WH Nailed for Ineffective Ukrainian Policy Including ‘Hashtag Diplomacy’ – Opinion

Listening to Joe Biden Tuesday night would make you wonder how Joe Biden was stabilizing Ukraine’s situation with his words.

Biden has been wrong in the past about declaring it to be the biggest invasion. Russia is home to about 100,000 people. Joe Biden ought to be aware that China invaded Korea in 1950 with 300,000. Another historical parallel might be Dean Acheson. In 1950, Acheson gave a speech about the U.S. defense perimeter in the area and suggested we wouldn’t defend Taiwan and South Korea. So, the Communists believed that they wouldn’t suffer any real response if they invaded.

Russia is aware that the U.S. has nothing to be afraid of them because they were told so by the White House.

The point isn’t whether or not troops should be there, the point is you don’t give away to your adversary what you aren’t willing to do. When you take away the possibility, you’re opening the door and saying, “Hey, walk right in.”

Fox’s Peter Doocy noted how the White House hadn’t calmed Ukraine by saying they were going to pull American diplomats’ families out.

According to Volodymyr Zelensky, the White House was not pleased with this move. They saw it as escalating tensions.

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‘The fact that the US was the first one to announce this is extremely disappointing,’ the source told BuzzFeed News on Monday.

‘Quite frankly these Americans are safer in Kievthan they are in Los Angeles … or any other crime-ridden city in the U.S.,’ the Zelensky source added in taking aim at the spiking crime rates in U.S. cities.

The source said Zelensky ‘does not think there’s any remotely imminent threat to Kiev’.

Doocy attempted to figure out what the administration was doing to prevent Russia. Doocy also tweeted hashtags and asked if it has ever helped to end authoritarian regimes.

Psaki tried to deflect to President Donald Trump, but Trump warded Putin off, something Biden doesn’t seem to have been able to do and he didn’t do it with Twitter hashtags — he did it with a demonstration of force in Syria when he dropped bombs on the heads of Russian contractors.

Here was the “hashtag diplomacy” of which Doocy was speaking.

Maybe they would believe that you stood with them more from actions, like not throwing them under the bus with Russia regarding things like Nord Stream 2 and “minor incursions.” That’s a lot more important than a hashtag pretending you care.

Psaki also seems to forget where the derogatory term “hashtag diplomacy” came from. It wasn’t from Trump. Trump didn’t conduct diplomacy through Twitter hashtags — like the Obama Administration. Here was Jen Psaki then demonstrating the completely fruitless effort that didn’t stop Russia from its actions in Ukraine.

Also, there was this simple picture.

This is what they think counts as “caring.” They don’t seem to understand that the internet is forever, and we know what they did before.

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