During the March 10 episode of her Brighteon.TV program "Right Now," she highlighted this poll that was reported by Big League Politics. Citing the Economist, the website said that back in April 2022, 82 percent of Democrats and 67 percent of Republicans believed it was a good idea for Washington to support Kyiv with financial aid.
The recent results of the survey, however, showed a significant drop for both parties. Now, 75 percent of Democrats back the idea while only 39 percent of GOP-leaning respondents are in favor – a 28-point drop for the latter. The Economist described the results as a "worrying trend." (Related: No more! European countries call for end to Ukraine funding.)
"The fact that Ukraine is still fighting is mostly thanks to America. No other country has provided more help to combat Russia's advance. It is responsible for more than half of all recorded military and financial aid," the Economist stated.
It even quoted remarks by President Joe Biden, who promised to stand with Ukraine for "as long as it takes." However, it also pointed out that "whether Biden can continue to send so much depends in part on how well such funding is viewed at home."
"You may be right," Vandersteel remarked, addressing Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. ""You may be caught in your own crossfire of the disinformation campaign that everybody's waging right now. The governments are doing it all over the place to keep the world destabilized. They don't want us to know who the real enemy is."
The program host and co-chair of the Zelenko Freedom Foundation also featured the most recent update in the Russia-Ukraine war.
According to defense officials, Russia's launched its latest offensive by firing hypersonic missiles as part of a wave of long-range airstrikes that targeted critical Ukrainian infrastructure. It killed at least 11 civilians.
Kyiv said that the Kremlin reportedly launched 81 cruise missiles and Iranian-supplied drones, along with six Kinzhal hypersonic missiles that are capable of eluding Kyiv's air defense net. British officials also said in their latest intelligence assessment that Moscow also fired air defense missiles that had been configured to a surface-to-surface mode. (Related: Biden promises to provide Ukraine with advanced air defense systems as Russia threatens more "severe" attacks.)
Vandersteel said officials are going to be in more of a pickle because they're running out of ammunition this summer. She also slammed Zelensky for trying to censor the allegations that his men were involved in the Nord Stream pipeline explosion.
"At a press conference, he said he believes such reports might be circulated to provoke a slowdown in aid to Ukraine at a press conference," Vandersteel said.
Since Moscow is being denied access to any information regarding the pipeline bombing investigation, it is now working with Germany, Denmark and Sweden to expose this censorship.
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