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Biden Pledges to Secure Worker Pensions – in Ukraine

Before we begin, take a close look at the image, above. I screenshotted it from the video in this article, in which Joe Biden made the remarks I’m going to write about. Does that guy look coherent, much less capable of holding the office of the President of the United States?

The question is rhetorical, of course; let’s move on.

Here’s Biden in a White House statement announcing yet another aid request for Ukraine — but this one’s “different.”

It’s gonna deliver much-needed humanitarian assistance, as well as food, water, medicine, shelter, and other aid to Ukrainians, displaced by Russia’s war. And [to] provide aid for those seeking refuge in other countries.

It’s also gonna help schools and hospitals open. It’s gonna allow pensions and social support to be paid to the Ukrainian people so they have something in their pocket. Read more…

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