Feb 22 • 17M

War in Ukraine

With Russia's recognition of eastern Ukraine as an "independent country," is a full Russian invasion all but guaranteed? (Spoiler alert: Yes.)

John Aravosis
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Hey everyone. I decided to tape today’s update as a quick 15 minute or so podcast, all about Ukraine and Russia, and whether I think war is on the horizon. (Spoiler alert: It is). During the show, I get into what that actually means, how far the US could get entangled in it, and what Putin’s true ambitions are vis-a-vis NATO.

I tend to do more writing than podcasting for you folks here, but if you enjoy this medium, I will do it more often.

Thanks, JOHN

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Trump just endorsed the Russian invasion of Ukraine

I tweeted a funny

Former top Trump White House official is mad at me

The Republicans clearly shared a talking point today saying “notice how Putin didn’t invade while Trump was president.” Suggesting that Putin was afraid of Trump. One of the people who tweeted about it was former Trump White House official Ric Grenell. Or as I call him, Dick Grenell.

Speaking of Ric Grenell, apparently Republicans are now pro-Putin and pro-diarrhea

And here’s another response to Hugh Hewitt, who was sharing the same GOP talking point

The US Embassy in Ukraine is (successfully) trolling the Russians

In his speech last night, Putin claimed that Ukraine doesn’t really exist, and Russia created it. Our embassy tweeted this in response.

Meanwhile, Glenn Greenwald is busy defending his boyfriend again

This was my reply:

Biden’s anti-drug policies are going so well, even the GOP is giving him credit for stopping the flow of drugs at the border!

Because art is cool!

This bubbles on this painting look real. They’re not. Zoom in.

Talk to you all again soon.

JOHN

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