Warmonger Victoria Nuland Pushes For Strikes On Russian Bases

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ABC News’ Martha Raddatz talked with ex-Biden administration Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland about the war between Russia and Ukraine on Sunday.

During the interview, Nuland claimed America needs to give EVEN MORE military support to Ukraine since Russia is clearly winning the fight.

She told Raddatz, “They need to be able to stop these air attacks that are coming from bases inside Russia. So, I think there’s also a question of whether we, The United States and our allies, ought to give them more help in hitting Russian bases which we’ve not been willing to do.”

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Asked if she thinks Ukraine should strike military bases inside Russia, Nuland confirmed she does and blamed Russia for “escalating” the war.

Raddatz pointed out the Biden administration believes Ukraine striking Russian bases would escalate the war and drag the U.S. further into the conflict.

“So, why do you think that’s a good idea?” Raddatz bluntly asked Nuland.

The former Biden official again suggested Russia, not the U.S. or Ukraine, is escalating the war.

Nuland went on to bizarrely claim Russian President Vladimir Putin wants to “restore the Soviet Union” and that he’s “willing to sacrifice the future of Ukraine and the Russian people” for his “crazy imperial ambition.”

She added, “I think the Covid period when he was in isolation just made him more and more paranoid.”

Regarding Republicans and the millions of American citizens who don’t support the country funding Ukraine’s fight, Nuland promoted the unsupported theory that Putin won’t stop at Ukraine and will begin invading NATO countries next.

The relentless warmonger also pointed out the military-industrial complex is making a fortune off the war, bragging the weapons manufacturers supplying Ukraine with weapons employ people in 30 U.S. states.

Internet users roasted the globalist warhawk: