Liveblog - The Russia-Ukraine Conflict and In Case You Missed It: March 01, 2022

This week, we will combine both blogs, In Case You Missed It and the Russia-Ukraine Conflict. Please feel free to share any headlines we may have missed or new developments occurring in Ukraine or Russia providing they come from reliable and credible sources. We won’t accept any parroted, Russian propaganda from far-right ‘news’ sources unless you’re trying to point out that the far-right extremist in our country and elsewhere actually believe their own BS or Russian disinformation. We also ask that you provide a link to your source so folks can read it if they want.

Keep in mind, this is not a free chat. Please keep friendly banter to a minimum, thank you.

Latest Updates:

UN: 677,000 Ukrainian refugees have fled since Russian invasion began

Russia says Meta, Google should be held accountable for ‘inciting war’ -Ifax

Russia’s Foreign Ministry on Tuesday said a system should be created to hold western tech giants, including Meta Platforms Inc (FB.O) and Alphabet’s (GOOGL.O) Google, responsible for what it called “inciting war”, the Interfax news agency reported.

State communications Roskomnadzor also demanded that foreign internet services stop discriminating against Russian media in Europe.

U.S. officials fear Putin’s government may arrest Americans in Russia

National security officials have discussed concerns that Americans doing business in Russia — such as employees of U.S. companies — will be targeted if they comply with sanctions. 

President Biden/Biden Administration:


The Vindmans:

Devastation, Destruction, and Ruin:

At Babyn Yar, hit by Russian missile, Nazis slaughtered more than 30,000 Ukrainian Jews

Putin claimed that genocide was taking place in Ukraine. The real genocide occurred in 1941.

Putin’s Puppets:

What Others are Saying:

The American Taliban/White ISIS/MAGAts/Gunz!:

These Three Republicans Voted Against Making Lynching a Hate Crime

The bill passed in a Monday night vote by 422 votes to 3. The only three lawmakers to vote “no” on the Emmett Till Antilynching Act were Republican Reps. Andrew S. Clyde (GA), Thomas Massie (KY) and Chip Roy (TX).

Walker won’t go to Marjorie Taylor Greene event after she spoke at pro-Putin rally

U.S. Senate candidate Herschel Walker pulled out of a weekend event organized by U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene after she spoke at a white nationalist rally where attendees cheered Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and chanted Vladimir Putin’s name.

Jim Jordan Says Investigating Fauci a Priority if GOP Triumphs in Midterms

January 6 Updates:

Biden to deny executive privilege for Flynn and Navarro

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