Colonel Douglas Macgregor warns ‘What we’ve done has backfired’ and “If you press this war with Russia in Central East Europe, it will reach us here in the United States”


Important Takeaways:

  • ‘What We’ve done Has backfired’: Douglas Macgregor Tells Tucker Why the Ukraine War must End Immediately
  • Carlson said in his starting monologue that the media is lying that Ukraine’s army is thriving in the war against Russia. He warned that U.S. troops will have to take over to defeat Russian President Vladimir Putin, but Macgregor warned the U.S. could lose in a potential “catastrophic war.”
  • Macgregor estimated that 40,000 Ukrainian men have been killed in the last month, with many having surrendered to the Russians because they are physically unable to fight due to injuries.
  • Macgregor, a former Army officer who served in the Vietnam War, warned of the possibility of using nuclear weaponry and “escalation” since opponents will feel obligated to use their nuclear weapons or risk losing them.
  • “This is a no-win situation because the Russians, though they were not prepared in February 2022 for this kind of war, they are now,” Macgregor said. “And they’re continuing to prepare, which includes continuous mobilization. They’re up to 750,000 troops in and around Ukraine. Most of them are on the outskirts, Bielorussia, Western Russia, down in southern Ukraine. That number is going to rise over the next year, I would expect to 1.2 million.”
  • “Our intransigents, our demonstrated hatred and hostility for Moscow and for Russia has convinced the Russian people, as well as the leadership in Moscow, that they are going to have to fight us and anyone who is aligned with us… That’s why it’s so important that we have to wake up, understand what we’ve done has backfired. What we need to do now is stop this and come to a settlement that we may not like. But it needs to happen and soon before this thing is out of control.”
  • “If you press this war with Russia in Central East Europe, it will reach us here in the United States,” he told Carlson.
  • …the U.S. forces are much weaker than the American public is led to believe.

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