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Why Was CIA Chief in Warsaw when Ukrainian Missile Hit Poland?

'This is a very significant escalation... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) In a narrative that keeps changing and pointing blame in varying directions, it seems that President Joe Biden and his administration attempted to coax NATO into a declaration of war by blaming Russia for Ukrainian missiles that landed in Poland, killing two Poles.

After initially refusing to comment on the incident, Biden eventually indicated that the missile, which struck eastern Ukraine and killed two, was not launched by Russia, but rather by his Ukrainian comrades.

Ukraine’s President Zelenskyy, one of the world’s top actors, called it a “very significant escalation” and demanded, “We must act…”

Russian missiles hit Poland,” Zelenskyy declared assuredly. “How many times has Ukraine said that the terrorist state will not be limited to our country? It is only a matter of time before Russian terror goes further…This is a very significant escalation.”

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Now it turns out that Zelenskyy was lying, and his nation is guilty of having launched the missiles.

But it turns out that at the time, the U.S. CIA Director Bill Burns happened to be in Warsaw at the time of the missile strike.

Polish President Andrzej Duda met with Burns in Warsaw shortly after the missile incident in eastern Poland, according to Poland’s National Security Bureau chief, Jacek Siewiera.

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“In the evening, the President @AndrzejDuda spoke with the head of the CIA, William Burns, who is in Warsaw after his visits to Ankara and Kiev,” Siewera said, sharing a photo of their meeting.

Unlike Zelenskyy, however, some military-industrial elites have stopped trying to say that the missiles were Russian, and yet claim that the strike was still Russia’s fault.

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin embarrassingly admitted that he had spread false rumors, but still attempted to blame Russia for the Polish deaths.

“Whatever the final conclusions may be, the world knows that Russia bears ultimate responsibility for this incident,” Austin said.

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