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The Biden Administration ordered the evacuation of the families of diplomatic personnel in Ukraine today from the perceived threat of an incoming Russian invasion.

Monday on the Stew Peters Show, former Trump administration Pentagon official Kash Patel joined the show to discuss the standoff and the geopolitical implications of yet another failed foreign policy debacle under Joe Biden.

“China and Russia are our enemies, there’s no two ways about it,” Kash Patel told Stew Peters. “They are taking target practice at dummy ships, be it China in the South China Sea, with American logos, or be it President Putin threatening an invasion in the Ukraine … they are able to do all this because of the tremendous weakening in U.S. national security posture since the Biden administration has taken power.”

“A war with Russia, how does that benefit the United States?” Stew Peters posed to Kash Patel, noting the weakness in the Biden administration, and the reality of the frivolous nature of a new world or regional war.

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“The defense industrial complex should not control the Department of Defense the U.S. Congress,” Kash Patel told Stew Peters. “They’ve gotten so darn big, and we pay them so much money with a b, billions, that war makes them money, and it fills the pockets of people in Congress who want to vouch for these companies.”

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