Russia’s Most Deadly Weapons Have Arrived

According to four federal officials who spoke to Politico, the US has been discreetly fulfilling Ukraine’s request for protective gear against a potential Russian chemical weapons assault.

Bio Warfare!

The United States and its western allies are concerned that Russian President Vladimir Putin would order the deployment of chemical warfare to shatter Ukraine’s stronghold.

In retaliation, the Kremlin has hurled unfounded charges about biological weapons and chemical assaults against the US and Ukraine, prompting US authorities to believe Russia is planning a false flag attack.

Likewise, the US is scrambling to give gas masks, biohazard suits, and other supplies to Ukrainian citizens; though Kyiv may elect to transfer this safety clothing to its troops.

However, it is unknown how many have been given or how much the US agreed to bring in total.

“The United States is giving the military life-saving supplies and equipment that might be used if Russia uses chemical or biological weapons to attack Ukrainians,” a national security advisor official told Politico in a prepared declaration.

“We are not jeopardizing our domestic preparation by accepting this support.” Personal protective equipment is a classic intergovernmental tangle when it comes to getting it to Ukraine.

The equipment should be provided by the Department of Health and Human Services, with two officials claiming that some of it come from the Strategic National Stockpile.

PPE is Already Deployed

The United States Agency for International Cooperation administrator, Samantha Power, visited Poland in February, then transported the aid into Ukraine via established supply channels and paid back HHS for the gear.

Because USAID is engaged, the personal protective equipment (PPE) must be for civilian, not armed, usage. The items will be delivered to Ukraine’s Ministry of Health, which requested aid from the United States and its allies.

It is up to the ministry to decide whether or not to deliver the PPE to Ukraine’s troops. According to one person, the Pentagon is also willing to help, but its process is uncertain.

The American endeavor is complemented by equivalent support from allies.

Secretary Jens Stoltenberg said he expects countries to deliver “equipment to help Ukraine fight against chemicals, medical, radioactive, and nuclear threats” one day before the emergency NATO meeting on March 24.

Joe Biden, on the other hand, declined to say whether the US received information on Russia’s plans to deploy chemical agents the following morning.

He did add that if Putin commanded his army to deploy, America will react. “If he uses it, he’ll reply. The reaction would be determined by the nature of the use,” Biden stated.

“It would elicit a retaliatory strike,” he warned, implying the US might respond with chemical warfare of its own. The government has since clarified that he did not mean that.