Joe Kent: What will happen to our economy if we keep pushing Russia into China’s arms?
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Washington state congressional candidate and veteran Joe Kent joined ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight‘ to postulate the ramifications of the continued pushback against Russia and the media’s seeming hunger for war with the country.
JOE KENT: Yeah, absolutely, Tucker, I mean, the rhetoric coming from the media, coming from the national security state and many of our elected officials is just completely irresponsible for all the reasons that you outline. What I call attention to is the fact that “Hey, we’re the Iraq War generation.” This movie has been seen before. Many of us, like me, went to these conflicts recently. I lost my wife and my husband in the fight. We all know the truth about how we were misled. It could be laid out. The lies told by the media were chapter and verse. The lies that the administration told everyone could be recited right now. We’re already seeing it all paired in this Ukraine war as part of an effort to get us into a Russian conflict.
So I think we need our lawmakers to actually respect the American people enough to come back to their districts. As the Constitution says, Congress must tell everyone what will happen if they continue to sanction Putin. If we continue to call him war criminal, as we did with Gadhafi, and if our lawmakers continue to send $14 million of our money to Ukraine to help them fight Russia. What are the possible outcomes if we continue to push Russia’s economy into the hands of the Chinese Communist Party What will happen to our economy? None of these discussions are taking place. Instead, we are watching the road to the Iraq War Part Two. It could be World War Three, but not a prolonged insurgency.
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