Joe Biden’s classic, comedic gaffes have become more serious since Russia invaded Ukraine. Now, Biden’s uncensored comments are no longer a laughing matter. In fact, they may begin to pose a threat to our national security.

Before the beginning of the Russia-Ukraine war, Biden stated that if Putin made a ‘minor incursion’ into Ukraine, NATO would not act. He also made it clear that he had “no intention of putting American forces or NATO forces” into the at-risk country. This gave some people, especially Ukrainian officials, the impression that the US President was giving Putin the “green light” to invade.

However, Jen Psaki rushed to correct what Biden had said shortly following his disastrous news conference. “President Biden has been clear with the Russian President: If any Russian military forces move across the Ukrainian border, that’s a renewed invasion, and it will be met with a swift, severe, and united response from the United States and our Allies,” Psaki said.

Of course, it was very obvious to everyone that this was not what Biden said just an hour earlier. Psaki not only failed at convincing the world of what Biden “said”, but she also created increased confusion regarding the message the White House was trying to send.

“President Biden also knows from long experience that the Russians have an extensive playbook of aggression short of military action, including cyberattacks and paramilitary tactics,” said Psaki. “And he affirmed today that those acts of Russian aggression will be met with a decisive, reciprocal, and united response.”

Well, he did not affirm anything of the sort that day. Additionally, no one was sure what she meant by a “reciprocal” response. As Slate put it:

“What does she mean by “reciprocal” response? That the U.S. and NATO will match cyberattacks with cyberattacks, paramilitary tactics with paramilitary tactics—and, by extension, an invasion with a counter-invasion? U.S. and NATO officials have said nothing of the sort. (They have made clear that they will not respond with U.S. or NATO troops.)”

Biden recently took a trip to Europe and made even more serious public statements that his administration attempted to “walk back” later on.
Joe Biden speaking in Warsaw, Poland
On Thursday, Biden made a shocking statement that any chemical weapons attack by Russia on Ukraine would be met by a “response in kind,” which very clearly means the US would retaliate with chemical weapons. This statement was certainly not open to any interpretation.
Afterward, National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan was forced to try and clean up Biden’s mistake, saying that Biden meant “we’ll respond accordingly” and that Russia would pay a “severe price”.
“We will collect the form and nature of our responded based on the nature of the action Russia takes,” clarified Sullivan. “And we’ll do so in coordination with our allies.”
“And I won’t go beyond that other than to say the United States has no intention of using chemical weapons, period, under any circumstances,” added Sullivan.
What Biden was supposed to say on behalf of our country and what he said were incredibly different things.
Joe Biden speaking in Poland
On Friday, while speaking to US troops in Poland, Biden seemingly suggested that the troops would soon be in Ukraine, which is something that US officials have explicitly ruled out. He kept telling the troops – rather incoherently – what they will be seeing when they’re in Ukraine.
“And you’re going to see when you’re there – and some of you have been there – you’re going to see women, young people standing… standing… in the middle – in front of a damn tank, just saying ‘I’m not leaving, I’m holding my ground.’ They’re incredible, but they take a lot of inspiration from us.”
This statement was again clarified by a White House spokesperson who said, “The President has been clear we are not sending US troops to Ukraine and there is no change in that position.”
Again, another member of the Biden administration trying to convince us that Biden has made something “clear” when, in fact, he has made it increasingly unclear.
Finally, on Saturday, Biden went off the rails in from of the Royal Castle in Warsaw, Poland, where he passionately proclaimed, “For God’s sake, this man cannot remain in power!”
Again, this prompted major damage control from the White House. “The President’s point was that Putin cannot be allowed to exercise power over his neighbors or the region,” said a White House official, insisting he didn’t mean precisely what he said. “He was not discussing Putin’s power in Russia, or regime change.”

On Monday, Biden was pressed on his statement about the Russian regime change. At a press conference, a reporter asked Biden about this loaded statement, saying, “Can you help us understand – you have more foreign policy experience than any president who’s ever held this office – whether those are your personal feelings or your feelings as president, do you understand why people would believe you, as someone commanding one of the largest nuclear arsenals in the world, saying ‘someone cannot remain in power’ as a statement of US policy?” The reporter also asked, “Are you concerned about propaganda use of those remarks by the Russians?”

“No and no,” replied Biden.

The reporter then pressed Biden as to why he didn’t feel concerned about any of these potential issues.

“Because it’s ridiculous,” Biden said. “Nobody believes we’re gonna takedown – I was talking about taking down Putin. Nobody believes that.”

When asked whether Biden is concerned that Putin might take what he said as an excuse for escalating this war, Biden said “I don’t care.” The president of our country doesn’t care if he accidentally escalates a war with Russia by mistakenly making inflammatory comments.

One of the horrifying parts of Biden’s denial is that Russian officials and state media have already grabbed ahold of this statement to use as a powerful tool to fuel their propaganda and increase support for Putin.

Dmitry Peskov, Putin’s spokesperson, came out in response to Biden’s statement, saying, “It’s not up to the president of the US and not up to the Americans to decide who will remain in power in Russia.”
And yet, Biden thinks it’s crazy to think that someone might take the words of the President of the United States seriously.
Frankly, it is completely inappropriate and dangerous for the security of the US for a president to assert his emotional opinions on such a serious matter without realizing that his words are actually paid attention to.

Fox News Anchor Tucker Carlson has come out and said what we are all thinking: it is time to remove Joe Biden from office.

“If there ever was, in US history, ever a time to invoke the 25th Amendment, it is now. As Joe Biden himself put it: For God’s sake, this man cannot remain in power.”

Tucker points out that this is not about Biden’s age. While mental deterioration is expected in one’s old age, it is absolutely unacceptable for someone in this state to lead the United States. Carlson said,

“When you’re President of the United States and the world hangs on your every word, when your words constitute American policy, when you can change American policy – particularly America’s foreign policy – simply by saying so, it is essential that you speak the words you intend to speak. That you not get carried away because you’re mad and say something you don’t mean that might threaten the long-term interests of this country.”


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