Last Updated on January 24, 2022
Joe Biden is reportedly in the “final stages” of ordering 8,500 US military troops to be deployed to Eastern Europe amid mounting tensions between Ukraine and Russia.
Not even one full year after the tragic fall of Afghanistan, Joe Biden is reportedly gearing up for another immense US military endeavour.
Only this time, his targets are set on a first-world nuclear power.
Earlier today, the highly unpopular Biden regime was apparently in the “final stages” of sending several thousand US military troops, as well as warships and aircraft, to Eastern Europe amid mounting tensions between Ukraine and Russia.
As of right now, 8,500 US troops have been put on heightened alert for a possible deployment to Eastern Europe, according to Pentagon spokesman John Kirby.
US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin issued the prepare to deploy orders at the direction of President Joe Biden. Kirby said no final decision to deploy the troops had been made.
Earlier on Monday CNN reported the Biden administration was in in the final stages of identifying specific military units it wants to send to Eastern Europe, according to multiple US and defense officials.
The US military industrial complex and their feckless mouthpieces in the corporate press are unapologetically salivating at the idea of a potential third World War, coincidentally as the regime’s narrative surrounding COVID-19, lockdowns, masks, and vaccines dramatically collapses.
"I think we're basically just on the cusp of war. I think it's all but certain in my mind that there's going to be a large European war… My concern now is making sure that the U.S. is postured for that outcome… The ball is in Putin's court" – @AVindman w/ @NicolleDWallace pic.twitter.com/QXiGv4B9as
— Deadline White House (@DeadlineWH) January 22, 2022
According to reports, such a dramatic military maneuver could potentially be seen as a provocation in the eyes of the Russians.
“The move would signal a major pivot for the Biden administration, which up until recently was taking a restrained stance on Ukraine, out of fear of provoking Russia into invading,” reported The New York Times.
On Sunday, the State Department ordered family members of U.S. Embassy personnel in Kyiv, Ukraine to leave the country.
A poll released on Friday by the Convention of States Action (COSA), in partnership with the Trafalgar Group, found that 15.3%, fewer than 1 in 6 Americans, want any US soldiers to be involved in any Ukraine-Russia war.
The poll also found that nearly 70% of America does not support providing weapons and supplies to the Ukrainians, and almost 77% of Americans would not want to send Ukraine any military advisers if a war with Russia were to break out.
An overwhelming and dominating majority of the United States does not support putting any boots on the ground in the region.