WashPo: Scant Evidence Zelensky Said 'I Need Ammo, Not a Ride' - Quote Was Put Out by U.S. Intel OfficialChris Menahan
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There is scant evidence Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky turned down a US offer to evacuate Kiev by responding, "The fight is here; I need ammunition, not a ride."
The Washington Post investigated the purported quote and found it could only be sourced to one anonymous "senior American intelligence official" who fed it to the AP.
From The Washington Post, "Zelensky's famous quote of 'need ammo, not a ride' not easily confirmed":
“The fight is here; I need ammunition, not a ride.”Snake Island was a hoax. The Ghost of Kyiv was a hoax. The first claim Russians attacked the Chernobyl nuclear power plant and were trying to trigger a meltdown was a hoax and the second claim Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant was attacked and was leaking radiation was a hoax. The claim Russia attacked a Holocaust memorial was a hoax.
"I need ammo, not a ride" was propaganda put out by US intelligence.
The purpose of all these lies were to con the West into World War III and push Ukrainians to sacrifice their lives in defense of NATO expansionism and the Zelensky regime.
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