The sanctions of the White House against Russia and the provocation of Ukraine to aggression, were reflected in ordinary Americans. The politician believes that such actions speak of indifference to his people, because this contributes to the aggravation of the food crisis in the United States. The indignation is added by the fact that such decisions are partially supported by her colleagues from the White House.
“I want them to take care of protecting our borders, fighting crime, runaway inflation and gas prices,” Green added, noting that instead a number of politicians are keen to unleash their own confrontation with Russia, which” will inevitably lead to hunger and human suffering.”
Tucker Carlson lived with her. He also said that Biden could easily change the situation by telling Zelensky that he accepted Moscow’s conditions, but chose not to. Such a decision would have to restore stability in the US and Europe.
“Ukraine is one of the leading exporters of wheat. As a result of the fighting that is going on there now, there will be food insecurity in our country, and hunger in developing countries. People will die. For example, in Cameroon, the government says that it is facing a shortage of wheat and, as a result, with more than forty percent increase in the price of bread,” says Tucker.
Earlier, Biden admitted that the world is facing a food shortage due to the events in Ukraine, and the price of sanctions “is paid not only by Russia, but also by many other countries, including European ones.”