Biden’s SECRET Note to Zelenskyy – You Won’t Believe What It Says

Passionate Republican voters, it’s time to stand up and take notice of President Joe Biden’s latest actions in Ukraine. The American President has once again caused controversy, this time over a handwritten message he left for Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy during a visit to Kyiv.

During his visit to the Ukraine royal palace, Biden wrote in a log denoting the occasion that the city had “captured a part of my heart.”

He also wrote: “I am honored to be welcomed again in Kyiv. I stand in solidarity and friendship with the freedom-loving people of Ukraine. Mr. President, please accept my deepest respect for your courage and leadership. Slava Ukraini!”

This message has drawn outrage and ire on social media from many Americans, who feel that Biden should be focusing on problems at home, such as the southern border and rising food costs. The message has also been criticized by former Trump officials, with some calling for the President’s impeachment.

However, it’s important to note that Biden used his visit to Ukraine to reaffirm his administration’s commitment to supporting Ukraine against Russia’s invasion.

He pledged an additional half a billion dollars in military assistance during the visit. The U.S. has already delivered more than $100 billion in assistance to Ukraine since Russia first invaded the country in February 2022.

Several American lawmakers have voiced their belief that supporting Ukraine should be a top priority, and the Biden administration has promised to back Zelenskyy’s administration for as long as necessary. However, some have criticized the decision to continue providing financial aid without appropriate oversight.

National security officials have disclosed more information about Biden’s unexpected trip to Ukraine, which is considered unprecedented given the lack of U.S. military infrastructure in the region.

During a press briefing, national security adviser Jake Sullivan was repeatedly questioned about whether the U.S. had given Moscow prior warning that President Biden would be visiting Kyiv, a city that had previously been targeted by Russian missile attacks.

“We did notify the Russians that President Biden would be traveling to Kyiv,” Sullivan said. “We did so some hours before his departure for de-confliction purposes.”

It’s important to remember that the United States is risking a nuclear exchange with Russia if the Biden administration decides to help Ukraine militarily retake Crimea, a former long-serving Republican lawmaker from Texas said last month after the suggestion was floated.

Dr. Ron Paul, the father of Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), noted the potential escalation in a Twitter post containing a clip of an interview he did recently discussing the administration’s consideration, asking, “Are Americans okay with this?”

So, passionate Republican voters, it’s time to pay attention to what’s happening in Ukraine. While some may criticize Biden’s message to Zelenskyy, it’s important to remember the bigger picture.

Supporting Ukraine is a top priority for many American lawmakers, and the Biden administration has promised to back Zelenskyy’s administration for as long as necessary. However, oversight is crucial, and we must be careful not to risk a nuclear exchange with Russia.