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JD Vance suddenly gives AF about Ukraine after saying he doesn’t care if Putin attacks trans people

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One week after saying he doesn’t give AF about what happens in Ukraine, Republican Senate candidate JD Vance of Ohio suddenly cares very deeply for the Eastern European country that is currently being invaded by Russian forces.Last week, the “Hillbilly Elegy” author went on Steve Bannon’s podcast to say, “I gotta be honest with you, I don’t really care what happens to Ukraine one way or another.”He added that he didn’t enlist in the Marines “to go and fight Vladmir Putin because he didn’t believe in transgender rights,” implying that’s the reason why the United States didn’t want Russia to invade Ukraine.OH Senate candidate JD Vance: “I think it’s ridiculous that we are focused on this border in Ukraine.

I got to be honest with you, I don’t really care what happens to Ukraine one way or the other.”— Ron Filipkowski (@RonFilipkowski) February 19, 2022Vance followed that up with a statement saying, “spare me the performative affection for the Ukraine” and calling it “a corrupt nation run by oligarchs, that is as close to a functional democracy in 2022 as Afghanistan was when Joe Biden handed it over to the Taliban in 2021.”Now, one week and one Russian invasion later, Vance is changing his tune.

Yesterday, he issued a statement calling the invasion “unquestionably a tragedy”, blasting Joe Biden and “media elites”, and praising Donald Trump for his excellent diplomacy.“Trump deserves an incredible amount of credit for the strength and diplomatic engagement that kept Putin in check—and Biden an equal amount of blame for his lack of leadership,” he said.Our leaders should be honest with the American people and admit what they really want: military intervention from American or NATO troops.

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