‘We got Russia’s back’ – Hungary joins Belarus backing Moscow against NATO (full show)
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is in Kyiv today – ahead of a planned phone call to Russian President Vladimir Putin Wednesday. Many say the last minute trip is a distraction from the drama at home – with BoJo looking to repair his image amid calls for him to step down.
Meanwhile, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban is pledging cooperation with Putin, joining Belarusian leader Lukashenko in backing the Kremlin against NATO’S push along the Russian western border. Former UK MP George Galloway and Senior Fellow at the Global Policy Institute in London George Szamuely join In Question to discuss.
Thousands of truckers and protesters against COVID-19 vaccine mandates have gathered in Ottawa and others are blocking a US-Canada border crossing. To add more fuel to the fire, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has called many protestors racist and says others are stealing food from the homeless. RT America’s Paxton Boyd reports.
Then, journalist and publisher of Rebel News in Canada Ezra Levant shares his perspective.