Biden Commits To Euro War While U.S. Conditions Deteriorate

Americans have grown increasingly concerned with quality of life conditions in the United States since Joe Biden and the Democrats stole the 2020 presidential election.

The (scam)demic is still raging, labor conditions are in utter despair, we’re told jobs are abundant yet no one seems to be hiring, health care costs have skyrocketed along with consumer products and basic services, parents are under attack and unable to pay for their children’s education, small businesses remained closed due to draconian lockdown measures, crime is up and most face addiction problems — yet Joe Biden, the cognitively deficient commander in chief, has committed thousands of U.S. troops to fight in a potential military conflict with Russia.

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin put roughly 8,500 troops on “heightened alert” for a potentially quick deployment to Eastern Europe as the region prepares for the possibility of a Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Austin issued the order at the direction of Joe Biden, Pentagon spokesman John Kirby told reporters on Monday. He also noted that no final decision about deployment has been made yet.

Gen. Austin’s Pentagon orders comes directly after NATO agreed to deploy additional ships and fighter jets to operate as a “deterrence and defense as Russia continues its military build-up in and around Ukraine.” However, the troops will be sent to nearby countries and not Ukraine itself.

Over the passed weeks, Putin has mobilized more than 10,000 troops along the Russia-Ukraine border, creating a deja vu scenario that closely resembles a 2014 military incursion into Crimea. The Obama-Biden administration oversaw the geopolitical nightmare in 2014, and Biden himself will be forced to take responsibility if military violence breaks out in Ukraine.

White House press secretary Jen Psaki also told reporters on Monday that Russian military aggression could “come at any time” and that it is “prepared in any moment to take military action.”

Over the weekend, Secretary of State Antony Blinken ordered “eligible family members” of U.S. diplomats in Kyiv to leave the country and granted permission for “non-emergency U.S. government employees” to depart if they so choose.

Meanwhile, the United States embassy in Ukraine is located hundreds of miles away from any possible military conflict on the border. Ukrainian President Zelensky suggested that American diplomats may even be safer in Ukraine than in Los Angeles, a progressive city overrun with violent crime.

It appears the Biden administration is chomping at the bit to involve the U.S. in another major European war at the behest of globalist world governments such as NATO — a war, by the way, we are not poised to win.

Author: Asa McCue