Zelenskyy’s Address To The US Congress Leaves Biden With Tough Decisions

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s recently delivered a message to the United States Congress.

If the United States and NATO do not create and implement a no-fly zone over Ukraine, Ukraine needs stronger air defense and aircraft, according to Zelenskyy. Ukraine requires “powerful, strong aviation to safeguard our people, our independence and our territory,” he stated, pushing for S-300 and other similar systems.

Not so gently, Zelenskyy implied that President Joe Biden is not leading the free world at a time when it most needs it. Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer have undoubtedly made President Joe Biden’s life more difficult by providing Zelenskyy the largest possible platform in front of Congress and the globe.

The Biden administration appears to be primarily concerned with de-escalating the conflict and discouraging Russia from using chemical or biological weapons in Ukraine.

General Nikolay Patrushev, Secretary of the Russian Security Council, spoke with National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan recently. Sullivan states that if Russia is serious about dialogue, it should cease bombarding Ukrainian cities and villages with missiles.

Zelensky’s powerhouse performance should make an impact on the Biden administration. However, the Biden administration is more concerned about the Iran Nuclear deal — a deal the administration is, oddly, working closely with Russia to complete.