern Europe, Ukraine has been left out to dry by Joe Biden.

The exact same creep that Democrats used as a tool for months in their seditious attempt to take out President Trump (for the 1,000th time).

The NBC News article continues on with some more context:

Meanwhile, on Russia’s border with Ukraine to the south, Moscow has mobilized some 100,000 troops, according to Ukrainian government estimates. This is not the first buildup this year, with similar numbers sending alarm through Western capitals in the spring.

Russia and Ukraine have been locked in conflict since 2014, when Russia annexed Crimea and began supporting separatists in the country’s east. That war has rumbled on ever since, costing some 14,000 lives despite a series of shaky ceasefires.

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg told a news conference Monday that the “significant, large Russian military buildup” was “unusual” and noted that “Russia has been willing to use these types of military capabilities before to conduct aggressive actions against Ukraine.”

Some experts believe Putin is attempting to use these threats to gain extra leverage in the stalled Ukraine peace talks — and to warn the West that backing Ukraine comes with a cost.

Part of the problem is that the U.S. and Europe have not been strong enough in condemning Russian aggression in Ukraine, and Belarusian repression of opposition activists, Lutsevych at Chatham House said.

“Putin believes that the West is not serious about the region: He believes it’s just lip service being paid to Ukraine and the Belarusian opposition,” Lutsevych said. “These problems are not going away. The West and Ukraine have to remain vigilant because this is a war of attrition.”

So where is Joe Biden?

Is he “withholding aid” from our most important ally Ukraine?

Hey, those are Adam Schiff’s insinuations not mine.

President Trump had a perfect phone call with President Zelensky and everyone knows it. Adam Schiff started the entire thing, by mischaracterizing words.

You can always bank on Adam making a fool out of himself.

He just can’t help himself.

As a matter of fact, he is willing to look into every single allegation and examine it with the utmost scrutiny.

Stone cold loser!

Unfortunately, the Military Industrial Complex is already frothing at the mouth over this whole deal.

15 neo-Con war mongers in the House have already sent a letter to Biden asking him to intervene.

(Eye roll)

Stay tuned for more.

Putin is not afraid of what Biden thinks.


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