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FTX Scandal, Zelenskyy’s Missile Disinfo Rock Biden’s Latest $38B Ukraine Grift

'This is shaping up to be one of the most serious rifts between Ukraine and key supporter the US (and other Western backers) since the start of the war... '

(Mark Pellin, Headline USA) President Joe Biden’s demand for an additional $37.7 billion in funding for Ukraine is facing intense backlash after President Volodymyr Zelenskyy redoubled his inflammatory claims, which have been roundly disputed, that a Russian rocket hit Poland, triggering fears that the U.S. and other countries could be drawn into a conflict to defend a NATO-member nation that was attacked by Moscow.

“This is shaping up to be one of the most serious rifts between Ukraine and key supporter the US (and other Western backers) since the start of the war,” reported NBC News national security correspondent Josh Lederman.

The Biden administration, along with NATO and the president of Poland, have backtracked previous claims from U.S. intel sources that the missile was Russian and conceded that it was Ukrainian armament that struck Poland and killed two. But Ukraine and Zelenskyy, who refuses to retract his warmongering disinformation, aren’t to blame.

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Zelenskyy’s entrenched claim about the origins of the missile was “not only untrue, it’s a lie that could get millions of Americans killed,” said Fox News host Tucker Carlson, who accused the Ukrainian leader of “trafficking in dangerous misinformation.”

Carlson lumped the fake news Associated Press in the same basket, after it initially relied on an anonymous Biden regime source for its reporting of a Russian missile striking Poland and possibly launching WWIII. The AP, similar to the Biden administration and NATO, retooled those claims.

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“So you have to ask yourself, is it time to stop banking this guy? Could the risk be too high?” Carlson said of Zelenskyy and his pocketing of America loot. “He’s lying on purpose to get us into a war?

“Maybe he’s not worth supporting in the first place,” Carlson posited. “Maybe he’s just another corrupt eastern European strongman in a track suit getting as rich as he can from American handouts.”

Others are asking the same questions and expressing similar sentiments.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor-Greene, R-Ga., on Wednesday said additional funding for Ukraine should be stopped and called for “an audit of all US aid and funding to Ukraine.” A growing number of Republicans, who just regained a slim majority in the U.S. House, joined Greene’s call.

Newly-elected U.S. Reps. Cory Mills and Anna Paulina Luna, Republicans from Florida, both said they supported halting Ukrainian war funding until a full audit was completed. Given the Biden administration’s prolific Ukrainian largesse, such an audit would likely run into the tens of billons of taxpayer dollars for just the last nine months.

Biden’s $38-billion Ukrainian ask is also coming under growing scrutiny after it was revealed that hundreds of billions of taxpayer dollars already gifted to Ukraine were reportedly funneled through the now-bankrupt FTX cryptocurrency scheme to bankroll Democrat, RINO and leftist politicians and candidates.

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