Biden Admin Ukraine-Russia Narrative Crumbles

The Biden administration is attempting to establish a narrative that the administration is taking on Russia.

They want us to believe they are leading the charge for peace.

We reported on this previously:

The Biden White House Is Beginning Their Russia-Ukraine Conflict Spin

Now, we have this.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy called it a “pity” that US aid came so late to Ukraine.

From Fox News:

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said he and President Biden have “good” communication but said it’s a “pity” the support came after Russia invaded Ukraine.

And Zelenskyy issued a challenge to Russian President Vladimir Putin: “Sit down with me to negotiate, just not at 30 meters,” an apparent reference to a long table that has appeared in recent images of Putin meeting with other world leaders.

“I don’t bite. What are you afraid of?” Zelenskyy added, according to the Associated Press. “Any words are more important than shots.”

“I can tell you the truth. It’s a pity it began after the beginning of this war, but we have it. My appreciation to him and to his team. So we can speak now often,” Zelenskyy added.

“The question is not about Biden, it’s more about indecisiveness of the world,” Zelenskyy added, according to a translation.

Biden is not leading the charge against Russia. His administration is sitting back and weakening the United States while Russia and China get stronger.

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