If there is one thing Biden can be counted on for, it is clearly destabilizing theatrics.
“We have not faced the prospect of Armageddon since Kennedy and the Cuban Missile Crisis,” Biden boomed.
“Armageddon,” huh? Way to calm international waters.
And while the White House attempts to play off the nonsense as “gaffes,” which are fine with an eccentric friend, not so much with an alleged world leader, other world leaders have remarked upon the rather irresponsible nature of Biden’s rhetoric.
Such as French leader Emmanuel Macron.
“I have always refused to engage in political fiction, and especially … when speaking of nuclear weapons. On this issue, we must be very careful,” Macron urged.
Obviously, the White House missed that memo.
As reported by the Wall Street Journal, varied officials continue to float nuclear rumors, or, to coin one of the globalist’s favorite terms, so-called “weapons of mass destruction.”
“President Biden’s top national-security adviser has engaged in recent months in confidential conversations with top aides to Russian President Vladimir Putin in an effort to reduce the risk of a broader conflict over Ukraine and warn Moscow against using nuclear or other weapons of mass destruction, U.S. and allied officials said,” the publication remarked.
Way to keep the nuclear rumors going, White House. As if the world needs any more instability.
Then, rather humorously, the Biden administration apparently realized that sanctions have backfired far more on its allies than Russia, which is likely why additional rumors have been floated of the White House suddenly attempting to play peacekeeper.
As reported by the Daily Mail, the White House apparently realized that endlessly sending billions of taxpayer dollars unaccounted for, while simultaneously failing to protect America’s borders, is likely not a great selling point for most people who actually pay taxes.
More than $18.2B in aid sent to Ukraine since the start of the invasion, and the methods of accounting for the expenditures, if any, have certainly not been disclosed to the public.
No wonder many officials have no qualms about using such incendiary language.
“US officials have said that the request by the Biden administration is not to push Ukraine to the negotiating table, but ensure Kyiv maintains the support of its international backers. People familiar with the discussions are wary that Zelensky’s ban on talks with the Russian President has created concern in parts of Europe, Africa, and Latin America, where the war’s effects are being felt the most,” the outlet detailed.
In addition, the media also referenced an unnamed U.S. official, who point blank remarked, “Ukraine fatigue is a real thing for some of our partners.”
Lack of transparency has also been a recurrent issue for most Americans not exactly sold on Biden’s presidency.
Not that the lack of transparency stops the government from pushing a perpetually violent, inflammatory narrative.
A State Department spokesperson made a rather bold proclamation.
“We’ve said it before and will say it again: Actions speak louder than words. If Russia is ready for negotiation, it should stop its bombs and missiles and withdraw its forces from Ukraine. The Kremlin continues to escalate this war. The Kremlin has demonstrated its unwillingness to seriously engage in negotiations since even before it launched its full-scale invasion of Ukraine,” the spokesperson declared.
As heinous, abominable, and utterly indescribable as Putin’s actions are, one does wonder why it appears to be taking Biden so long to do anything of substance to end the war, especially since he keeps pouring billions into it.
Not to mention using highly incendiary rhetoric, right down to Armageddon.
Author: Jane Jones
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