Glenn Greenwald


Glenn Greenwald on Russia-Ukraine: What about border dispute justifies US risking annihilation of the planet?

Independent journalist Glenn Greenwald warned Wednesday that the United States is experiencing the most ‘dangerous foreign policy moment’ in decades. Greenwald joined Fox Nation’s ‘Tucker Carlson Today’ to stress the importance of the Biden administration’s next moves as they pertain to the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war, explaining that a nuclear threat is ‘grave.’ He went on to say that the U.S. has ‘drowned’ Ukraine in weapons and military aid, vocalizing his concern that such involvement could jeopardize not just our country, but the whole world.

Russia-Ukraine war: Glenn Greenwald asks what the US is doing there

Journalist Glenn Greenwald asked what exactly the United States is doing about the Russia-Ukraine war Tuesday on "The Ingraham Angle." GLENN GREENWALD: [W]hen we talk about neocons, we're not just talking about people who wanted to go to war in Afghanistan or wanted to go to war in Iraq. Large majorities of Americans wanted that in the wake of 9/11, which is a very traumatic attack on our country. But … many people came to realize pretty quickly, "Wait a minute. This war seems to have no real purpose. It doesn't actually have an end. It's not actually improving the lives of the American people." Neocons never came to that realization. They loved those wars. They think we should have had more Afghanistans and Iraq[s]. And so they were discredited by the end of the Bush administration into the Obama administration. … And they're not just back, but they're leading the way, and you see the result.