Monday 2 January 2023

WAR FOOTING: Biden Regime Provided Real-Time Sensitive Targeting Information to Kill Russian Generals

 In 2021 Joe Biden and the US Military surrendered to the Taliban terrorists and armed them with over $80 billion in US weapons, supplies, and military bases.

Joe Biden stranded several thousand Americans and green card holders in the country as the Taliban took control.

Instead, Joe Biden filled planes with tens of thousands of unvetted Afghans and flew them to America where they later caused nearly $260 million in damages at US Military bases.

And after Joe Biden and the US military abandoned the Bagram Air Base, hundreds of violent prisoners were released from prison including the terrorist who murdered 13 Americans and dozens of Afghans in a deadly terrorist attack at the Kabul Airport. 

No one was ever held accountable for the failures and surrender to the Taliban in Afghanistan including Joe Biden. The American people allowed this to happen.

Now Joe Biden, Democrats, Mitch McConnell, and Senate Republicans are pushing the US into war with nuclear Russia.

These people are suicidal. They do not represent the American people. They represent the war machine.

And while you were sleeping the Biden Regime was already dragging the US into another war – this time with Russia.

Biden and the US military were providing real-time highly sensitive data to Ukrainian forces that allowed them to kill dozens of Russian generals.

The New York Post reported:

American intelligence agencies gave highly sensitive data to the Ukrainian armed forces that allowed them to track and kill a dozen Russian generals and sink the Russian flagship Moskva, a new book reveals — despite strident administration denials.

A “furious” President Joe Biden gave “presidential tongue-lashings” to CIA chief Bill Burns and other top aides in May after leakers told NBC News and the New York Times that Ukrainians had been given real-time intelligence from US sources.

“He didn’t like what he considered to be publicly taunting the Russians,” White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain told author Chris Whipple in the forthcoming book “The Fight of His Life,” out Jan. 17.

The reports of secret streams of real-time battlefield intelligence drew a furious response from the Kremlin — and instant repudiation from the Pentagon, the National Security Council, and Biden’s press office.

“We do not provide intelligence with the intent to kill Russian generals,” NSC spokesperson Adrienne Wilson said May 5.

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