Mike Pompeo Takes The Nets To Task Over Lies About Ukraine
The nets continue to try and tie Trump to Russia where ever it suits their liberal overlords. Even when the President slams Putin's invasion and condemns the attacks, they twist and spin the news to make it seem like he supports the war. It's a farce, considering that back in 2019 they accused Trump of colluding with the President of Ukraine to 'throw' the 2020 elections.
Do you know what they tried to use as proof then? The fact that Trump approved the $39 million sale of defensive lethal weapons to Ukraine, The President also warned European countries that they needed to step up their military because it was obvious then that Putin and China posed a very real threat to them all.
Do you ever hear the nets talk about that? no.
Mike Pompeo appeared on Fox to take on the net's narrative and dismantle the untruths behind their political propaganda.
POMPEO: When I was a CIA director, I traveled to the Donbas to make sure that our intelligence community was sharing everything that we possibly could with Ukrainians so they could defend that part of the country before this conflict broke out. And so we developed an intricate, deep set of intelligence relationships. That's a very important part so that we can make sure they have the info they need to defend themselves. And then we began, albeit not until I was secretary of state, to deliver real deal important equipment to the Ukrainians.
If you look back, you think maybe we could have done more, but we did an awful lot more than any administration ever had, and it was the kind of equipment that not only was useful but that they could train on readily. It's important not to give them things they can't use, but we gave them the kinds of things that you're seeing them now deploy. And we gave them the training to know how to use it as well.
Biden pushed to put and end to Trump aid in Ukraine and look where it's taken them. On Monday, a group of 15 bipartisan House lawmakers penned a letter to President Biden, urging the administration to provide additional defense material to Ukraine and strengthen economic sanctions directed at Russia.
"Despite heroic and skillful resistance by Ukrainian forces, Russia currently retains air superiority over Ukraine," they wrote. "Russia’s advantage in this domain could soon develop into air dominance if the Ukrainians do not receive necessary military aid."