It's not hard to understand. Pelosi did visit Ukraine last spring. She went to assure Ukraine of our support. She has now done the same for Taiwan.\n\nThen why did she do it without Biden saying it or approving it? Why the ambiguity? I'm no fan of China but I can see why they totally would get set off by that. They have publicly said over and over again this is they're one red line not to cross. So we deliberately rub they're noses in it.\n\nYou have a leader in your Congress visit while the Biden administration acts like they don't know much about it? China doesn't understand that one side of the US gov is free to go do something while another side has a different opinion about it. They don't think that way. It's why what she did was frankly a little reckless in my opinion.\n\nAnd what do we gain out of it? How are we going to offer Taiwan support? If this would set China off to act do you really think we are going to go fight China over Taiwan? And if you won't fight for them then what support are you really giving them? What were doing for Ukraine is a joke its simply not enough. Russia can outlast our sanctions since countries will keep buying they're oil and gas. And eventually despite Ukraines bravery they'll get ground into dust.\n\nI'm sorry I'm just not buying it. That may have been her intention but it just doesn't appear in my opinion very well timed or even well coordinated across the different branches of government right now. And our support of these countries appears to be doing more harm then good. It appears to be speeding up confrontations we are not ready for and leaving people in Ukraine and possibly Taiwan to suffer for it.