Enemy of the People: Fake News Media Beg For War During White House Press Briefing
Francesco Abbruzzino, The Uncensored Report, LLC
A video compiled by The Intercept shows numerous mainstream media reporters asking the Biden administration to adopt a hardline stance against Russia and impose a no-fly zone over Ukraine – a move that many analysts and even Biden himself have predicted could form the basis for World War 3.
Psaki acknowledged Wednesday to reporters, who were still clamoring for a no-fly zone, that the White House was “interested in getting into World War III.”
Psaki is asked if there is any scenario in which Biden would change his mind about a no-fly zone over Ukraine:
"We are not interested in getting into World War III." pic.twitter.com/ep03kkvvLc
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) March 16, 2022
The compilation published Tuesday comes as Ukrainian President Zelensky appeared before the US Congress via livestream to request Biden support a no-fly zone over Ukraine, or provide air support and defense systems.
Biden in response pledged $800 million to Ukraine to boost support systems, in addition to $200 million in military aid sent on Sunday.
Biden himself acknowledged declaring a no-fly zone could lead to war with Russia in a recent speech to Democrats last week.
Pres. Biden on sending offensive equipment to Ukraine:
"Just understand, don't kid yourself. No matter what you all say. That's called World War III. OK? Let's get it straight here guys—that old expression, don't kid a kidder."pic.twitter.com/0WkoJEk4vI
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) March 11, 2022
As noted by numerous analysts, including Human Events editor Jack Posobiec, a no-fly zone could lead to Russian casualties, which in turn could provoke Russia to respond militarily and possibly with nuclear force.
A No Fly Zone would lead to WW3, and it would not stop the Russian forces on the ground. No one ever explains this. It's magic thinking that polls well.
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) March 16, 2022
Does the MSM begging for war serve the interests of the people, or the military industrial complex?