Biden’s White House continues to spread fear of Vladimir Putin invading Ukraine in a matter of days.
On February 11, the White House once again warned that Russia was almost certain to invade Ukraine soon, despite sharing no detailed new intelligence suggesting that Russian President Vladimir Putin had made the official decision to do so.
“There is a credible prospect that a Russia military action would take place even before the Olympics,” White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan said.
Well, the Olympic Games started a while ago and are slated to end February 20. Still no invasion.
Despite this, Jake Sullivan urged any Americans in Ukraine to flee within 48 hours.
“It could be more limited, it could be more expansive, but there are very real possibilities that it will involve the seizure of a significant amount of territory in Ukraine and the seizure of major cities, including the capital city,” Sullivan claimed.
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