These are the startling findings of a recent poll conducted by Rasmussen Reports, a public opinion polling firm, regarding the ongoing Russian onslaught of its bordering nation.
Owen Shroyer tackled the poll results, which also showed nearly half (49 percent) of the respondents won't mind the U.S. military taking side if Russia steps out of bounds, in a recent episode of "War Room."
The poll question was: "If a wider war breaks out in Europe, should the U.S. military be involved?"
A big 66 percent of those earning over $200,000 annually approved the idea of sending military troops while only 37 percent of those making under $30,000 agreed with active involvement.
Among those making $30,000 to $50,000 a year, 48 percent are receptive to military participation. It climbed to 51 percent for those in the $50,000-$100,000 range and 52 percent in the $100,000-$200,000 bracket.
An earlier poll revealed that 80 percent of American voters think the Russian intrusion into Ukraine could lead to a wider European war. Furthermore, 34 percent believe the war is very likely to spread and just 13 percent see the confrontation would be confined to Ukraine.
These new findings corroborated the results of earlier research that showed 74 percent of American adults feel the Russia-Ukraine conflict will affect the U.S. economy with the poor bearing the brunt of the impact. (Related: Dollar collapse could be the most significant result of the Russia-Ukraine war as gold rises, analysis warns.)
According to Shroyer, this has always been the case in wars, the rich being the least affected because "they'll just run to their armored house; they'll just run to their bunkers; they'll let the world blow up; and they'll just figure it out."
The rich can afford the higher costs of goods and services to be triggered by the spike in crude oil prices owing to the reduced global supply. The poor, on the other hand, will be sent to battle, risk their lives on the front lines, especially if the war escalates. If the North Atlantic Treaty Organization or the European Union gets involved, the U.S. will be compelled to join the fight.
That's the commitment President Joe Biden reaffirmed in his State of the Union address on March 1. And if that happens, there's no telling where the war could lead to.
However, Shroyer contended that even if World War III breaks out it won't really matter to the globalists, "because eugenics and population control is their number one agenda anyway."
But is President Vladimir Putin of Russia really the instigator in such a scenario.
Shroyer said when he reviewed Putin's past speeches he found this: "Russia has tried to come to the table with NATO. Russia has tried to come to the table with the UN [United Nations]," but was largely ignored. He also noted the claims of Russia that the Pentagon has funded biological labs near the Ukraine border, which was denied by the U.S. government only for their existence to be verified later.
The mainstream media, which Shroyer labeled as the Western media, continued to ignore its significance.
Shroyer recalled that it was mainstream news when Israel was making bio-specific weapons in the 1990s. Just like last year, when China was accused of making such weapons.
But when it was Putin's turn to complain, members of the media don't give a darn.
Watch the full episode of "War Room" below.
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