BARTIROMO: Was Ukraine a Ruse to Distract from Clinton Spying Scandal?

'Today we mark another day of the 'start of war with Ukraine,' which did not happen again... '

(Tony Sifert, Headline USA) Fox Business anchor Maria Bartiromo suggested Wednesday that the Biden administration has been hyping an imminent Russian invasion of Ukraine in order to distract the public’s attention from Hillary Clinton‘s role in the Russia hoax.
“Was this a ruse?” Bartiromo asked Senator Tommy Tuberville, R-Ala., during an interview on “Mornings with Maria.”
“Was this whole thing an effort to take attention away from what Hillary Clinton did and what we know to be a complete hoax over this Russia investigation?”
“I know [National Security Adviser] Jake Sullivan worked for Hillary Clinton,” Bartiromo continued. “And he was one of the people peddling this Russian collusion lie.”
Bartiromo was referring to recent claims made by Sullivan, Secretary of State Antony Blinken, and Ukranian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
“We have seen over the course of the past 10 days a dramatic acceleration in the build-up of Russian forces and the disposition of those forces in such a way that they could launch a military action essentially at any time,” Sullivan said.
As if to confirm Sullivan’s claim, an unnamed US “official” suggested that Russian forces had moved into “attack positions” Monday, according to another CBS report.
Zelensky raised the stakes even further in a Facebook post, claiming that Ukrainian intelligence had informed him the Russians had set Feb. 16 as “the day of the attack.”
Finally, in an apparent response to Zelensky’s claim, Blinken issued a dramatic press release in which said he had ordered U.S. Embassy operations in Ukraine to move from “Kyiv to Lviv due to the acceleration in the buildup of Russian forces.”
Russia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs mocked the hysteria by posting a short video of a tumbleweed to its Twitter account.

“Today we mark another day of the ‘start of war with Ukraine,’ which did not happen again, to the Western media outlets’ regret, no matter how hard they whip up the hysteria,” the Russians wrote. “See for yourselves what the collective Western media and officials’ words are worth.”

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