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Russians Target Eastern and Southern Ukraine | Schaftlein Report

Pence, Haley and Pompeo, who are not currently in office, are forging ahead in the “shadow primary”.

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Russians Target Eastern and Southern Ukraine | Schaftlein Report
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Topics:
1) Zelenskyy warns of Putin using Nuclear Weapons – Ukraine gave up their Nuclear weapons after a promise of U.S. security
*That has not worked out well and other countries are watching – Iran, South Korea and others are noted
2) Ukrainians defy Russian Deadline to surrender in Mariupol or Die – 2,500 troops remain defending the area in steel plant
3) Russia continues to carry out missile strikes throughout the country after their Flagship vessel was sunk
4) Pressure mounts on Biden to visit Ukraine
5) Russia is not longer able to build tanks due to financial problems, sanctions and supply chain issues
6) Durham Report – CIA concluded the Russia/Trump collusion was not possible – Clinton campaign and Democrats pushed a completely false narrative
*It is time for the hammer to come down on the fake collusion hoax
7) Twitter fights back against Musk with Poison Pill, Twitter fears being forced into Free Speech and away from leftists garbage
8) Crime is the #1 issue in LA Mayors race – U.S. ranks #3 in the world in murders – If you take out Chicago, Detroit, St. Louis, New Orleans and DC, the U.S. drops to 189 out of 193 countries
9) Inflation is scaring middle-class Americans and Biden is getting the blame – What is impacted and what is not
a. Democrats pushing student debt cancellation $1.5T would be like pouring gasoline on the Inflation fire
b. Biden changes policy and will now allow oil companies to bid on oil and gas leases on Federal Lands
10) The Green New Deal, Student Loan Forgiveness and Universal Basic income are wildly unpopular except on the far left radical Democrats
*Americans do not want this as a whole
11) 221K Illegals crossed in March – Hispanic Americans are furious and Biden approval with this group falls to 26%
12) China’s zero-Covid policy is failing badly – Shanghai shutdown has forced food shortages and major supply chain disruptions
13) In Politics, Pence, Haley and Pompeo who are not currently in office, forge ahead in the “shadow primary”
*Gov DeSantis also looms
14) Supreme Court says NO to SALT appeal – Democrats face reality – Only 9% of high earners effected
15) White House considering a way to try and revive Build Back Better – Are you kidding me, more spending in the wake of record inflation
16) No mask mandate on planes – District Judge in Tampa overrules administration

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NEW NATO NARRATIVE: Ukraine Can ‘Win’ War with Russia

Know one would have even considered the possibility 3 months ago.

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Well that is one heck of a turnaround, eh?

We’ve gone from watching Russia amass an enormous fighting force on the borders of Ukraine, (all while telling the world that it was all routine and to butt out), to watching those same tanks and personnel roll into the sovereign neighboring nation, all the while worried that Russia would simply steamroll Kyiv and take the whole country for itself in a matter of days.

Nearly three months later, and that story is changing…and dramatically.

Ukrainian forces say they have pushed back the Russian military in the region around Kharkiv in northeastern Ukraine, and near the border with Russia, continuing a counteroffensive that has prompted Russian troops to withdraw from around Ukraine’s second-largest city.

Then came a surprising suggestion.

NATO’s Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said Sunday that “Ukraine can win this war” following an informal meeting of the group. His comments came after Finland announced it would apply to join the military alliance in what marks a historic move for the traditionally neutral Nordic country.

Joining the military alliance will “maximize” Finland’s security after Russia’s unprecedented invasion of Ukraine in February, President Sauli Niinisto said.

Sweden is expected to follow suit with both applications likely to enflame tensions between NATO and Russia further. Moscow warned last week of “retaliatory steps” if Finland joined the alliance.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is drinking the proverbial Kool-Aid as well, having claimed that Eurovision will be able to hold its enormous, annual songwriting competition in Mariupol next year.

 

Well that is one heck of a turnaround, eh? We’ve gone from watching Russia amass an enormous fighting force on the borders of Ukraine, (all while telling the world that it was all routine and to butt out), to watching those same tanks and personnel roll into the sovereign neighboring nation, all the while worried that Russia would simply steamroll Kyiv and take the whole country for itself in a matter of days. Nearly three months later, and that story is changing…and dramatically. Ukrainian forces say they have pushed back the Russian military in the region around Kharkiv in northeastern Ukraine, and near the border with Russia, continuing a counteroffensive that has prompted Russian troops to withdraw from around Ukraine’s second-largest city. Then came a surprising suggestion. NATO’s Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said Sunday that “Ukraine can win this war” following an informal meeting of the group. His comments came after Finland announced it would apply to join the military alliance in what marks a historic move for the traditionally neutral Nordic country. Joining the military alliance will “maximize” Finland’s security after Russia’s unprecedented invasion of Ukraine in February, President Sauli Niinisto said. Sweden is expected to follow suit with both applications likely to enflame tensions between NATO and Russia further. Moscow warned last week of “retaliatory steps” if Finland joined the alliance. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is drinking the proverbial Kool-Aid as well, having claimed that Eurovision will be able to hold its enormous, annual songwriting competition in Mariupol next year.  

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Biden Approval Crashes Again, This Time to Historic Low

This is just sad at this point.

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Look around your country.  See the struggle in real time.  Watch how hard it is for the rest of this nation to get to where they need to be, every day, and ask yourself “why does it need to be like this?”.

And then realize that all of this trouble is coming to America in what was supposed to be the launching months of a new “roaring twenties”; as COVID faded and the economy roared back to life, America was poised to be a global show for the ages.

Instead, the last year and a half have been filled to the brim with turmoil and strife and not much nice.

US President Joe Biden is taking his lumps on account of it.

An NBC News poll released Sunday shows Biden’s job approval rating has plunged to a fresh low, with just 39 percent of Americans approving of the job he’s doing and 56 percent disapproving.

This was a new milestone for the reluctant leader.

Those numbers represents the lowest mark of his presidency.

Inflation, the economy and border security are the three main areas where voters see Biden failing them. The overall cost of living is standing as the public’s top issue.

Biden’s approval rating has experienced a few brief reprieves over the course of his presidency, but has continued on a steady decline almost from the start.

Look around your country.  See the struggle in real time.  Watch how hard it is for the rest of this nation to get to where they need to be, every day, and ask yourself “why does it need to be like this?”. And then realize that all of this trouble is coming to America in what was supposed to be the launching months of a new “roaring twenties”; as COVID faded and the economy roared back to life, America was poised to be a global show for the ages. Instead, the last year and a half have been filled to the brim with turmoil and strife and not much nice. US President Joe Biden is taking his lumps on account of it. An NBC News poll released Sunday shows Biden’s job approval rating has plunged to a fresh low, with just 39 percent of Americans approving of the job he’s doing and 56 percent disapproving. This was a new milestone for the reluctant leader. Those numbers represents the lowest mark of his presidency. Inflation, the economy and border security are the three main areas where voters see Biden failing them. The overall cost of living is standing as the public’s top issue. Biden’s approval rating has experienced a few brief reprieves over the course of his presidency, but has continued on a steady decline almost from the start.

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