Ukraine’s President: Biden Did Not Support Until After Invasion


Biden attempted to reset his presidency during his State of the Union Dumpster Fire speech. He metaphorically wrapped himself in the Ukrainian flag to try to rebrand his presidency as a wartime leader, while riding on the shoulders of Volodymyr Zelenskyy, the Ukrainian President, and his incredible courage.

Biden stated, “From President Zelenskyy to every Ukrainian, they are fearless, courageous, and their determination literally inspires all of us.” “Groups of citizens block tanks with their bodies. Everybody, from students to retired soldiers to teachers fighting for their homeland.

He said, “We, The United States of America, stand by the Ukrainian people.”

According to Zelenskyy however, the United States didn’t stand with the Ukrainian people quickly enough. He told Fox News’ Trey Yingst on Thursday that “It’s a pity that support from the U.S. began only after the beginning of the war.”

“You spoke with President Biden this week. Yingst was curious to know how you would describe your conversations with the U.S. leaders. “Do you think the Americans waited too much to provide Ukraine with the support they need to repress this Russian offensive?”

“We have good communication. Zelenskyy said to Yingst that he could tell the truth. It’s a shame that it started after the start of this war, but it is what we have. His team and I are grateful. We can talk now often.”

Biden did nothing to stop Russia, of course. Jen Psaki, White House Press Secretary, pointed out Wednesday that Vladimir Putin has a history of invading Ukraine while Joe Biden is in his executive branch. She said, “You know that I was at State Department, and the president was vice-president. The last time Russia invaded Ukraine.”