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Joe Biden’s Ukrainian Ashes
President Joe Biden decided to completely withdraw from Afghanistan in what appeared to be an unplanned, knee-jerk hurry-up event and thousands of Afghans met immediate torture and death. We lost 13 American soldiers, with 80 more severely maimed, in the last days of the most embarrassing and humiliating military closeout ever conducted by U.S. forces under Presidential directive.
Now the Russians have launched an all-out assault on Ukraine. They’re slaughtering hundreds of Ukrainians daily. But much like our Afghanistan debacle that appeared as a catastrophic planning and intelligence failure, this time, we had actual and detailed intelligence of Russia’s 6-month military buildup along all of Russia’s considerable mutual border with Ukraine.
By late February of 2022, Russia amassed more than 190,000 troops and legions of tanks and artillery along the Russia-Ukrainian and Belarus-Ukrainian borders. The probability of an unprovoked lethal war perpetrated by Russia against innocent Ukrainian citizens and an undermanned and lightly armed military couldn’t have been any higher.
Instead of helping Ukraine militarily prepare and arm against a massive nationwide assault, President Joe Biden chose to depend on diplomacy; his brand of diplomacy amounted to, “if Russia attacks, then we’ll sanction them.” This “If-Then” approach appears to be a hallmark of the Biden foreign-threat policy framework. This is similar to the Obama/Biden “line-in-the-sand” approach they used when Russia assaulted and took Crimea away from Ukraine. It didn’t work then, and it’s not working now.
To date, Russia has slaughtered hundreds of Ukrainian citizens with aerial bombardments and Russian troop deployments. The Russian shelling and rocket fire has leveled thousands of buildings and houses in more than a dozen Ukrainian cities. As a result, Ukraine’s infrastructure is crumbling. Municipal water, electricity, and emergency services grow scarcer by the hour. The United States, and European, Canadian, and Australian allies have thrust a storm of economic sanctions on the Russian economy in retaliation. But nothing has deterred the Russian advance in Ukraine.
Since Joe Biden decided to withhold American munitions and other military aid to Ukraine until the very first day of armed conflict, the U.S. and NATO have been playing catchup ever since. We all know had Biden continued Trump’s energy policies and had he not given Vladimir Putin the okay to proceed with his Nord Stream 2 pipeline to Germany, this war would likely not have happened.
Had Biden proactively met Putin’s military buildup along the Ukrainian and Belarus borders by arming the Ukrainians and deploying American troops in a joint effort with NATO to neighboring Ukrainian nations like Poland, Estonia, and Romania, Vladimir Putin would have likely backed down.
Join me as I talk through how we got to this point of moral failure and utter shame as we watch more fellow human beings obliterated on the alter of Biden’s policy derelictions. Join me for, “Joe Biden’s Ukrainian Ashes!”
The Frankly Daniel Show with host Daniel Baranowski on America Out Loud Talk Radio can be heard Saturday and Sunday at 9 am ET and an encore broadcast at 4 pm ET. Listen on iHeart Radio, our world-class media player, or our free apps on Apple, Android, or Alexa. Listen to other episodes of The Frankly Daniel Show, available on podcast.
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