G. McConway
October 11, 2022

Russia Launches Multiple Missile Strikes on Civilian Targets

Last week, Ukraine celebrated the destruction of a bridge near Crimea.

The bridge was built almost a decade ago when Russia annexed the Crimean peninsula.

On Monday, Putin got his revenge.

Take Them Out

Ukraine takes out strategic targets.

Putin seems more interested in murdering civilians.

He launched attacks against numerous cities throughout Ukraine on Monday, hitting tourist areas as well as some strategic targets.

Attacks were reported in Lviv, Ternopil, and Zhytomyr in western Ukraine, Dnipro and Kremenchuk in central Ukraine, Zaporizhzhia in the south, and Kharkiv in the east.

Putin made it clear why he launched one of this biggest missile strikes of the entire conflict.

He stated, "The Kyiv regime, with its actions, has put itself on the same level as international terrorist organizations.

"With the most odious groups. To leave such acts without a response is simply impossible."

There were at least 10 civilian casualties reported, and there will surely be more when the rubble is cleared.

Putin was also able to do significant damage to Ukraine's grid, leaving many areas of the country without power.

President Zelensky stated, "They are trying to destroy us and wipe us off the face of the earth."

After that volley of attacks, it is hard to imagine Zelensky not wanting to carry out his own long-range missile attacks, but he will need Joe to give them to him to make that happen.

Source: Washington Free Beacon

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