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WATCH: Blinken SHAMEFULLY Performs Neil Young Classic In Kyiv Bar


As Ukraine burns and the people suffer because of the interventionist, globalist policies of Anthony Blinken, he is doing a song and dance—literally.

Sources have shared videos of a shameful musical performance from the Secretary of State at a bar in Kyiv.

Blinken joined a local Ukrainian band to do a rendition of Neil Young’s ‘Rockin In The Free World’—the irony here cannot possibly be overstated.

Suspended elections, over 500,000 dead, and a delusional puppet government are what the Ukrainian people now have to deal with. This will be the enduring legacy of Blinken’s State Department.

Watch the shameful performance below, and make sure to share this with your friends. These are the people standing between us and WWIII, and their lack of self-awareness is absolutely stunning:

“Not only did Tony Blinken show up at a bar somewhere in Kyiv to play a rendition of Neil Young’s ‘Rockin’ in the Free World,’ State Department planners brought along C-SPAN to film the thing.

The song is a pretty accurate distillation of Blinken’s halfwit interventionist ideology,” journalist Michael Tracey exclaimed.

The Hill provided this statement Blinken made to students at Kyiv’s Polytechnic Institute:

“We meet at a critical moment. The coming weeks and months will demand a great deal of Ukrainians, who have already sacrificed so much.

I’ve come to Ukraine with a message: You are not alone.”

Blinken recently told the media: “Elections in Ukraine will take place when all Ukrainians can vote, all of them. So as long as Russia holds territories, there will not be an election, even if there is a long-term ceasefire or peace.”

Jack Posobiec remarked: “Blinken is already blaming the lack of Kharkiv defenses on Republicans. He won’t mention the millions pocketed by Ukrainian oligarchs. He’s over there on a cleanup operation.”

The BBC broke down and detailed Blinken’s recent visit to Kyiv:

He described Ukraine’s recent mobilisation reforms as “a difficult decision but a necessary one”, lauding all those who have stepped up to serve their country.

Crediting their ability to deny Vladimir Putin “his goal of erasing Ukraine from the map”, Blinken said the US would continue to stave off that possibility, including by “bringing Ukraine closer to and then into Nato.”



 

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