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Vivek Ramaswamy's Entry into National Politics
Ukraine has taken back all but 13% of its territory since the full scale invasion. Maps don't lie. News personalities do.
The Ukrainians have taken back 83% of their territory and degraded the Russian war fighting capability by half, yet polling shows most Americans don't think Ukraine is winning.
Luke Coffey from the Hudson Institute has put together some excellent information about bad information being circulated about American aid to Ukraine. I've reposted it. Worth forwarding.
Those shouting "NO" on Ukraine aid are compromising national security by putting their own political interests ahead of American interests. And they are raising a lot of money doing it.
Our partners in Israel and Ukraine are willing to die for their freedom and to preserve world stability. We contribute the weapons, and they contribute the lives of their very best people.
Most Americans don't know what to believe about Ukraine. Here are some folks I respect and listen to for information about Ukraine and Russia.
Carlson claims that Zelensky has “banned the Christian faith in his country.” In reality, the Russians are persecuting and torturing believers in Ukraine. Tucker's words are making it easier for them.
Evangelical Christians in Ukraine are often singled out for torture by Russian soldiers. One study shows Protestant Christians account for one-third of reported cases of persecution.
His amateurish attacks on Nikki Haley show she is preparing to lead America during a time if great instability and he is preparing to be a B-list cable news pundit.
Protestants are 4% of Ukraine's population but account for a third of the cases of persecution by the Russians. Ukraine Freedom Project polling shows U.S. believers are moved by this information.
Vivek Ramaswamy spent a lot of energy going after Haley on Ukraine in the last debate. Thirty-four percent of GOP primary voters think she won the debate. Twenty-nine percent think he lost.Back to Blog