U.S. & NATO Allies Provide Aid to Ukraine Amid Russia’s Military Buildup

Are you concerned about Russia invading Ukraine?

  • 276

    Why? It’s there old country back in 1991, like Texas taking from us oh like now at our southern border! Plz. Democrats need to be removed from the WH. Terrible President and staff all must go. Or you will see WW lll/ sad we have a Brain Dead President—-> idiot

  • 1,427

    Almost as concerned as with Taiwan.

  • 37

    Policing the world is not America’s job. Focus on defense, diplomacy, and trade. We don’t need another 20 year foreign war.

  • 3,724

    We are a leading member of NATO. I'm worried that if Russia makes another move of aggressive expansionism we'll have to fight. I'm worried that if we don't fight that NATreatyO won't mean anything.

  • 199

    There is no need for a raid if the US is providing Aide!!

  • 115

    Regarding Ukraine in eastern Europe, it is about time we stop interfering and if anything stop other entities from interfering within the operation of that elected government by its people but like here assist to make sure those elections are fairly run and also they are not. As a result I do not want one US military person placed there in jeopardy over there backing up another manipulated corrupt government and that is the truth. The Kiev capitol has been denying votes of its eastern Provinces since this new inception of government was supported by the US government and its favorable corporate influences and it is as bad there as here.

  • 162

    NATO needs to give military support to the Ukraine, enough to make it impossible for putin to take additional territory! Add antiaircraft, cruise missiles, and whatever necessary to Poland and Ukraine!

  • 44

    Everyone on here is reading US imperialist propaganda so much it’s like they want another war when we just got out of one. Leave Russia alone, we all know Ukraine was even a part of Russia for decades and culturally linked but the US hates its losing so much hegemony to this it is propagating war.

  • 21

    Obviously, it would be horrible if Russia invaded Ukraine, but I am deeply suspicious of US officials' motivations for getting so heavily involved. Historically speaking, the US just doesn't take military actions for altruistic reasons.

  • 87

    Let Europe handle it

  • 706

    I am frankly more concerned with the invasion at our southern border and find it amusing that Biden, the Obama-like tough talking paper tiger, is bumbling around with no definitive position. Coupled with the fact our Defense Secretary and Chairman of JCS are more interested in diversity and inclusion training I don't see us getting involved. Our military is currently not fit for a conflict on foreign soil. See the results of Afghanistan as supporting evidence. Let's secure our own borders and roundup all of the illegals that the Harris-Biden regime let loose across the country.

  • 3,582

    Plain and simple! We have the weakest president ever! All foreign leaders know it. Our allies know it and don’t trust what he’ll say or do. One example, “Afghanistan”! Do I need to explain? Our adversaries know it, giving his blessing for the Nord Stream 2 pipeline from Russia through Germany. Helping to start this invasion more sooner than later. Allowing Germany and European countries to have to rely on Russia for oil instead of us. Closing OUR pipeline on his first day in office when we were FINALLY energy independent for the first time in 40 years, and now having to buy some of our oil from Russia! Russia!!! Which isn’t very clean. How does that make sense? Or China, now threatening Taiwan with military flyovers and other things and threatening other countries around them. As well as his weakness with them on everything else they’ve always done to us from manufacturing to technology. And now Russia is having military exercises in the Mediterranean Sea with China and Iran. Gee … what a coincidence! Say what you want about President Trump. But he kept all countries, good or bad, on there toes. They may not have liked him because of his bluntness and not being an appeasing politician. But they knew he meant what he said and would back it up if they didn’t believe him. Instead, there scratching there heads at Joe Biden trying to figure out What he said or if he was even going to finish a sentence. Or telling the world, referring to Russia, “It’s one thing if it’s a minor incursion”, or last year telling Putin, “I gave him a list of 16 things not to touch”! There’s something wrong with you if that doesn’t at the very least, make you a LITTLE nervous. Hae pal … you might be good ole uncle Joe who pats you on the back, goes for ice cream, tells you a story and talks a good talk. But your Not someone capable of protecting a nation. Not the border, not COVID, not the economy. I can only hope and pray that President Trump becomes president again or at the very least republicans, whoever it is, can come into power again. You Democrats may feel safe with an inept president but I don’t. Your the reason this country has gone to hell from defunding the police to the economy. But that’s a long story for another day!

  • 240

    We should support Ukraine fully. This GOP Putin spin is beyond ANYTHING I thought y’all were capable of. Even you Ted! That says a LOT about how low the bar is here for suburban housewife problems!

  • 69

    Please start sanctions against Russia now before anything bad happens! Turn the Swift off and freeze bunker’s rat (Putin) accounts in Europe and US! Don’t play nice with the freaking gang!

  • 104

    I think US and NATO response has been measured and appropriate so far. We must support the citizens of Crimea and Ukraine.

  • 74

    I must say again that I am steadfastly against any moves towards military conflict in Ukraine. I implore my representatives to take a similar stand, as they have been doing on this subject (military spending and warmongering) for quite some time now. It is sheer madness to promote a war between the US and Russia, or make any moves that might give impression. As I’ve said before, NATO should be disbanded, or at the very least, the US should take itself out of it. Russia’s demands about removing the countries around it from NATO or bases for NATO is reasonable, no matter what you think about Putin. If this were centered on a country adjacent to us (the US), we would demand the same. I’m deeply saddened by the lack of outrage in America over this. The country has been solidly for peace for decades now (the majority of citizens, not the government). We need to make our voices known for peace now. It’s one thing warmongering against non-nuclear states, but advocating for military solutions when directly dealing with a nuclear state is insane. I hope more sane voices in leadership positions are heard soon. If not, I fear that the pandemic will just be the opening act of the end of the world.

  • 608

    More concerned about the invasion happening at the US border. What strategic importance is Ukraine? Would the US be okay with Russia having troops in Panama?

  • 304

    I am very very concerned for my friend and his wife and newborn son. He went back to Ukraine to return his grandparent's ashes. He was born there but his family came to America when he was in kindergarten. While getting reacquainted with his cousins he met his future wife. She can't get a visa for years.

  • 621

    We do not need another war. Period!

  • 392

    Yes, very concerned about Russia's aggression. However, more concerned about what information our former President gave Putin to keep himself in power or to burn down the US because he lost. Listening to Maddow tonight I truly fear the worst from the former guy and his party.