After further analysis, the narrative of Ukraine destroying the Nordstream pipeline may actually be a story planted by the CIA to divert blame from the Biden regime coordinating the entire attack.If the CIA knew about the attack 3 months in advance, why didn’t they stop it?… https://t.co/0Xjzchyerg — DC_Draino (@DC_Draino) June 6, 2023
Teixeira, who was arrested for divulging classified information, said the Ukrainian plan was put on hold in June 2022 with no clear explanation for the reason. The report also said that in that same month, multiple European governments were briefed on the possible Ukrainian plot to blow up the line. The Post report said questions over Ukraine’s involvement have since been hushed in order to maintain a united European front as Ukraine fights off a Russian invasion. A March report in The New York Times suggested the Nord Stream attack could have been linked to Ukraine. [firefly_poll] At that point, officials publicly said they suspected a pro-Ukraine group could have been involved, or enemies of Russian leader Vladimir Putin, also suggesting the explosion could have been part of an operation the Ukrainian government would not officially acknowledge. At that time, German Defense Minister Boris Pistorius stopped well short of blaming Ukraine, according to the Associated Press. “We need to clearly differentiate whether it was a Ukrainian group that acted on the orders of Ukraine or … without the government’s knowledge,” he said then, noting that some experts were suggesting the sabotage could have been a false flag operation trying to pin the blame on Ukraine. As noted by the Post, at the time of the explosion, the Biden administration initially suggested Russia might be to blame, an accusation that has since faded away. The Defense Department has said the investigation into the sabotage is still underway. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
Interesting timing for this WaPo story pinning the blame for Nordstream on Ukraine, the day of another massive sabotage. https://t.co/jTpdUiYaqr— Arnaud Bertrand (@RnaudBertrand) June 6, 2023