The New York Times is reporting that a key weakness in the United States’ approach to the war in Ukraine is the lack of good intelligence about what the Ukrainian military is doing on the ground. We’ve given Ukraine hundreds of millions of dollars in aid, weapons and support and they won’t even tell us what they are doing with the money!
This is according to the Times’ sources in the intelligence and defense community. So is this true or are the Times’ sources merely laying the groundwork for blaming Ukraine’s eventual defeat on faulty intelligence?
They want to blame the Ukraine’s loss on an intelligence failure so that the Biden admin can justify giving them all of that money. It’s an election year and Democrats are already looking really bad in the publics eye. To say the war is mostly over and that the money didn’t help much would be another whopping defeat for Biden.
It looks like the war in Ukraine may be over but the Biden administration is not telling us. They want to hide the news for as long as possible. By over, we’re talking about the decision by Russia to stop bombing most of Ukraine and focusing efforts on a smaller strategic section that it knows it can control.
The Biden administration doesn’t seem to want Americans to know the facts on the ground. The Ukraine war makes for a great distraction for Biden. He can blame Putin for high gas prices and inflation, all while avoiding responsibility for anything going wrong in our own country.
Throw in Pelosi’s ongoing sham 1/6 trial and there’s plenty to keep the attention of Americans away from Biden’s failures as the president.
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