Americans, particularly Republicans, aren’t the only people sounding the alarm about President Joe Biden and Ukraine. George Soros has said that Biden was “deeply involved in Ukraine” while he was working with him.
During an interview, Soros said that the conflict in Ukraine could potentially lead to the next world war. Whether that’s true or not, for someone as powerful as Soros to say it should cause some concern.
Soros pointed at Russian President Vladamir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping as the “greatest threat to open society.” Soros said, “Other issues that concern all of humanity — fighting pandemics and climate change, avoiding nuclear war, maintaining global institutions — have had to take a back seat to that struggle. That’s why I say our civilization may not survive.”
China’s COVID-19 lockdowns, as Soros noted, are going to continue the supply chain crisis that has affected every nation around the world. Supply chain issues are going to continue for the years to come. DHL says that while supply chain issues are beginning to ease, there are many issues, such as the Ukraine conflict and extreme weather conditions, the COVID-19 pandemic isn’t over yet and it’s going to take a little while longer for the issue to resolve.
Soros also said, “We have a foundation in Ukraine and it happens to be one of our best foundations… I also want to mention that there’s one person who was very deeply involved in Ukraine and that’s Biden. In fact, I got to know him with regard to Ukraine. He had a lot more patience than I had.”
With that statement, you would think that the federal government should revisit Hunter Biden’s laptop. The problems with the relationship between Biden and Ukraine stem back 10 years or more.
Now that the laptop has been authenticated, there needs to be an in depth investigation into the contents and how they currently affect foreign policy and corruption in Biden’s administration. It’s no wonder there are serious concerns that Biden is sending tens of billions of dollars to Ukraine to fight against Russia and oversight should be strict and bi-partisan.