Randi Weingarten says the quiet part out loud as Biden leaves a Marine vet rotting in Russian jail after trading arms dealer for Brittany Griner
· · Dec 8, 2022 · NottheBee.com

It was announced Thursday morning that Joe Biden had approved a trade with Russia where they get the vicious, evil arms dealer known as "The Merchant of Death" so we get a whiny, entitled, basketball player who brought drugs illegally into Russia.

All along, the stories said that we were going to get Griner back in this trade, but we would also get Marine Paul Whelan, who has been in Russian prison since 2018.

But, guess what? Yeah, Biden brought back Griner and left Whelan behind.

From AP:

Biden says US has 'not forgotten about Paul Whelan,' will 'never give up' trying to secure his release from Russia.

What a sick joke.

When this trade was originally proposed, the US was supposed to get Griner and Whelan for Viktor Bout. Then Biden STILL went through with the deal WITHOUT Whelan who has been held for YEARS!

Why was this deal made?

Well, inadvertently, President of the American Teacher's Federation Randi Weingarten (the woman responsible for all the school lockdowns) said the quiet part out loud so we could get a clue:

Sure, Whelan is important. But Griner is a gay and black female. So it was REALLY important we bring her back.

Whelan just needs to hold on for a few more years, he is a white male after all.

This is THE perfect leftist tweet.

She clearly shows the ONLY things that matter are identity points. Griner is female, black, and gay so she gets to the front of the prisoner exchange line.

And she's a "celebrity."

Well, in the WNBA.

When we talk about the poison intersectionality and neo-Marxism, this is what we're talking about. Our priorities are so screwed up.

Sorry, Paul Whelan. Just endure a few more years in a Russian prison camp. Maybe the next president will care.


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