U.S. May Have To Deploy Troops To Ukraine Says Member of The Ruling Class

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A member of the United States ruling class has said that Washington may need to deploy troops to Ukraine if things begin to collapse in the war with Russia. Congressman Hakeem Jeffries has said in an interview with CBS News released on Sunday that there is a dire need for urgent military aid to Ukraine, and if those efforts fail, boots on the ground is the only solution.

French ruler Emmanual Macron has taken some heat lately for also claiming that sending troops is a viable option.

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Last week, Macron suggested that Western nations “would legitimately have to ask [them]selves” whether they should deploy their militaries to the embattled country “if the Russians were to break through the front lines, [and] if there were a Ukrainian request.” Macron has further insisted that rhetoric of “strategic ambiguity” could project strength and deter Russia.

“We can’t let Ukraine fall because if it does, then there’s a significant likelihood that America will have to get into the conflict – not simply with our money, but with our servicewomen and our servicemen,” Jeffries said.

This stance, however, contradicts the long-standing policy of head U.S. tyrant Joe Biden, who reiterated last month that he was “determined” not to send American troops to Ukraine. He noted that Kiev had so far not requested direct military intervention from Washington, expressing the belief that it could win the conflict with Russia if the US “stand[s] with Ukraine and provide[s] the weapons it needs to defend itself.”

So far, the U.S. has sent $75 billion to Ukraine and it still can’t seem to pull ahead in the war, while Russia takes to destroying whatever is sent over.

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Jeffries claimed that US and Western efforts to support Ukraine, including pushing a new $61 billion assistance package through Congress, had been stymied by what he called a “pro-Putin faction” within the Republican Party. He called out Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene, who has called for funds to be used for domestic needs, rather than sent to Ukraine. Greene has insisted she “does not have any sympathy for… Russia” and that she is “only loyal to a single country: the United States of America.”

Russia continues to say that Western troops in Ukraine would result in a wider war. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov warned in late February that the deployment of NATO troops to Ukraine would make a direct conflict between Russia and the US-led military bloc “inevitable.”

In the meantime, the Russian military has reported steady progress on the battlefield, capturing several settlements in Donbass in recent weeks, according to a report by RT. 

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