02.22.22. “I” is for Invasion


This week, western nations impose sanctions against Russia as Vladimir Putin moves military forces into two regions of Ukraine in the early stages of an apparent invasion.

In recent days, one of the leading French fact-checking agencies took time to debunk a social media post about chemtrails… we ask whether this was really worth all the trouble, before shifting our attention to why USA today was also taking time to fact-check claims about former president Donald Trump’s new Truth Social app, and what the Supreme Court recently had to say about Donald Trump’s invocation of executive privilege. Then, as the situation in Ukraine worsens, the U.S. and its allies have recently been warming up to using the words “invasion” and “war” in reference to the escalation of tensions in Ukraine by Russian President Vladimir Putin. We analyze the current state of the situation, along with a video released by Russia containing something odd that eagle-eyed internet sleuths managed to spot… what does all this say about Russia, and its intentions going forward with the invasion of Ukraine?

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