You Will Never Guess What America Is Still Importing MASSIVE Quantities Of From Russia

Right now, America’s elites, particularly globalist hawks like Hillary Clinton and George Soros, are rattling the saber.

Rightly reacting with indignation to Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, they’re going a few steps too far and demanding that the US get involved in protecting the Ukraine, whether in the form of a “no-fly zone” over the nation (a disastrously bad idea that would potentially involve shooting down Russian planes), sending troops to fight (a similarly bad idea that would entail fighting a nuclear-armed power), or using massive cyber attacks to cripple the Russians.

But, behind the rhetoric of the anti-Russian loons that would risk nuclear war over a nation within Russia’s sphere of influence, what is the US actually doing? It’s funding the Russians by importing more Russian oil than at any point in the last decade. As Just the News reports:

Last year, Russia​n oil exports to the U.S.​ reached the highest level in a decade, peaking at over 26 million barrels in May, as Russia surpassed Mexico as the second-highest oil exporter to the U.S.

The U.S. has increased its imports of crude oil and petroleum products from Russia since 2018, EIA data shows.

CNS News, adding more details to that and putting the data from the EIA into context, reports that:

In 2021, which was President Joe Biden’s first year in office, the United States imported a record volume of crude oil and petroleum products from Russia, according to the preliminary numbers for 2021 published Monday by the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

During 2021, the United States imported a monthly average of 670,000 barrels per day of crude oil and petroleum products, according to the EIA’s preliminary numbers.

Prior to 2021, according to historical numbers published in the EIA’s Monthly Energy Review, the largest volume of crude oil and petroleum products imported into the United States from Russia came in 2011. That year, the United States imported an average of 624,000 barrels per day of crude oil and petroleum products from Russia. Read more