As we traverse the uncertain waters of the current geopolitical and domestic political landscapes, two concurrent sagas are nearing their respective denouements: the protracted war in Ukraine and the polarizing tenure of President Joe Biden.
Tucker Carlson and Glenn Greenwald discuss these two interwoven issues at length, noting first the West's palpable war-fatigue, manifesting in a reluctance to further "fund this war," while on the ground in Ukraine, human resources are dwindling.
The American involvement, initially presented as an unyielding support for democracy, is facing critical examination.
Sadly, Greenwald points out that "the only thing that is going to happen is that this war will be prolonged, "
Early opportunities for diplomatic solutions were brushed aside:
This has led to speculation that the true motivations for the U.S. stance might be rooted not in the high-minded ideals of liberty and self-determination but rather in a geopolitical tug-of-war with Russia.
Indeed, uncomfortable questions about the West's commitment to the Ukrainian people are growing louder now that Israel has distracted Biden, suggesting they were, as Greenwald puts it,
Parallel to the Ukrainian conflict is the political theater in the US, where Biden's presidency is seemingly caught in the riptide of public opinion (within and without his own party over Israel support) amid a contentious political environment fraught with double standards and shifting narratives.
Primarily, the specter of former President Trump looms large over the Democratic Party and their MSM lackeys, amid all their efforts to discredit or sideline him:
Greenwald continues that the "horrified tones" from leftists are about two things.
Biden's support from Latino, black, and Asian voters dropped from 63% to 47% in July, according to the poll. The drop in support could be a concern to Biden as 70% of his support in the 2020 election was from non-white voters, according to The New York Times.
As these scenarios unfold, it becomes increasingly clear that the outcomes of the war in Ukraine and the current U.S. administration will leave indelible marks on the global stage and domestic political scene:
Watch the full discussion below:
(00:17) Glenn Greenwald joins (05:41) Will the Ukraine War Hawks ever apologize? (07:25) Using foreign wars to punish Americans (10:00) Free speech hypocrisy (18:18) Biden's awful poll numbers (21:31) Liberal media turn on Biden (25:09) 2024 predictions
Ep. 37 The two defining tragedies of our time -- the war in Ukraine and the presidency of Joe Biden -- are both finally coming to an end. TIMESTAMPS: (00:17) Glenn Greenwald joins (05:41) Will the Ukraine War Hawks ever apologize? (07:25) Using foreign wars to punish Americans… pic.twitter.com/vTVXqNNPhT
-- Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) November 7, 2023