‘US will want to get involved’ if Russia invades NATO nations around the world, top rated House Republican warns

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The best Republican on the Dwelling Intelligence Committee mentioned Russia’s siege on Ukraine is a risk to the U.S. and told WHD News that America would have to have to get concerned if nearby NATO associates ended up attacked.

“What we’re observing is that Russia, under [Russian President Vladimir] Putin’s leadership, has invaded a validly elected democracy, an impartial nation, violating worldwide regulation,” Rep. Mike Turner informed WHD News. “It is really a menace to Europe and a threat to our NATO allies and thus to the United States.”

Russia invaded Ukraine on Thursday after amassing troops on the nation’s border for months and reached the capital just after just one working day of battling.

Putin “has brazenly said that his target is to reunite the geographical territory of the Soviet Union, and we need to believe that him,” Turner explained. “I don’t assume U.S. troops really should be engaged straight, but we do engage in a part right here that is extremely critical.”

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President Biden campaigned on the guarantee of standing up to Russia, tweeting in 2020 that “Vladimir Putin does not want me to be President. He will not want me to be our nominee. If you might be pondering why – it’s for the reason that I’m the only man or woman in this industry who’s ever gone toe-to-toe with him.” 

Turner advised WHD News: “Vladimir Putin has quite brazenly threatened the West and the United States. He precisely integrated in his exercise routines primary up to invading Ukraine a nuclear weapons physical exercise, which of training course places the United States, our towns at risk.”  

“Each time you have a leader of a country violating intercontinental law and brazenly threatening the environment with weapons of mass destruction, we are getting into a incredibly challenging and quite dangerous time,” the Ohio Republican continued.

Thursday’s assault marks the next time Putin invaded Ukraine under Biden’s leadership. The Russian chief was sanctioned following he annexed Crimea in 2014 when Biden was vice president.

Ukrainian military drills with tanks on Feb. 7, 2022. 

Ukrainian navy drills with tanks on Feb. 7, 2022. 

“The Obama administration did not increase to that celebration right after Crimea was invaded and annexed into Russia,” Turner informed WHD News.

Putin “sees an option to be equipped to do this at the least price,” due to the fact the Biden administration confirmed “weak point” in the course of the Afghanistan withdrawal and “mixed messages with respect to Ukraine by itself,” Turner reported, noting that the Russian leader likely also mirrored on the Obama administration’s response to the prior invasion.

Russian President Vladimir Putin holds a video conference to address participants in a congress of the United Russia party marking the 20th anniversary of the party founding, in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, Dec. 4, 2021. (Mikhail Metzel, Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo via WHD)

Russian President Vladimir Putin retains a online video conference to deal with contributors in a congress of the United Russia social gathering marking the 20th anniversary of the party founding, in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, Dec. 4, 2021. (Mikhail Metzel, Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Picture through WHD)
((Mikhail Metzel, Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Picture through WHD)


Practically 140 Ukrainian soldiers and civilians experienced died as of early Friday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy mentioned in a movie address.

The U.S. imposed new sanctions on Russia in reaction to the invasion. Turner agreed with the go. 

“Threatening the United States, threatening NATO, threatening our Western allies are only created superior if he can continue on to establish and fortify his military,” Turner instructed WHD News. “Sanctions can have an impression on that.”

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Russia launches intercontinental ballistic missile as part of nuclear drills on Feb. 19, 2022. 

Russia launches intercontinental ballistic missile as portion of nuclear drills on Feb. 19, 2022. 

Sanctions on engineering will hinder Russia from obtaining additional military services provides and will hinder their cyberattacks, the Ohio Republican stated.

Putin “requires know-how from the West to do that, and we have to have to make selected that he doesn’t get it,” Turner advised WHD News. 

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