Biden Not Planning to Rescue Americans If They Are Stuck in Ukraine

What will happen to Americans in Ukraine if Russia invades? They can’t count on Biden to come to the rescue, according to White House press secretary Jen Psaki’s latest update.

When asked about the concern, Psaki first argued that no invasion has yet happened. About 6,600 Americans were estimated in Ukraine a few months ago, with warnings going out already that have led some of those to leave.

She flat out stated, however, that the U.S. “does not typically do mass evacuations.” In other words, there’s no one coming to the rescue.

This week, the Pentagon revealed plans to position U.S. troops in Poland who can assist with Americans fleeing Ukraine in the case of a Russian invasion. The report stopped short of saying American troops would enter the country, but would only assist from the border for those fleeing.

Based on Biden’s work in Afghanistan, that means even less support in the case of Ukraine where potentially more Americans are currently living. That could spell disaster for many Americans and could escalate a small invasion into a new global conflict.

Plus, it’s not just the U.S. with citizens in Ukraine. Many European nations have citizens living within the nation, meaning all of Europe would instantly be dragged into an ugly battle because Biden and others won’t stand up to Putin now.

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