Zelensky Speaks Before Congress, Demands U.S. Planes, Tanks And MoreChris Menahan
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Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky made good on his promise to demand more US aid during his trip to Washington on Wednesday.
Zelensky told Biden that Ukraine needs more Patriot missile systems and told Congress they need to send him more artillery along with US tanks and planes.
"Ukraine never asked the American soldiers to fight on our land instead of us," Zelensky claimed in his speech before Congress -- just weeks after Ukraine was caught bombing Poland and blaming Russia for the strike in a bid to con America and NATO into the war. "I assure you that Ukrainian soldiers can perfectly operate American tanks and planes themselves."
"We have artillery, yes. Thank you. We have it. Is it enough? Honestly, not really," Zelensky said.
We have artillery, yes. Thank you. We have it. Is it enough? Honestly, not really. To ensure Bakhmut is not just a stronghold that holds back the Russian Army, but for the Russian Army to completely pull out, more cannons and shells are needed. If so, just like the Battle of Saratoga, the fight for Bakhmut will change the trajectory of our war for independence and for freedom.Politico reported Wednesday that Zelensky's private discussions with the Biden regime were going to be "dominated" by his delegation lobbying "for long-range Army Tactical Missile Systems, or ATACMS, and Gray Eagle and Reaper drones."
Putin responded to Zelensky's trip by promising "unlimited" funds to the Russian military to secure victory, the deployment of their new hypersonic "SATAN II" Sarmat missiles and expanded mobilization.
"The supply of weapons continues and the range of supplied weapons is expanding," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said in response to Zelensky's trip. "All of this, of course, leads to an aggravation of the conflict. This does not bode well for Ukraine."
Russia's ambassador to the US, Anatoly Antonov, said Zelensky's speech confirms the US is in a proxy war with Russia and will only expand the conflict further.
"The Hollywood-style trip to Washington by the head of the Kiev regime has confirmed that the administration's conciliatory statements about the lack of intention to start a confrontation with Russia are just empty words," Antonov said, according to a transcript of his response to a journalist published by the Russian Embassy in Washington on Wednesday night.This war could spiral out of control into a nuclear holocaust but at least the White House and Congress got to enjoy a photo op!
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