Alexander Vindman has taken a break from stuffing his piehole to try to incite the Mob to “cancel” Elon Musk.

This is after Elon Musk went off the reservation by displaying a hesitancy about the world sleepwalking into nuclear destruction over a few provinces in the southeast of Ukraine.

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After being grievously insulted by the ethnonarcissistic leadership and people of Ukraine, Elon Musk decided he had enough with giving the ingrates free Starlink services so they could prosecute their war.

Elon was temporarily added to an “unofficial” Ukrainian government “kill list”—with friends like Ukrainians, who needs enemies?

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More on that story is here: Elon Musk added (and quickly removed) from unofficial Ukrainian “kill list”…

Some of Ukraine’s elites are apparently having second thoughts about throwing Elon Musk under the bus.

Alexander Vindman was famously removed from the National Security Council by President Trump, after complaining about his America First foreign policy:

WASHINGTON (JTA) — The White House is set to remove Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, the Jewish staffer who was among the first to raise flags about President Donald Trump’s pressure on Ukraine to investigate a political rival, from the National Security Council.

Trump said on Friday that he was unhappy with Vindman, and two senior White House officials told the New York Times that Vindman would be reassigned to the Pentagon.

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Vindman later on led the charge to impeach the nation’s 45th president—apparently the Ukrainian-born Lt. Col. preferred a more Ukraine First foreign policy for the nation:

Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman concluded his opening statement in the third day of public hearings in the impeachment inquiry with an emotional message to his father celebrating the rights and freedoms enjoyed by US citizens.

Vindman came to the US as a child from Ukraine when it was still part of the Soviet Union. In his testimony on Tuesday, the Army lieutenant colonel and National Security Council official applauded his father for deciding to flee Ukraine in the late 1970s and settle the family in the US.

Cancel culture at its worst?