Russia Could Use Now-Deleted Kamala Harris Tweet Against U.S., Mentions Supporting Ukraine, Defense Of NATO Countries

Mistakes continue to show that Kamala Harris, Democrats have no idea what they’re doing, saying

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A social media account for Vice President Kamala Harris stated Tuesday in a now-deleted tweet that the United States is supporting Ukraine “in defense of the NATO alliance,” which the Ukraine is not a part of.

“When I was in Poland, I met with U.S. and Polish service members, thanking them for standing with our NATO allies for freedom, peace, and security,” a tweet from the @KamalaHarris account stated. “The United States stands firmly with the Ukrainian people in defense of the NATO alliance.”

The remarks made in the tweet, which featured a photo of Harris greeting American and Polish service members, come on the heels of similar statements she made while addressing House Democrats over the weekend at the Democratic National Committee’s (DNC) winter meeting in D.C.

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization plays no formal role in Russia’s war with Ukraine, but Harris’ messaging could be sending signals to Russian officials who have long been uneasy about Ukraine joining the alliance.

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