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Russia-Ukraine, week 14: MSM gets defensive, Biden gets one-sided again

This Medium piece has the details. The rah-rah NYT blaming Ukrainians for not giving the US enough intelligence after previously swallowing Ukrainian claims lock, stock and barrel. Individual reporters from elsewhere admitting that for weeks now, they've known that Ukrainian official PR BS was as bad as Russia's, but they passed it on up their food chains without comment. 

Commenting on two of them, Peterson notes:

These two work for one of the most influential news outlets in the world. If they were hesitant or thinking these things, why wouldn’t they write about it BEFORE the US pledged fifty-four freaking billion dollars in aid? From day one, everything they said in this episode was incredibly obvious to teenage Twitch streamers, pothead comedians in their garages, and my dumbass over here in Central Europe.

Sounds about right.

But, since Warmonger Joe and the Fraud Squad (also seem them called the Squat) have indicated that half the GOP takes marching orders on this issue from Cucker Tarlson, this has become a tribalist issue not just with #BlueAnon voters but with #TeamBlue political hacks like David Sirota. (Check his feed for how much, or how little, he says about Russia-Ukraine. I can't, because he blocked me over telling the truth about him!)

Speaking of the Fraud, feel free to hit the poll at right.


Meanwhile, Biden's now back in full Warmonger Joe. He sent AG Merrick Garland over to Ukraine, in part to establish a US special prosecutor's position to prosecute Russian war crimes.

This of course begs the question of who's going to prosecute Ukrainian war crimes? And yes they exist.

It also begs the question of why old Merrick can find time to do this, but "somehow" he can't bring his DOJ to officially indict former Trump chief of shit/staff Mark Meadows for contempt of Congress.

The two issues are really tied together. The former is of course the bipartisan foreign policy establishment, or Nat-Sec Nutsacks™ as I call them. The second is protecting the presidency, powers of the presidency, executive privilege, etc., which the nat-secs will support if it furthers American exceptionalism and American imperialism.

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