As the war between Ukraine and Russia rages on, the Biden Administration, which took no measures to prevent the conflict from taking place and has been unable (or unwilling) to put a stop to it, is focusing its attention on an entirely different battle: the information war.
With the midterms just around the corner and the Democrat Party set for huge defeats that could see it lose control of both Houses of Congress, President Biden’s administration and lackeys in the mainstream media are focusing on an information war to convince the American public that President Biden shouldn’t be blamed for the situation he now finds himself in.
Perhaps the most blatant bit of misinformation to come from the Biden administration is National Security Advisor Jack Sullivan’s recent comment that, “We are trying to stop a war, to prevent a war, to avert a war.”
Truthfully, the assertion makes no sense.
The United States helped overthrow a democratically-elected government in Ukraine in 2014; President Biden then promoted the architect of the coup, Victoria “F— the EU” Nuland, to Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs, so she could make an even bigger mess than she’s already made.
The United States did nothing to cool tensions when it became clear that Russian President Vladimir Putin was gearing up to wage war in Ukraine; rather, NSA Jack Sullivan callously told the press that a conflict would result in an “enormous human cost” to Ukraine and “strategic costs” to Russia.
While the President has staunchly refused to send the United States military into Ukraine, he continually provokes Russia by sending weapons to the region, upping tensions and increasing the risk that President Putin will take drastic measures to bring Ukraine to heel.
However, none of that matters because, as the mainstream news media is happy to inform us, the CIA has learned how to apply “lessons from the Iraq ‘debacle’ in the information battle over the Russian invasion of Ukraine”.
Therefore, it doesn’t matter that innocent civilians are being slaughtered and Ukraine is being decimated.
It doesn’t matter that the war has spiked inflation in the United States and that many experts are warning of food shortages due to sanctions and the ongoing effect the war is having on Ukraine’s farming industry.
It doesn’t matter that gas prices are going through the roof.
All that really matters, apparently, is that the Biden Administration looks good and doesn’t get blamed for its actions.
After all, President Biden even sent the head of the CIA to Russia to warn President Putin against invading Ukraine, an odd move considering the fact that such a message is typically conveyed via diplomatic means and not by the head of an intelligence agency even if said intelligence agency head has diplomatic experience.
What’s more, President Biden didn’t even bother appointing an ambassador to Ukraine in the lead-up to the conflict, a blatant sign he and his lackeys don’t really care about preventing conflict in the historically embattled region.
The mainstream media has a track record of being dishonest with the American public.
It pushed the Russia hoax without reservations or apology, even as it became apparent that any information or disinformation emanating from Moscow did not have a make-or-break effect on the results of the 2016 elections.
It effectively campaigned for now-President Biden in the 2020 Presidential elections, warning voters of the “horrific” things that could happen if former President Donald Trump won a second term.
It then tried to blame former President Trump for the Ukraine war even though he had been out of office for over a year and, unlike President Biden’s warmongering aides, did not provoke a conflict in the region.
Sadly, while the Biden Administration focuses on pushing its talking points, civilians are losing their lives and livelihoods, and Americans who can least afford it are being confronted with rising grocery and gas bills.