Another Leak: US Shared Intelligence with Ukraine that Led to Targeted Killing of Senior Russian Generals

The Russian Moskva before it was sunk in April.

The Biden regime is going to get us all killed.

As reported on Friday, US intelligence, under the direction of Joe Biden’s handlers, helped Ukraine sink the Russian flagship, the Moskva, in the Black Sea.

Then Biden insiders leaked the news to The New York Times and NBC News who gladly reported the news.

NBC News reported on the US intelligence behind the sinking of the Moskva.

But that’s not all.
The New York Times also reported that the US shared intelligence with Ukraine that led to the targeted killing of senior Russian military leaders.

Axios reported:

The Pentagon denied Thursday that the U.S. has shared intelligence with Ukraine with the intent of targeting and killing senior Russian military leaders, stressing that the goal of U.S. intelligence is simply to allow Ukrainian forces to defend themselves against Russia’s invasion.

Why it matters: The New York Times published a report Wednesday suggesting that U.S. intelligence-sharing has played a key role in the death of “many” of the Russian generals who have been killed in action during the war.

  • Ukrainian officials claim their forces have killed at least 12 Russian generals — a an attrition rate that has exceeded the pace of senior commanders killed during Russian or Soviet campaigns in Syria, Chechnya and Afghanistan.
  • The U.S. sharing specific, real-time targeting intelligence with Ukraine would be seen as highly provocative in Moscow and have “few precedents,” according to the Times.
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