AP: U.S. Officials Admit Missile That Struck Poland Was Most Likely Fired by Ukraine, Not RussiaChris Menahan
Nov. 15, 2022
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Three US officials admitted to the Associated Press late Tuesday night that preliminary assessments implicate Ukraine -- not Russia -- as the culprit behind the missile strike in Poland that killed two people in the rural village of Przewodow.
"Three U.S. officials said preliminary assessments suggested the missile was fired by Ukrainian forces at an incoming Russian one amid the crushing salvo against Ukraine's electrical infrastructure Tuesday," the AP reported. "The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the matter publicly."
Another unnamed US official told the AP earlier in the day that the missile was fired by Russia.
They spread that disinformation all day and waited until the middle of the night to admit the opposite was likely true.
Biden first was sent out on Tuesday evening to soften the blow by saying "it's unlikely" Russia fired the missile given its trajectory.
"I don't want to say that till we completely investigate, but it's unlikely in the minds of the trajectory that it was fired from Russia, but we will see," Biden said, leaving open the possibility Russia was behind the attack.
Zelensky tried to use the strike (which the US is now admits was most likely carried out by his own forces) to con the US and NATO into launching WWIII.
"Today Russian missiles hit Poland, the territory of an allied country. People died," Zelensky said in a public address. "The longer Russia feels this immunity, the more threats there will be against anyone within reach of Russian missiles. Firing missiles at NATO territory is a Russian attack on collective security. This is a very significant escalation. We must act."
News of the strike was followed by the White House requesting another $38 billion in military and economic aid to the Ukraine.
We should be putting sanctions on the Zelensky regime for trying to con America and NATO into starting WWIII repeatedly after our crooked political elites sent him over $60 billion in "aid" from struggling US taxpayers.
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